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Welcome to the January update

We hope you had a fabulous break and an opportunity to spend quality time with family and friends.

It’s always a great feeling to embark on a new year, and 2021 will be a very exciting one for educators and learners. There is no doubt that innovation and new ideas will continue to shift the landscape.
At Quitch, we are excited to continue to deliver on innovative and engaging ways to learn. We can’t wait to share with you our newly styled educator portal based on your feedback as we continue our journey to keep improving the learning experience.


AWS EdStart Accelerator Program

Quitch is delighted to be a member of the AWS EdStart Accelerator Program. Through the program, we have been able to leverage a wide range of AWS services to build an efficient, scalable and secure infrastructure base for our platform. This has allowed us to shift our focus into product development and significantly reduced our risk of technology failure, which is essential for the future success of our startup.



Gamification in Education

Watch an excerpt of our recent ‘Gamification in Education’ webinar with Dr Tiffany Winchester from Monash University and Copenhagen Business School.

Thank you so much for your time, Tiff — we look forward to continuing to work with you in order to help your students succeed for many more years!


Join Gráinne Oates, CEO & Founder of Quitch, and Steve Williams, Director at Centre for Biopharmaceutical Excellence (CBE), as they discuss the use of interactive engaging tools as a mechanism for knowledge acquisition and evidence of learning in the Pharmaceutical industry.
Steve will share insights from his experience of using Quitch to deliver remote learning in areas such as good manufacturing practice.

Evidence of Learning in Corporate Training

Thursday 11 February 2021, 3pm



Learn faster with Quitch

According to the World Economic Forum, research shows that on average, students retain 25-60% more material when learning online compared to only 8-10% in a classroom. This is mostly due to the students being able to learn faster online; e-learning requires 40-60% less time to learn than in a traditional classroom setting because students can learn at their own pace, going back and re-reading, skipping, or accelerating through concepts as they choose.



Thanks for tuning in! We’ll be back in March with more news.

Don’t forget to leave a positive review in the App Store and Google Play if you’re enjoying Quitch. As a small EdTech startup, it makes a big difference and I’d really appreciate it.

If you have any questions about Quitch, drop me an email at and I’ll make sure to get back to you asap.

Gráinne Oates
CEO & Founder

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