#82: Launching an Online Learning Platform with Giampaolo Panizio
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“Don’t waste time. Express your full potential.”– Giampaolo Panizio
 
Giampaolo Panizio is the founder of Alo.live: a new knowledge-sharing platform that makes it easy for educators to share talents and learn new skills live, online and worldwide.

After initially sharing the idea with a close friend, Giampaolo and the Alo team have created a unique learning platform in less than 6 months whilst working other jobs. They launched on 1st November 2020, and although it’s at a very early stage, it already boasts an array of features, including unlimited numbers of students who can join a class and unique classroom links. 

In our wide-ranging conversation, we discuss how Alo is different from other online-learning platforms; future marketing strategies; how the team intends to scale and make money; and so much more!

You can find Giampaolo and Alo at the following:

Resource mentioned during the conversation:

Key Points:

The origins of Alo (4:18)

How is Alo different from other online-learning platforms? (12:39)

The team (18:04)

Future marketing strategies (23:54)

Getting educators to the platform (28:28)

How the team intends to scale and make money (33:12)

Don’t waste time. Express your full potential.”– Giampaolo Panizio (39:22)

 


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