Specially in EdTech industry, China’s online education companies have gone beyond those of the same kind in the United States in globalization and commercialization. http://talkvictoriakelly.prosportsmall.com/2017/04/19/new-insights-in-rapid-plans-for-tips-for-selection-interview/View photos DaDaABC, a Chinese EdTech company, has become an icon in online education industry. Founded in 2013 with headquarters in Shanghai, China, DaDaABC was the first Internet enterprise in China to offer online English courses for children. Despite DaDaABC having been in operations for less than 5 years, however, the company has shown remarkable results in all aspects. DaDaABC’s revenue each monthis close to RMB 100 Million, which indicates DaDaABC’s leading position in the industry. In comparison, some American online education companies are still exploring the business model rather than making money. DaDaABC’s monthly revenue continues growing at 30%. “The growth is not only from China, but we also have overseas students from 22 countries, and the footprint will keep expanding,” said Hui Zhi. “We aim to become the best global online English training company in the near future.” As an entrepreneur and a mom, Hui Zhi clearly knows her ambition. Previously a Marketing Director at Jiayuan.com International Ltd, operator of the largest online dating platform in China, Hui is now leading DaDaABC, with thousands of employees, along with ten thousand English instructors, beyond its current role as the leading China online education company, and into the international market. View photos Despite DaDaABC being based in China, its student users, children from 5 to 16 years old, are all over the world.
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