- The edtech company has launched the largest digital ecosystem of a sports club in the world, ‘ODILO Cebé Unlimited’, which will change the way sports clubs, their youth and their members relate to each other.
- An ecosystem that places Cartagena as a pioneer and global benchmark, merging in a unique way the physical and digital world of basketball, promoting training not only at a technical level, but also in habits and values about sport, health and wellness, learning, entertainment and culture.
- It has a selection of more than 7,000 international providers and 4 million multi-format resources such as ebooks, magazines, courses, press, podcasts and movies at a global level.
Cartagena, November 27th. ODILO, the Spanish edtech that allows all types of organizations and institutions to create their own Unlimited Learning Ecosystem, has launched ODILO Cebé Unlimited, the new digital ecosystem of ODILO FC Cartagena CB. Conceived as a special benefit for the more than 800 members of the LEB Plata team, it is the largest digital ecosystem of a sports club worldwide. An innovative way to build loyalty among Cebé fans and bring them closer to the club and its youth team through exclusive multi-format content about the team, its players, training courses and much more.
A selection of more than 7,000 international providers and 4 million multi-format contents such as ebooks, magazines, courses, press, podcasts, audiobooks and movies worldwide. With a single click, ODILO FC Cartagena CB members will be able to access a wide catalog of content about the team, sports, health and wellness, learning, entertainment and culture.
It is the world’s largest digital sports ecosystem that will be constantly updated through the use of artificial intelligence and data management based on recommendations and suggestions from the Cebé members themselves. “In ODILO we believe that a new way of relating between clubs and fans is possible, that’s why ODILO Cebé Unlimited was born. A commitment to training not only at a technical level, but also in habits and values that will evolve according to the interest of the members themselves. In addition to positioning Cartagena, the city of the team that gave birth to ODILO, as a pioneer and world reference,” said Rodrigo Rodriguez, CEO of ODILO.
For its part, Cebé insists on the importance of continuous learning and professional and personal development, two premises to which ODILO Cebé Unlimited seeks to respond. “As a basketball team, we are fully aware of the importance of comprehensive growth and access to quality content for our members and fans. Therefore, we thank ODILO for the development of this ecosystem, whose invaluable resource will be a success for our sports community and its followers” says David Ayala, president of ODILO FC Cartagena CB.
In addition, all members who have access to ODILO Cebé Unlimited will be able to enjoy interactive experiences that blend the physical and digital worlds. An example of this are the digital reading clubs that will be created monthly and will feature national and international references from the world of sports. Those interested in subscribing as members will be able to do so online.
ODILO is a B2B2C company which has created a new category in the education market: Unlimited Learning Ecosystems. The company 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 to create all kinds of learning experiences without restrictions. In addition, through the use of Artificial Intelligence, ODILO enables the creation of unique learning paths and experiences for both organizations and users, as well as its unique Business Intelligence system that is capable of measuring all possible forms of learning, and also offers the advisory service of industry experts.
More than 8,500 organizations in 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 and Banco Santander – have already created Unlimited Learning Ecosystems from the more than 4 million pieces of content available on the platform. In total, ODILO is part of the learning experiences of more than 170 million users worldwide.