A forerunning social impact education technology innovator which designs and develops educational software. EVERFI, Inc., publicized today the firm’s very first global acquisition after they added EdComs to their network. EdComs is a 25-year-old firm focused on education that powers social change and brings about knowledge about the real world into the classroom. Based in London, EdComs has an established client base that consists of numerous leading technology firms around the globe, renowned brands, sports leagues, etc.
The Co-Founder and the Chief Executive Officer of EVERFI, Tom Davidson stated that when they first thought about global expansion and EVERFI’s prospects, they wanted to find an overseas firm with an established leadership team, education focus similar to their own, and one that went alongside their portfolio of already existing international brands. He said that they concluded EdComs to be the ideal firm for EVERFI. His company’s mission, he said, of deploying education to deal with serious social concerns in association with several renowned brands directly corresponds to the work and client base EdComs has constructed for itself over the previous 25 years. He added how they were pleased to bring the 2 organizations together to strive for the momentous opportunities EVERFI awaits outside of North America.
The Founder and Chief Executive Officer of EdComs, Nick Fuller stated how they were first introduced to EVERFI through the Premiere League, their joint client, and that they were pleased to be teaming up with them. He said that while working with EVERFI, they realized how the two companies were like-minded and greatly complementary establishments. Fuller stated how when they were approached regarding the acquisition, it was easy for them to decide the course of action since EVERFI is an established forerunner in leveraging technology to deliver social impact education. EVERFI brings a remarkable business track record along with their highly-regarded early investors and respected customer base, he added.