Fast Company Covers How Non-Profit MEDA’s Partnership with D2L is Helping Women Entrepreneurs

In Client News, Uncategorized by Amanda Proscia

In a moving story about opportunities for women entrepreneurs created by Canadian non-profit MEDA, Lightspeed client D2L is highlighted for expanding the program’s reach with its education technology. Congratulations to Will Schwartz for making it happen!

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“Being able to move sessions online and provide a high-quality experience I hope will help thousands of women,” says D2L CEO John Baker. His instructional designers and developers have been working with MEDA to adapt lessons for mobile and to think creatively about ways for participants to build meaningful relationships.

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