It should be no surprise that Ed Tech organizations are optimizing for diversity, both for improved performance and to reflect their end-user base. A 2018 BCG study by Rocio Lorenzo and Martin Reeves indicated that “companies with above-average total diversity…migration, industry, career path, … [Read more...] about International Ed Tech: “Build It and They Will Come” and other intuitive tips
The Renaissance Network kicked off Q2 at ASU GSV Summit 2019 in San Diego. The summit once again hosted a wide range of innovations and inspirational guest speakers that push the educational possibilities inside and outside the classroom. Following the event, I sat down with our CEO Lisa … [Read more...] about ASU GSV Summit 2019 Review
2019 is well underway, quarterly reviews are fast approaching, and early performance will be assessed against tracking towards end of year goals. As a business development leader, what should you be evaluating and is the team staying on track? How should primary challenges be addressed within the … [Read more...] about Evaluating your Q1 for a successful year!
The Renaissance Network (TRN) proudly welcomes Colin Gillespie to our team as Chief Operating Officer. In partnership with CEO Lisa Sacchetti, he is tasked with setting and driving organization vision and long-term strategy to support the mission of building world-class teams for innovative … [Read more...] about Colin Homer Gillespie, COO joins The Renaissance Network
The US Ed Tech market is the largest in the world, making it attractive for non-US firms to enter. Conversely, most sources estimate that the growth rates for Ed Tech markets in Asia are double the industry growth rate in the US. Many firms are answering these market opportunities through global … [Read more...] about Global Ed Tech: What should high growth companies consider when building an international team?
Data Handling Analytics moved to the center of the recruiting process in 2018. This increased reliance on data means that data protection is quickly becoming a top priority in talent acquisition. In 2018, companies started to transition as the EU implemented a new data protection act called the … [Read more...] about 5 Top Hiring Trends for 2019
Last year we discussed how the high demand for talent was increasing the pressure on hiring managers. As we enter into 2019 we see this trend continuing: there is still pressure to attract and close the best talent and candidates are again being presented multiple offers, making the market much more … [Read more...] about 2018 Year End Review
When news broke in January that investment in Ed Tech had reached $9.53 billion in 2017, the likes of Forbes started to see more predictions on Ed Tech’s future and potential growth, drawing attention from major investors to the developments within the industry. Despite potential challenges, many … [Read more...] about Ed Tech market growth means greater pressure on commercial talent pipelines
Interview scheduling can be one of the most challenging parts of the candidate engagement process for many hiring managers. The interview process includes an endless number of factors that can make the process frustrating. It can be challenging to manage both hiring managers’ and candidates’ … [Read more...] about Top 4 Ways to Ensure You Have a Smooth Interview Process
Are you giving constructive feedback to your candidates? Hiring managers are often reluctant to provide candidates with helpful input after they go through the interview process. There is a fear of upsetting someone and a fear of legal risks. Although it may seem risky, there are positive results in … [Read more...] about 5 Ways to Give Constructive Feedback to Enhance Your Hiring Brand