Client Case Study – Xennial Digital

Impact investing and social entrepreneurship sound great in theory, but what does it look like in the real world? Let’s take our client, Xennial Digital, as an example. An emerging industry within edtech is Virtual Reality, growing rapidly at 59% per year.
Virtual Reality is a potential solution to issues such as delivering quality education with budget constraints, enhancing student engagement, and keeping up with a rapidly changing world that demands new educational approaches.

Client Description: Xennial Digital is a digital agency with a strong focus on XR (VR/AR/MR) enterprise and educational solutions. The company is passionate about creating meaningful digital experiences that enrich people’s lives and help them enhance their knowledge, building experiences that matter.

Our Work: We were excited to support the entrepreneurship of Xennial Digital. Imvest and Xennial worked on refining the theory of change behind Xennial’s AR/VR platform. We narrowed down what features the platform needed to improve student performance and engagement while also enhancing – rather than interfering with – the teacher’s curriculum. We presented the platform to several educational experts and leaders for their input, and carefully reviewed the competition in the VR/AR and Edtech space.

Our Impact: With data points and big picture goals in mind, we able will build out an impact measurement strategy. Together we created an impact capital raising strategy, the pitch deck, and the platform’s global monetization model. During the process, we celebrated Xennial’s successful distribution partnerships with ByteSpeed, and Occulus. Through this collaboration, Xennial is now positioned to navigate the complex global ecosystem for financial and social success.

Once imvest onboards a client, whether a foundation, family office, or enterprise, we become a team. When our clients need us we are on-call to help them build the impact economy of the future. The future is impact

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