CEO Classera, KSA
Eng. Mohammed Al Madani is graduated from OSU in USA with an Industrial Systems Engineering Bachelor degree and International Business degree. He got the Endeavor World Certificate as one of the most high impact entrepreneurs in the world 2017. Member of the advisory board of several educational institutions. He got Stanford-Endeavor Innovation and Growth Program certificate from Stanford Business School and Executive Education certificate for Harvard Business School.
In 2012, both of Mr. Al Madani & Mr. Al Ashmawi successfully launched Classera Inc. for smart learning solutions that focuses in Artificial Intelligence, Edutainment, Gamification and social learning in the United States of America. Then they established the head office of Classera Inc. in San Francisco, Silicon Valley, and then expanded in several states. Right after that, they started to focus on the Middle East as well especially in Saudi Arabia and they went all the way to open in more than 8 countries in the region.
In Saudi Arabia alone, in less than two years they achieve to have the baggiest market share in the market of E-learning, By leading the most important educational projects such as the King Abdulaziz and his Companions Foundation for Giftedness and Creativity “Mawhiba” and close to 80% of the A class private schools in the private sector. Over the last year and a half, they provided a proposal to the Saudi Government and Prince Mohammad Bin Salman that led to the initiation of the digital transformation project of ministry of education “Future Gate”, which started over a year ago with a mission to cover all the Saudi schools in the Kingdom by 2020 and they took Classera to be a leading participant in conducting that project.
They led Classera to have more than 2 million users in the region; and to be the most visited educational website in the gulf and the top 100 most visit website in Saudi Arabia. These achievements had to make Classera Middle East the leader company in the field of E-learning in more than 25 local and Arab cities in the Middle East. This is not the end of these stories; They led Classera to have 3 international awards for "Education Technologies" had honored by the largest worldwide educational organizations such as: