Innospark Case Study 2

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Introduction
Founded in 2012, by the Lithuanian entrepreneur Vita Markevičiūtė, Innospark is a venture that possesses a goal of generating and developing concepts in education and healthcare that positively contributes to the long-term wellbeing of consumers. Innospark later launched Edu2, a brand focused on developing, manufacturing, and selling creative educational tools and toys for young children. The vision is to evoke creativity in young children that would shape the foundation for future innovations centered on Edu2’s four established core values: creativity, aspirations, empowerment, and evolution. Consisting of effective strategic implementation of direct sales and distributorship agreements with educational institutions, Edu2’s base
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This is important because Innospark’s main product, the Edu2 Light Table, was developed upon the Reggio Emilia principles. Thus, the company’s product line would find a more favorable market where the program is highly utilized by educational institutions. Furthermore, parents, as one of three pillars, are encouraged to participate in school activities and foster a learning environment in a similar fashion to that of a teacher as a part of an open-to-parents approach. In retrospect, as parents choose to send their children to schools that have adopted the Reggio Emilia program, they will integrate its principles into their own childrearing and home life and the opportunity to expand the business to the private family market will strongly …show more content…
Since 1993 Swedish Reggio Emilia Institutet first country outside Italy. Coordinator of Swedish and Nordic RE activities.
480 days paid maternity leave
Free education from 6-16. Fee for preschool based on income, max 140€ month, that accounts only for 1-3% of average income.
Reggio Emilia Associated.
Publicly funded education. No tuition fees at any level of education. School materials, meals, and transportation are free. No strong presence of RE institutions. Poland’s improvement in education from 2006-13 was higher than any other country.
Government-funded therefore free of charge, available to all children, and compulsory until the age of 15. Day-care services adopt an approach to appreciate the students as human beings - which fits in with the proposed RE system
GDP per capita
(GDP of 2014 Growth rate for 2017)
45 297 US$
GDP Growth 2017:

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