Educational platform Seppo partners with Ayrton Senna Institute Brazil

The education game platform Seppo has signed a partnership agreement with Ayrton Senna Institute. The partnership will allow Seppo to reach thousands of brazilian teachers and regional decisionmakers and participate in research projects with the institute. The Ayrton Senna Institute is a highly regarded non profit organization with partnerships with UNESCO and OECD.

The Finnish educational techonology company Seppo signed a partnership agreement with The Ayrton Senna Institute. The Ayrton Senna Institute is a non profit organization that aims to improve education for children and youg people in Brazil. It reaches 1,5 million students and 65 000 teachers in 660 municipalities every year. The institute was founded to continue the legacy of the Formula 1 world champion Ayrton Senna.

The partnership agreement was signed by Viviane Senna, the sister of Ayrton Senna and the president of the Institute and Riku Alkio, the CEO of Seppo.

Seppo allows the Ayrton Senna Institute to showcase a fresh engaging way of learning and teaching to teachers and regional decision makers in Brazil. The institute emphasizes emotional and social skills which are aligned with the Seppo philosophy. Seppo will gain access to research projects run by the organization, allowing them to study Seppo being used by teachers.

– The partnership will give us exposure to thousands of teachers in Brazil but it also works as a mark of quality in the brazilian market, the Seppo CEO Riku Alkio explains.

The Ayrton Senna has been partnering with OECD since 2012 and UNESCO Chair in Education and Human Development since 2004.

More information: Riku Alkio +358 50 5318044
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Published 11.5.2018