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  1. Venture capital

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    revenue, or both). Venture capital firms or funds invest in these early-stage companies in exchange for equity, or an ownership stake. Venture capitalists take

  2. Impact investing

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    capital community. Investors may take an active role mentoring or leading the growth of the company, similar to the way a venture capital firm assists

  3. Udemy

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    located outside of the U.S. Students take courses largely as a means of improving job-related skills. Some courses generate credit toward technical certification

  4. Coursera

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    Koller that offers massive open online courses (MOOC), specializations, degrees, professional and mastertrack courses. Coursera works with universities and

  5. FutureLearn

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    that SEEK Ltd would invest £50 million in the company. In return, SEEK would receive a 50% stake in the company. FutureLearn's courses span a broad range

  6. Kodak

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    and Eastman Kodak Co. created Nexpress Solutions LLC, a joint venture to develop a digital color printing press for the high-end market segment. Heidelberg

  7. Massive open online course

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    appeared in the form of correspondence courses in the 1890s–1920s and later radio and television broadcast of courses and early forms of e-learning. Typically

  8. Pluralsight

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    experts as authors, and offers more than 6,500 courses in its catalog. Since first moving its courses online in 2007, the company has expanded, developing

  9. Topgolf

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    The company's largest investors are WestRiver Group and Callaway Golf. TopGolf locations in Australia are run by a joint venture of Topgolf International

  10. Udacity

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    $163M USD from noted investors included Andreessen Horowitz, Drive Capital, and Alphabet's venture capital arm, GV. The first two courses on Udacity started

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