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Morning Briefing: Online Education

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The fortnightly China market presentation on pertinent trends shaping the dynamic sectors and industries in China.

We understand that life’s endless hustle renders it impossible to keep abreast of the market’s bustle. So leave the slicing and dicing of market data to us and simply tune in via Zoom, twice a month, for the only briefing you need.

20 minutes, Every 1st and 3rd Tuesday

Morning Briefing is a fortnightly market presentation that covers pertinent trends shaping the dynamic sectors and industries in China. Each session, we dive into a booming space to provide you with key stats, latest developments and a landscape map of promising companies to help you understand the current state in the economic powerhouse. We will also shine the spotlight on one market leader and breakdown its business model so you get a better grasp of how it propelled to success.

Episode 1: Online Education

The worldwide e-learning market is expected to be worth USD 325 billion by 2025—in part contributed by China’s burgeoning players. While the online education industry capitalized on the COVID-19 pandemic and saw expotenial growth in user acquisition, competition is rife, pushing things to their extremes. How are these players responding to the challenges, and how did Yuanfudao’s business model helped the company secure over USD 3.5 billion in funding?

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