Africa’s Business Heroes (ABH) are change-makers that believe in the power of entrepreneurship.
The ABH is a yearly competition with the aim to identify, support, and inspire the next generation of African entrepreneurs. Finalists are recognized for making a difference in their local communities, working to solve the most pressing problems, and building a more sustainable and inclusive economy for the future.
The recent nomination of PraxiLabs into the ABH Competition has solidified the educational technology company as a change-maker in the field of education.
PraxiLabs is a virtual 3D science lab platform, which allows students with little resources to conduct scientific experiments.
PraxiLabs has been built and developed by a specialized team of programmers and education experts who acknowledge the power of scientific experiments and tests in the field of science education. Dr. Khadija El-Bedweihy, the Founder and CEO of PraxiLabs, has founded the company in 2016 with an immense belief that adopting technology is the key to educational advancement.
As PraxiLabs’ partner for success in the Philippines, C&E Adaptive Learning (C&E ALS) warmly congratulates PraxiLabs on their recent win. C&E ALS lauds PraxiLabs for being a change-maker in the field, creating virtual science laboratories that are easy to use and accessible for educational institutions amid distance learning challenges.
Read more about PraxiLabs’ ABH nomination at https://techtrends.africa/2021/11/praxilabs-founder-named-winner-of-africas-business-heroes-2021/
Read about PraxiLabs’ partnership with C&E ALS at https://blog.praxilabs.com/2021/10/27/ce-philippines-en/