25 May 2018
Classcraft Supported by Ottawa and Québec in its Penetration of New Markets
Shawn Young (Classcraft) and Marie-Claude Bibeau (deputy, Compton–Stanstead)
Classcraft Studios will be accelerating its international expansion, in the United States primarily, thanks to contributions from the federal and provincial governments totalling $437 900:
A repayable contribution of $400 000 from the Government of Canada through the Québec Economic Development Program (QEDP) of Canada Economic Development for Québec Regions (CED), to assist in the implementation of an international marketing plan that will include the hiring of a sales director and of consulting services specializing in marketing and media relations, as well as in online marketing.
A non-repayable contribution of $37 900 from the Government of Québec through its export program to assist with participation at six targeted conferences in the United States, and with the hiring of an export specialist.
Used for motivation and behaviour management purposes in schools, Classcraft’s online role playing has already brought together a community of 4 million students in 75 countries throughout the world.
» Read the press releases : DEC and MESI
Source : Quebec and Canada Governments
Photo credit : Twitter – DEC
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