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Dimitris Kyriakatis and Efthimis Vafeiadis: Pioneering AI to Revolutionise E-Learning Content Production

by Jessica Weisman-Pitts
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Dimitris Kyriakatis and Efthimis Vafeiadis: Pioneering AI to Revolutionise E-Learning Content Production

Dimitris Kyriakatis and Efthimis Vafeiadis are leading a revolutionary venture that is setting new standards in professional development. Their company, Reatcode Group, a London-based edTech innovation hub, is behind Workearly, which recently secured a significant €1.1 million investment from Metavallon VC. This funding will enhance its AI-driven educational platform, Workearly, and expand its reach in the global market.

Transforming E-Learning from the Ground Up

Since its inception as a bootstrap project, Workearly has rapidly become the preferred choice for young professionals looking to advance their skills, boasting over 17,000 customers and a robust roster of corporate clients. The platform’s success stems from its innovative approach to tackling high abandonment rates in e-learning, utilising personalised, engaging learning experiences that have established it as a market leader in upskilling and reskilling.

Innovating with Generative and Conversational AI

The cornerstone of Workearly’s approach is its pioneering use of generative AI, which not only crafts gamified skill acquisition environments and real-time feedback but also produces personalised learning experiences tailored to each user’s career aspirations and skill levels. This technology enables the rapid creation of diverse learning content, from professional skill labs to comprehensive courses, within a matter of hours.

Building on this foundation, Workearly is now set to incorporate conversational AI to make these learning environments even more interactive and realistic. “Our use of conversational AI will bring a new level of realism to our learning playgrounds, making the educational experience much more immersive and effective,” says Dimitris Kyriakatis, emphasising the innovative leap forward.

Strategic Growth and Global Aspirations

With the global e-learning market expected to reach $848 million by 2030, the recent funding is strategically timed to boost Workearly’s capabilities and market presence. This investment will facilitate the platform’s expansion into well-developed economies and broaden its corporate client base, aligning with the company’s ambitious growth targets.

Efthimis Vafeiadis, discussing the strategic vision, notes, “Our goal is to not just keep pace with the evolving educational landscape but to actively shape it through our advanced AI solutions. We’re poised to significantly impact how professional learning adapts to the demands of the global job market.”