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Jay Ashcroft

Jay Ashcroft

Jay Ashcroft specialises in working with early-stage tech startups looking to grow, scale and raise. Jay was a key figure through the digital edtech wave of 2014-17 as cofounder of LearnMaker, the UK’s first edtech change management company. After delivering a number of groundbreaking projects in digital transformation, Jay was appointed as a Specialist Advisor to The Department of Education, supporting the digital transformation strategy across the UK education system. As CEO of LearnMaker, he developed partnerships with Apple, Google and Erasmus. In 2017, Jay joined Arbor Education to lead the scale-up of their SaaS platform. Within 18 months Arbor was the fastest-growing company in its category. While Jay no longer exclusively works in edtech, he still remains passionate about the sector and has published 2 best-selling books. He gave up the London commute in late 2019 but continues to consult with overseas companies looking to enter the UK market.

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Jay Ashcroft specialises in working with early-stage tech startups looking to grow, scale and raise. Jay was a key figure through the digital edtech wave of 2014-17 as cofounder of LearnMaker, the UK’s first edtech change management company. After delivering a number of groundbreaking projects in digital transformation, Jay was appointed as a Specialist Advisor to The Department of Education, supporting the digital transformation strategy across the UK education system. As CEO of LearnMaker, he developed partnerships with Apple, Google and Erasmus. In 2017, Jay joined Arbor Education to lead the scale-up of their SaaS platform. Within 18 months Arbor was the fastest-growing company in its category. While Jay no longer exclusively works in edtech, he still remains passionate about the sector and has published 2 best-selling books. He gave up the London commute in late 2019 but continues to consult with overseas companies looking to enter the UK market.

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