Knewton is adaptive learning technology provider with the mission to develop personalized education. The platform allows users to build applications that provide real-time proficiency estimation, activity recommendations, analytics, and more. Learning companies use Knewton technology to improve learning outcomes in K–12, higher education, English language teaching, corporate training, and other markets.

Type
Private
HQ
New York, US
Founded
2008
Size (employees)
168 (est)-2%
Knewton was founded in 2008 and is headquartered in New York, US
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Key People/Management at Knewton

Brian Kibby

Brian Kibby

CEO
Jennifer Grunebaum

Jennifer Grunebaum

CFO
Doug Hughes

Doug Hughes

Chief Product Officer
Erion Hasanbelliu

Erion Hasanbelliu

Chief Technology Officer
Jason A. Jordan

Jason A. Jordan

Senior Vice President, Institutional Partnerships
Mike Chapin

Mike Chapin

Vice President, General Counsel
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Knewton Office Locations

Knewton has offices in London, New York and Tokyo
New York, US (HQ)
100 5th Avenue, NY 10011
London, GB
89 Worship Place
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Knewton Financials and Metrics

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Knewton's latest funding round in February 2016 was reported to be $10 m. In total, Knewton has raised $157.3 m
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Knewton Operating Metrics

May, 2018

Offices

3

Partners

23

Students

14 m
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Knewton Online and Social Media Presence

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Knewton News and Updates

Knewton secures $25 million in funding, fueling company's efforts to put achievement in reach for all learners with Alta

NEW YORK, Aug. 21, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Knewton, the world's leader in adaptive learning products and technologies, has closed its latest financing round, which includes up to $25 million in capital. Knewton plans to use the funding to scale Alta, the company's adaptive learning...

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Gen Z, the digital generation, non-traditional students, and potentially many more descriptions have been used to label the current postsecondary body of students, but what may not be so evident is exactly how much their preferences, lifestyles and experiences have radically changed from even a deca…
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Knewton Company Life and Culture

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