The market:

The ed-tech market totaled $8.38 billion in the 2012-13 academic year, the most recent year the Education Technology Industry Network has such information available. That number is up from $7.9 billion the year before, and up 11.7 percent from 2009, when the network began compiling these annual reports. More schools buying ed-tech products means that more investors are pouring money into related startups. According to industry group EdSurge, American ed-tech companies raised a total of $1.36 billion last year, up from $1.2 billion in 2013.

The problem:

Content and lectures given in schools and universities is in many cases inaccessible and disappears in to thin air.

The solution:

To use current mobile technology to make spoken content accessible, personal and to be able to capture it for later smarter use. The perfect solution for Hi-Fi anywhere, making your portable device speaker/headset into a sound magnifying system. Speak-App Loud will be most useful in front of an audience outdoor, in a loud environment, in a business or educational presentation, or any situation in which an unamplified voice isn’t sufficient. This product can also be used as a platform for add-ons, such as simultaneous translation and typewriting.