TechCrunch Gets Into Online Education

CrunchU_UdemyTechCrunch, a media property devoted to startups and tech, have entered the online education space with CrunchU, developed in partnership with online learning marketplace Udemy. Most courses retail between $19 – $99.

Ned Desmond (COO, TechCrunch): Learning never stops, especially in the highly competitive world of tech and startups.

CrunchU is offering 30 TechCrunch-curated courses, including offerings from Eric Ries, Dave McClure, Jack Welch, and others. Course topics range from Creating Responsive Web Design and Sales and Persuasion Skills for Startups to Android Apps in 1 Hour: No Coding Required and Raising Money for Startups.

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