EduVentures: Providing Intelligence to Higher Education
[dropcap]M[/dropcap]ax Woolf, Senior Analyst at Eduventures, discusses current investment trends in higher education. Woolf talks about student services as a key area of focus within the investment community. Woolf sees the employer role dictating the direction of higher education as a trend to watch.
Woolf, along with nearly 900 participants, including some 250 global education companies, was in New York for the BMO Capital Markets 15th Annual Back to School Education Conference. Dr. Berger, in collaboration with MindRocket Media Group and edCircuit captured views from business leaders to investors taking a look behind the scenes of investment in education and technology
Max Woolf, Senior Analyst Max is responsible for delivering qualitative and quantitative research analyses for clients to drive online strategy, innovative organizational solutions, and education technology decisions for higher education and industry clients. Max brings six years of experience spanning across both K-12 and higher education in operational management and strategic analyst roles supporting education technology and publishing companies develop business models, go-to market strategies, and financial models in order to navigate the competitive landscape for K-12 and higher education. Prior to working at Eduventures, Max was the Senior Analyst/Education Technology Partner at Good Harbor Partners, a boutique education and publishing M&A advisory and consulting firm. He also previously served as the General Manager of the Daily Jolt, a network of 200 college community and news websites across the country. He graduated magna cum laude from Amherst College with a B.A. in Economics and Political Science.