From east London to the Middle East: Show My Homework excels worldwide

Cloud-based homework software Show My Homework launched in London in 2011 to bring homework into the 21st century.

Organisation details

Show My Homework
Company:
Show My Homework
Sector:
Technology
Twitter:
@Showmyhomework
Website:
www.showmyhomework.co.uk/

About Show My Homework

Based in east London, Show My Homework connects everyone involved in the homework process and provides schools with a highly intuitive system for all homework setting, tracking and completing needs.

Schools can manage the homework process, teachers save time, students can be more organised and parents are always in the loop.

New London HQ and digital interface spearheads expansion

In spring 2015 Show My Homework opened a new 7,500 sq ft headquarters in east London to accommodate 50-plus staff.
By summer 2015, the company had broken into America, scaling up into a pre-college (K-12) market that’s a thousand times bigger than its UK counterpart.

Show My Homework V4 was launched in autumn 2015 — a faster, easier and more intuitive site to cater for US and Middle Eastern markets.

We’re proud to be part of the incredible London tech scene — it hosts a wealth of opportunity and talent but there are a lot of people you can give back to as well.

Naimish Gohil, CEO, Show My Homework

Fast growth and award-winning innovation in London

Show My Homework is now used by more than 1,000 schools, has scaled to 2.5m users worldwide, and now has offices in London, New York and Los Angeles.

In 2014, the company was awarded the Bett Award for Innovation in ICT, and in 2015 was invited to Downing Street as a Top 12 UK Digital Business.

Key takeaways

A global homework revolution is born in east London:
Teacher Naimish Gohil founded a ground-breaking homework business inside a London classroom in 2011
Show My Homework now employs more than 50 staff in London, with operations in the UK, the US and the Middle East
More than 2.5m users worldwide benefit from Show My Homework

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