- The #ODILOSummit22 took place in Cartagena and brought together the Spanish squad as well as the ODILO FC Cartagena CB teams. Training, recreational and integration activities were carried out.
- ODILO, in its commitment to the Region of Murcia, promotes local talent and invests in sports, education, as well as in the expansion of its headquarters in Cartagena, which translates into dozens of new hires.
- In the last six months, ODILO has won the largest investment round in an educational technology company in the history of Spain, has ventured into basketball, and its CEO, Rodrigo Rodriguez, has been recognized by Forbes magazine as one of the 100 most creative people in the business world.
Madrid, 10 October 2022.-
ODILO, the multinational company born in Cartagena and pioneer of the category in the education market: Create your own Unlimited Learning ecosystems, has celebrated several milestones in just one quarter; it has won the largest investment round in an educational technology company (Edtech) in the history of Spain (€60 million). Likewise, its CEO, Rodrigo Rodriguez, has been recognized by Forbes magazine as one of the 100 most creative people in the business world and has ventured into basketball by sponsoring the men’s and women’s teams, which were renamed ODILO FC CARTAGENA CB.
Commitment to education, sports and continued investment in the region are priorities for the company. “We are very excited about promoting sports and education in Cartagena, the city where we were born and where ODILO is headquartered,” says Rodrigo Rodriguez, CEO of the company.
The company will continue to strengthen and expand its existing teams and departments in the Murcia region. In addition, it will focus on creating the largest e-learning and educational content hub in Europe in a Spanish or European city to be determined.
In addition, the company is a benchmark for best practices in terms of personnel, a place where professionals choose to develop professionally and personally. The multiple benefits for employees, as well as the prestige and professional development the company offers, are just some of the reasons for this status.
For this purpose, the development and integration of its teams, ODILO has chosen to celebrate the #ODILOSummit22 in Cartagena, bringing together the Spain team for several days of professional training, sports and recreational activities.
The teams were also able to celebrate all their victories during a dinner that was attended by the media and the company’s latest signings: the men’s and women’s ODILO FC Cartagena CB teams, accompanied by their coaches and managers.
The event has been an opportunity to once again show Cartagena to the world.
ODILO is a B2B2C company, which has created a new category in the education market: Create your own Unlimited Learning ecosystems.
ODILO allows any organization to create its own fully customized learning ecosystems and offer its users unlimited access to the world’s largest catalog of educational content (3.9 million titles, resources, and educational experiences from more than 6,300 of the best providers of books, magazines, courses, videos, audiobooks, interactive content, educational apps, movies, educational pills, etc.) and create all kinds of learning experiences without restrictions.
In addition, #UnlimitedLearning enables, through the use of artificial intelligence, the creation of unique learning paths and experiences for both organizations and users.
ODILO has the only Business Intelligence system that is capable of measuring all possible forms of learning (multiple formats and devices, in collaboration with others, in the classroom or during leisure time, on the move, etc.) allowing organizations to measure and certify any form of learning, as well as to have the data-based evidence that allows them to know the educational results of any content and methodology and thus constantly improve their training programs.
More than 8,500 organizations in over 52 countries, including governments in Europe, North America, Latin America, Southeast Asia, Australia and Africa; academic leaders such as Peking University, and top companies such as Vodafone, Nestlé or Banco Santander, have already created Unlimited Learning Ecosystems that provide access to learning to an aggregate base of 100+ million users.