Currently used in 400+ public schools in South Korea, aiming to expand on the overseas coding education market
SEOUL, KOREA, November 12, 2020 /24-7PressRelease/ — Maromav, a social venture startup located in Seoul, South Korea, is now changing the whole paradigm in terms of maker culture and coding education with its app, ‘MAKE’.
‘MAKE’ was created to solve challenges that schools often face when providing a good-quality IT & coding education for students. The challenges often come from the absence of professionals, insufficient and outdated computers, and lack of access to infrastructure.
Being compatible with Arduino boards and parts, having its own coding game, and providing a curriculum that includes circuits and example codes, ‘MAKE’ suggests schools a new solution for better coding education.
Also, ‘MAKE’ is not only designed for students only — it is designed to reach out to everyone who is interested in being a maker. Within the app, people from all over the world can share their creative thoughts and ideas, and be inspired by young makers.
Aiming to expand to the global market, ‘MAKE’ is preparing to launch its service in Indonesia.
Moon-jo Choi, CEO of Maromav, said “Right now, our service focuses on teaching and learning how to code, but I hope one day, our service can aid and provide makers equal opportunities to build their very first IoT device. Until then, our journey continues.”
Maromav, founded in September 2017, launched ‘MAKE’ in 2018, and is being used by more than 50,000 people from all over the world.
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