David Topolewski ‘s Qooco Educating The Underprivileged
Qooco, the dream project of David Topolewski has educated several hundred underprivileged individuals aspiring for a better life. And it won’t be wrong to say that his project has been able to live up to the expectations of the society. The purpose with which the education digital platform was launched has yielded good results. English is one of the languages that are taught aside from Chinese Mandarin. David Topolewski has been able to reach out to the professionals at large as his online or mobile classes have reached individuals as far as Indonesia, Cambodia, and Philippines. He trains individuals mainly with the focus of getting them employed in the hospitality industry.
Benefits of Studying at Qooco
David Topolewski has designed the educational training programs in such a way that students are bound to benefit from the same. First and foremost, the number of teachers catering to the number of students is well balanced. In other words, the student to teacher ratio is very good. Qooco has employed a team of well versed artists, technologists, designers, and educators that impart training. Also, if it is found that a particular teacher is not being able to satisfy any student, it is made sure that the student is assigned another teacher depending on the suitability and availability of the teaching staff.
Some of the features that has proved to be of great help to students in the learning process include analysis of verbal tone, pronunciation, language and speaking ability analysis, and the like. David Topolweski was the first person to realize the needs of these underprivileged professionals and as such took the plunge that paid off very well.
It is a well known fact that unless a person is educated, he will perhaps not understand the value of education (vocational skills, in particular). David Topolewski is a well learned person. He completed his graduation in Arts with major in Economics from Yale University. He then decided to get employed and came to be associated with Smith Barney. Here, his role was to look after issues related to merger analysis and entering into business proposals with companies operating in the retail, technology, and energy sector. However, hereafter, he further pursued his studies and enrolled for his post graduation in financial management and operations from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.
Having completed his education, he became associated with investment bank Houlihan Lokey, where he took up the responsibility of dealing with mergers and acquisitions of the company, solvency issues, and valuation. He became the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of a well known food provider dealing with high end wine, cuisine, and gourmet in California and Asia. As CFO, he also joined an interior designing firm called HBA/Hirsch Bedner Associates that dealt with heavyweight clients like The Ritz Carlton, Hyatt, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, and Shangri-La.
His knack for technology developed when he joined a start up production studio 7th Level that was into computer gaming. Also, it was here that he conceived the idea of Qooco the idea that has prospered ever since it was launched.