Why the CEO of a Roaring Ed-Tech Startup Quietly Moved to Buffalo

"What if?, the Concourse Global team asked. What if high school counselors had a tool they could give their students, where all they have to do is create a profile with their test scores, grades and interests. What if those profiles – scrubbed of personal information such as names – were viewable by college admissions officers desperate for new populations of students," The Business Journals writes. 

... "The company was featured this June in prominent college/university publication Inside Higher Ed, and it was also noted this year in a joint report from the National Association for College Admission Counseling and National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators about access and equity in the admissions."

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Publication Date: 8/11/2022

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