Five minutes with Angela Cocuccio, the founder of pioneering education technology start-up                                                                                               LogicLearn Ltd.

Hello everyone, my name is Luca Cocuccio and I’m proud to be sat here with my amazing mum, Angela, the Co-Founder and Director of education technology start-up, LogicLearn. Today, we’re going to take 5 minutes to dive into the story behind her brand-new company LogicLearn and perhaps get a sneak peek into the passion and innovation behind setting up a new business.

Luca: Hi Mum. To kick things off, can you share a bit more about what LogicLearn is and what motivated you to start your own business?

Angela: Hello Luca. Absolutely, thank you for the opportunity. So, LogicLearn is a first-of-its kind education technology studio where educators and technology enthusiasts can come together to unleash their creativity. We’re all about blazing our own trail and pushing boundaries to combine the art of teaching with cutting edge technology and to cook up fresh ways to learn. The inspiration behind LogicLearn comes from a deep belief that learning should be a lifelong adventure. I felt I could develop a fresh approach in this space. That's where the idea for LogicLearn began—to make learning accessible, enjoyable, and, most importantly, fun.

Luca: That sounds amazing. You’ve mentioned education technology or ‘EdTech’ a few times. What is that?

Angela: So EdTech is the use of technology and digital tools to improve education and create exciting and memorable ways to learn. To give you some examples, not only do we develop bespoke online e-learning courses, but we’re also doing some cool things with Raspberry Pi computers, coding, and robotics. I want to also explore how we might be able to make use of virtual reality, 3D-printing and gamification – using computer games to help support learning.

Luca: Does that mean we’re going to get a 3D printer?

Angela: Hah! Maybe. But first we need to understand what we want to do with it. And what benefit or value we can create to improve learning. Our priority for now, however, is to focus on making LogicLearn what we want and embed our core values in what we do. Its important to have a clear mission and work towards our goals.

Luca: Core values? I’ve not heard of that before. What are they?

Angela: Sure, so core values are the beliefs and guiding principles of an organisation. They help define a company’s identity and purpose. Our core principles are Learning, Openness, Growth, Innovation and Creativity. Learning is at the core of what we do; Openness guides our collaborative spirit, Growth fuels our evolution, Innovation drives our creativity, and Creativity is the spark that sets us apart. These values are not just words on paper; they're the guiding principles I intend to shape every decision we make and every project we undertake.

Luca: As you continue this exciting journey with LogicLearn, what are your hopes and dreams for the future of the company?

Angela: Good question. I’ve been thinking about that a lot recently. My hope is that LogicLearn becomes a hub for not just innovative tech, but for a community of learners, educators, and tech enthusiasts. I want it to be a place where learning is not just a destination but a continuous adventure, and where our combined efforts contribute to shaping the future of education.

Luca: That’s so inspiring. Thank you so much for sharing, Mum! It's been fantastic getting a behind-the-scenes look at LogicLearn and your passion driving the company forward. Any final thoughts you'd like to share with our readers?

Angela: Ah, thank you Luca. I'd say to everyone reading this, come join us. Our goal is to make learning accessible and fun, and although its early days, we’ve got some cool ideas. Think STEM. Think robots. Think the future of education. Why not Google us and see what we’re up to.

There you have it, a glimpse into the mind of my Mum, Angela Cocuccio, the driving force behind LogicLearn Ltd. I’m so proud of what she’s achieved already, and I can’t wait to see what’s next – especially if it involves a 3D printer! To learn more visit: