- Emaginos is projecting more than $6.5 million in first year of operation; that number is projected to reach almost $27 billion a decade later based on company assumptions
- Gallup poll reports barely half of those surveyed were satisfied with the overall quality of education
- Market demand is high for a scalable solution that will produce profoundly better results for existing funds invested
Emaginos is a REG-A public company (please see website if interested in investing) in the business of transforming K-12 public education. A well-known adage states that actions speak louder than words, and in the case of Emaginos, whose business model is projected to capture up to 40% of the total K-12 education market within the next decade based on company assumptions, the volume of the company’s actions is high.
Take a look at the projected financials Emaginos is sharing as it prepares to enter change the education landscape (https://ibn.fm/zsaFv). Currently, the company reports there are 130,930 K-12 public schools with an estimated 50.8 million children enrolled and 3.2 million teachers employed. Public-school expenditures total around $612.7 billion.
That’s a lot of students, teachers and money — all working together in efforts that are often disappointing. In fact, the Gallup poll’s annual poll regarding Americans’ satisfaction with U.S. education in 2019 — the last year not impacted by COVID-19 — just 51% of those surveyed were satisfied with the overall quality of education that students in kindergarten through grade 12 receive (https://ibn.fm/g924J); Gallup noted that, since 2005, that number averages 45%, with less than half of those polled happy with public education.
Clearly there is room for improvement. “Market demand is high for a scalable solution that will produce profoundly better results for existing funds invested,” the company states. “The United States government has identified effective education as one of the critical elements in address the current financial and unemployment crisis.”
Detailed growth projections for Emaginos’ share of the market start with the company implementing its proprietary Discovery Learning System in only 10 schools — pilot schools located in 10 different school districts. An estimated 5,110 students and teachers will be involved, and the company is projected to see $6,522, 218 in annual gross revenue.
As districts experience the powerful changes that the Emaginos system delivers, those numbers are estimated to increase dramatically. In only 10 years, the company believes it will be operating in 9,000 schools, with more than 21,000,000 teachers and students involved, resulting in almost $27 billion gross revenue, or between 35% to 40% of the total K-12 education market.
The first company with an actionable plan to transform and improve public schools rather than replace them, Emaginos will evoke this change without any additional funding, facilities or staff. In fact, in many cases, school districts may actually save money as they subscribe to and implement the Emaginos platform.
For more information about Emaginos and to learn about investment and shareholder opportunities, visit www.Emaginos.com.
NOTE TO INVESTORS: The latest news and updates relating to Emaginos are available in the company’s newsroom at https://ibn.fm/Emaginos
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