Eduscape Global and ASK Idea Global Announce Landmark Chinese and American Partnership in the Expanding Education Market

Shannon Stout
December 10, 2018


Memorandum of Understanding Is A First Between The Fast Growing New Jersey-based leader in the space and one of China’s Leading Providers of STEM solutions

Alex Urrea, Eduscape Founder and Managing Partner (L) and Adam Turnbull, ASK Idea Group Co-Founder & VP Global Channel (R) (Photo/ Eduscape)

December 10, 2018 – Eduscape, a fast growing global leader in developing and delivering educational technology-related solutions, today announced an expansion of their business with ASK Idea Global based in Guangzhou, China. The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU)  forms a landmark strategic partnership between the New Jersey-based company and a growing Chinese education company for the first time.

With the expanding global demand within the public and private sectors of education, ASK Idea Global and Eduscape will leverage their combined strengths to generate mutual growth and cultivate a positive impact upon STEM & STEAM solutions.

Signed by ASK Idea Group’s Co-Founder & VP Global Channel – Adam Turnbull and Eduscape’s Founder and Managing Partner – Alex Urrea; both companies will source, develop and service STEM & STEAM solutions from their respective home markets for export to the worldwide market.

“STEAM & STEM Education is a global movement in which industry leaders such as Eduscape and ASK Idea Global can work together in such a way that the sum is greater than the parts.  This is directly in line with ASK Idea’s mission. We’re excited to be working with Alex and his team to bring leading US products and professional development programs to Asia.  We will reciprocate with leading Chinese products for the US market and abroad.  We’re dedicated to offering our Asian partners high-quality products and professional development that will have a lasting and valuable impact in school classrooms, learning centres, and kindergartens,” stated Mr. Turnbull.

“STEM and STEAM Education can no longer be considered just another trend in education. It is a global movement that can have transformative effects in the classroom if implemented properly. The challenge however, has been the flood of inferior products hitting the market that have little or no pedagogical value and/or lack the proper teacher support materials and professional development. We, at Eduscape, are so proud to be partnering with Adam and his team at ASK Idea Global because we are aligned in a mission of bringing “Best in Class” STEM/STEAM products to classrooms globally. Together, we will deliver impactful solutions that drive sustainable classroom innovation.” stated Mr. Urrea.



About Eduscape

Eduscape is a professional learning organization that develops and delivers exemplary STEM and educational technology-related solutions to the K-12 market. Eduscape Global is a subsidiary of Eduscape, which is identifying innovative STEM product companies globally and bringing their offerings to the U.S. and other international markets, including Asia. Eduscape Global has formed partnerships with companies from Colombia, Israel, China and Portugal. The company is headquartered in New Jersey, USA and has worked with over 750,000 K-12 educators.


About ASK Idea Global

ASK Idea Global, is a subsidiary of ASK Idea Education which is a nationwide China education solution provider for STEAM education providers, including primary & middle schools, learning centres and kindergartens. ASK Idea Education is headquartered in China’s southern city of Guangzhou and has a network of ASK Idea Education Solution providers throughout China.

Notes to Editors:

For enquiries please contact:

Darrell Stewart
ASK Idea Global

Joseph Favorito
Eduscape, Director of Marketing and Public Relations

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