A panel of industry experts selected Lectera.com based on an evaluation of the company's achievements and innovations in the education sector.

[March 4, 2022], Miami, FL: Leading education platform Lectera.com has been named one of the Top 10 Florida Tech Startups 2022 by Startupcity magazine. 

Lectera.com, a leading education platform, enables individuals to increase income and advance their careers. The firm created the concept of Fast Education in order to innovate quickly with new courses and adapt the existing ones to rapidly changing environments. Operating as a Florida-based successful start-up today, Lectera.com operates globally and beyond the U.S. market.

"We are glad to announce Lectera.com as one of the Top 10 Florida Tech Startups 2022. Lectera.com, which covers the most sought-after fields such as sales, digital marketing, network marketing, soft skills, financial literacy, leadership, digital age professions, and female leadership, has the capability to revolutionize the present and future of education," said Kenneth Thomas, Managing Editor of Startupcity magazine.

"The year 2022 will be even more productive and interesting for Lectera.com. Our goal is to reach 1,000,000 users and become the next unicorn in EdTech. The task isn't easy, but we're not scared of challenges and are ready to reach new heights," said Mila Semeshkina, Founder and CEO of Lectera.com.

The recognition adds to a string of awards and accolades received by the company in the past, including the EdTech Breakthrough Award for "Best Ongoing Education Solution Provider" in the year 2021. 

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