Alpha DX Updates on Advancing on First Public-Private Partnership

Education Technology Insights | Monday, September 13, 2021

Daiji Yamada, CEO, Executive Director ,Alpha DX Group Limited

Alpha DX has provided updates on the Group's first public-private partnership ("PPPs") in digital learning and education.

FREMONT, CA: Alpha DX Group Limited, a leading provider of learning and education solutions, has shared updates on its first public-private partnership (PPPs) in digital learning and education.

Earlier, on August 26, 2021, the Group signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Ministry of Higher and Secondary-Specialized Education (MHSSE) of the Republic of Uzbekistan (Uzbekistan), which covered numerous joint ventures, partnerships, and key deliverables related to AUU. As a result, the organization said that ZioNext Pte. Ltd., a subsidiary of the Company, would develop and execute AUU's next-generation ubiquitous learning platform.

Under the terms of the MOU, Alpha and MHSSE will also form a joint venture with the primary goal of developing and operating the AUU. This next-generation university will be wholly integrated with the Alpha DX subsidiaries' ubiquitous learning platform.

PPPs are common in both developing and developed nations, and governments frequently use them to improve their educational systems' quality, accessibility, or cost-effectiveness.

AUU will have two campuses in Uzbekistan, with the primary campus in Tashkent, the capital city of Uzbekistan, and the second campus in Andijan, the administrative, economic, and cultural center of the Andijan Region, set to open in the third quarter of 2022.

As each transaction is finalized and completed, the Company will provide the shareholders timely updates.

Alpha DX seeks to change learning and education into a completely customized and ubiquitous learning experience for all learners worldwide, with a strategic approach to incorporating several digital technologies in education and businesses using strategic collaborations and partnerships.

Alpha DX's CEO, Mr. Daiji Yamada, said, "The sheer scale to continuously improve the quality of education justifies the need for public-private partnership. Many verticals within the education industry have been disrupted by the pandemic, and in fact, we are operating in a market that is growing at a dramatic rate. As such, we are well-positioned to harness the opportunities with our growing track record and capabilities. "This PPP joint venture with the Republic of Uzbekistan is a corporate milestone for Alpha DX, and it fits well with our growth strategy, enabling us to further expand our technological and intellectual resources in the global digital Learning industry. We expect the joint venture to help facilitate the development of our existing pipeline of project opportunities and prospective projects for further diversification and growth."

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