Partnership opportunities in EdTech: Dyslexia and Dyscalculia software for schools

29 November, 2023

Are you a distribution partner looking to expand your EdTech portfolio? Join us for a conversation about educational technology (EdTech) solutions for dyslexia and dyscalculia in schools. Gain insights into our software offerings, partnership opportunities, and a special pilot project initiative.


Learn how Constructor software aligns with the needs of modern classrooms and how you can integrate it into your distribution strategy. 


Facts and figures:

  • Renewal rate in the local market (Switzerland) of >92.5%
  • 15 partners 
  • Localization in more than 17 languages
  • Figures
    o Used by > 200,000 students
    o Used by > 4000 schools 
  • Extensive Research
    o 20+ white papers, 6 entrepreneurial awards
    o 2 patents granted, 3 submitted


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Christian Voegeli
Christian Vögeli
Founder & General Manager Constructor for Schools

Christian Vögeli received his M.Sc. in Computer Science from the Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich (ETHZ) in 2005 with honors. As a research assistant he directed, with the support of psychologists, the first successful user study of Grafari (Orthograph) in 2006. He has effectively led the development of Grafari (Orthograph) from prototype to commercial product, and with his professor co-founded the company in 2007, which later turned into Constructor for Schools. He was the project leader for developing Calcularis, the first intervention tool for dyscalculia, for which neuronal improvements were shown. Ever since, Christian Vögeli is driven to support teachers and parents in their quest to unlock their children’s full academic potential.

Mathias Crona
Mathias Crona
CEO and Founder

Mathias has been working in the EdTech industry for more than a decade, initially involved in the in-house development of EdTech products. He later shifted his focus to the distribution of EdTech products in Sweden. MyStudyWeb is a pioneer in EdTech distribution, successfully launching several products in the Swedish market, including Calcularis and Grafari (Orthograph). Mathias brings valuable experience from operational management positions in the online gaming and transport industries. Additionally, he has served as a consultant, addressing strategic and financial issues both in Sweden and internationally. Mathias holds a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration and a Master's degree in Finance from Stockholm University.