Common Sense Media is a non-profit organization that "provides education and advocacy to families to promote safe technology and media for children." Tin Can analyzed and informed Common Sense Media's go-to-market strategy for its web-based digital literacy curriculum targeted at K12 students and teachers.
QPI Education develops kits and standards-aligned STEM curriculum to enable teachers of all backgrounds to successfully teach elementary and high school students computer programming in a fun, project-based way. Tin Can provides ongoing advising on several fronts: marketing, team development and financing.
SEO Scholars is a free eight-year academic program that prepares low-income public high school students for admission to the nation's most competitive colleges and supports them through college graduation. Tin Can helped inform the organization's growth strategy in the SF Bay area by assessing the competitive landscape.
Hopelab is a social innovation lab focused on designing science-based technologies to improve the health and well-being of teens and young adults. Tin Can has completed numerous projects for Hopelab, ranging from product strategies and roadmaps to needs assessments and competitive analyses.
LeapFrog designs, develops, and markets technology-based learning products and related content for the education of children from infancy through grade school. Tin Can conducted competitive research and authored various requirements documents for a suite of new student and parent websites.
NameCoach enables schools to capture and manage student names with audio recordings, providing teachers and administrators with easy-to-learn name pronunciations in all the databases. Tin Can provides ongoing advising in regards to go-to-market planning and financing strategy.