Helix Captures Eduventures’ Attention at the ASU GSV Summit as a Company to Watch

For seven years in a row, the ASU GSV Summit has hosted a sold out crowd, proving its relevancy to the edtech community. In fact, the event is touted by the New York Times as “The Must-Attend Event for Education Technology Investors.” Our team had the privilege of returning again this year as part of the esteemed line-up.

Eduventures was on-site and managed to fight through the noise of the more than 300 presenting companies to highlight six that caught its analysts’ attention. I’m thrilled to share that Helix Education is named among the companies it says to watch.

In today’s Wake Up Call, Forging Partnerships in the Sun: 6 Companies to Watch, Eduventures notes a recurring theme from the Summit that is the cornerstone of all we do: Deploying data analytics to improve the student experience.

Given our expertise on the topic, our own John Dobbertin had the opportunity to talk with Eduventures about how we use enrollment growth technology to leverage data from across the student lifecycle. As noted in the article, our data intelligence detects trends such as enrollment and retention patterns, enabling our ability to drive smarter decisions for our partners. For a full recap of their conversation, I encourage you to read the Eduventures article.

The Summit gathered together some of the most forward-thinking educators, innovators and investors who are moving the education industry forward. We are excited to be a part of the movement by powering data-driven enrollment growth for our partners.

Matthew Schnittman

Matthew is President and CEO of Helix Education. With an extensive background in education technology, Matthew has led some of the most forward-thinking institutional leaders to develop and implement game changing solutions, including large online learning programs and student data management systems. He is a graduate of the University of Arizona, and holds an MBA from The Kellogg School at Northwestern University.