Revolutionizing E-Learning: The Man Behind Futurewaree, Aime Albert Sangwa’s Mission to Empower Creators

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In a world where technology is advancing at an exponential rate, Aime Albert Sangwa has set his sights on a new frontier – education. As a multi-talented business coach, software engineer, and founder of Futurewaree – a leading E-learning platform for creators, Sangwa’s goal is to harness the power of technology to change the face of education and empower people to acquire new skills.

Sangwa believes that it’s time for the world to see Africa in a new light – not just as a continent in need, but as a hub of innovation and development. That’s why he founded Futureware, a platform designed to revolutionize the e-learning industry and help teachers and experts create and sell their courses online, worldwide.

“I realized that there was a gap in the market for software that would allow educators and creators to use their skills and make a living out of it,” said Sangwa. “That’s why I created Futureware – to provide people with the opportunity to acquire new skills in the comfort of their own homes and offices.”

“We guide the teachers on the proper standards for creating the courses, and we assist them in creating any materials necessary to make the information accessible,” said Sangwa. “Some courses are free, while others are paid for using credit cards or PayPal. The instructor earns 75% from each sale, and we take the rest.”

At Futureware, Sangwa and his team work with university lecturers who are experts in fields such as programming, graphic design, photography, and data science, among others. These teachers share their knowledge and skills with students from all over the world, using visual classrooms and interactive presentations to make the information easy to understand.

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Sangwa has also started hosting conventions in universities and high schools to teach learners how to acquire extra knowledge and make money. He uses a broad marketing strategy, advertising new courses on social media and through email marketing.

The global Education Technology (Ed Tech) market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 20.48% over the next six years, reaching USD 407165.33 million by 2028. This rapid growth is why Sangwa is so passionate about harnessing the power of technology to change the way we learn. He hopes to make Futureware the center for acquiring skills that people can’t obtain in school, with courses based on real-world experience and practical knowledge.

“Our mission is to empower people to take control of their education and their futures,” said Sangwa. “By leveraging the power of technology, we can break down the barriers that prevent people from acquiring new skills and achieving their goals.”