Who Are the Slovak Women in Tech: A Map With 13 Female Founders
By Eva Slonkova
Slovakia has a growing startup ecosystem, and while female founders are still underrepresented in the […]
Evelina Necula takes education very seriously. So much so, that she became an education entrepreneur.
Evelina Necula is the co-founder of Kinderpredia. A school management software that simplifies administrative stuff to help teachers, parents, and students communicate better.
Today, Kinderpedia is used by schools and kindergartens in 14 countries. In over 2000 schools and kindergartens worldwide.
Evelina leans on her marketing and B2B sales experience to scale the company.
In her conversation with Georgi Nenov, Evelina shares why and how she decided to become an entrepreneur even though she had a great career as a marketing professional.
Evelina and her co-founders first spotted the need for better communication between parents and teachers. They saw the difficulties both parties were going through to stay in touch – the frustration of the teachers and the anxiety of the parents to be disconnected from their children’s experience in school or kindergarten for most of the day. And they realized the huge opportunity children were missing not having the most important adults in their life communicate and work together towards their progress, Evelina explains.
In the episode, Evelina Necula shares Kinderpedia’s vision to transform education. She believes technology can actually empower teachers, by making their work visible and by boosting the status of the educator. It can personalize the interaction between parents, teachers, and children and it can give students autonomy and control over their educational path.
In the episode, Evelina Necula also gives insights on leadership, and the scaling journey of Kinderpedia globally. Hint: spending time on validation of your product pays off.
If you want to keep exploring Romanian tech entrepreneurs, watch the previous episode with Andrei Ursachi, founder and CEO of the online booking platform for the beauty industry Stailer.
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