Pearson Affordable Learning Fund Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

A in house venture capital fund for affordable private schools at the base of the pyramid established by Pearson, the world's biggest education firm, PALF sought to invest in business models providing superior educational consequences in emerging markets on a profitable and scalable basis. The business thought PALF's lessons might be appropriate to Pearson's core companies with Pearson's overall strategy changing from the developed to the developing world and from a supplier of novels to a host of other learning products and services.

By 2014, Katelyn Donnelly, were close to totally investing the $15 million earmarked for the initiative and Managing Director of PALF, and her team had made seven investments in Asia and Africa. In PALF's Investment Committee's upcoming meeting, a recommendation should be made: should Pearson allocate more cash that is internal or should they open it up to third party investors?

PUBLICATION DATE: March 26, 2015 PRODUCT #: 315109-PDF-ENG

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