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OpenLearning CEO on why he believes they're well positioned for accelerated growth in a COVID-19 world.

 

One of the few industry sectors that should benefit from the current COVID-19 crisis is the education sector, as long as providers have the magic word “online” in their kit bag.

 

As an example, Open Learning Limited [ASX:OLL] is an Australian online learning platform which recently signed a commercial deal that will expose its platform to the Kindergarten to Year 12 niche in several countries. It also now has access to the servers of Chinese giant Alibaba. 

"Everyone [in education] knows that things would eventually move online but the current situation has accelerated things," according to OpenLearning's CEO Adam Brimo.

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ResApp Health, has announced its Sleep Apnoea Screening App, to the market this morning.

SleepCheck is a smartphone app that only requires a smartphone placed on the bedside table to assess a person’s risk of OSA. 

I interviewed CEO Tony Keating at the start of the week about the sleep app, the recent FDA issue and whether they're considering ignoring the US market for the time being.

RESAPP [ASX:RAP] LAUNCHES SLEEP APNOEA BEDSIDE TEST

 

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VIRUS FREE STOCKS? DOES CALIX FIT.

 

As a shining example of coronavirus etiquette, the CEO of Calix

continues to run the business from his family camper van.

 

Having recently returned from Britain, and despite arriving back

prior to the mandatory self quarantine, Phil Hodgson decided for

the safety of all, he should run Calix corporate HQ from his front yard.

 

It was from this new-style corporate lair that we discussed why he feels Calix, as distinct from its CEO, is a virtually virus-free business. And no, he is fine, just rightly being

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Paincheck -Is it Coronavirus proof, CEO says yes.

 

PainChek® Ltd [ASX:PCK] is an Australian based company that develops pain assessment technologies.

 

In my recent interview with CEO Philip Daffas, we discussed why he is so confident about the company's future, despite the global impact of the CV effect.

Also covered is the progress of the Philip relationship and the company's funding situation.

PAINCHEK CONTINUES TO DEVELOP

ITS CHILD APP VERSION.

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WEEBIT NANO WAGES WAR ON COMMERCIALISATION ON SEVERAL FRONTS

 

In its latest step toward commercialisation, Memory Chip developer Weebit Nano [ASX:WBT] has partnered with a unique Chinese company about to try and shakeup the billion-dollar chip-making industry.

 

"China is the biggest semiconductor market in the world and the Chinese are investing billions and billions into it," said Coby Hanoch, CEO of Weebit Nano [ASX:WBT].

 

Creating a semiconductor chip is done not in a factory, but what's called a fabrication plant or foundry and these facilities are massively expensive to build.

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