He Built An $18 Billion Empire From Scratch…
Now he wants to do it again.
Business mogul Terry Booth is throwing his full weight behind a tiny tech company pioneering a breakthrough vision technology.
This little-known company could turn into one of the top stories of the year.
You see, the have quietly developed a proprietary vision-based neurotechnology that “reprograms” the brain and boosts human performance.
It improves speed, cognition and reflexes. And it enhances attention, visual interpretation and reading comprehension, even working memory.
Simply put, it has the potential to transform the lives of millions of students…
Help millions of athletes…
Little wonder why one of the most successful CEO’s of all-time, Terry Booth, jumped at the opportunity to join their team.
This is a high-impact opportunity.
The company is already making waves in the highly lucrative sports industry — top professional sports teams like the Chicago Cubs and Dallas Stars are customers. As are Olympic gold medalists and Formula-3 racing teams.
But as big an opportunity as sports performance is, it pales in comparison to where they’re moving next: the education technology market — a $285 billion opportunity that could catapult the company into the big leagues.
The Key to Unlocking Untapped Potential
Of all the organs in the human body, the most vital to the brain are the eyes.
Humans receive up to 80% of all input through their eyesight.
And in a typical sports environment, that number jumps even higher accounting for as much as 90% of all sensory input.
In fact, half of all neural connections in the human brain are involved in visual function (including cortical, subcortical, cerebellar, and brainstem networks). The eyes alone are responsible for two BILLION neural firings per second.
As a result, it should come as no surprise that vision-based neuroscience represents one of the greatest opportunities to impact performance.
Strengthen the neural connections, and it will translate into improvements on the field… and in the classroom.
It trains the brain to better control the movement of the eyes and as a result can better process what it sees.
Whether it’s a simple task like reading a book, or a more advanced objective like tracking a hockey puck, effective eye movement and control is a crucial factor in performance.
Patients using this breakthrough technology have reported improved speed, cognition and reflexes.
They’ve also experienced enhanced attention, visual interpretation and decision making, even improvements in comprehension and working memory.
Entering The $285 Billion Education Market
The global education technology market is expected to reach $285.2 billion by 2027.
The K-12 market represents the largest revenue share, at over 40% of that.
But as I’m about to explain, the potential impact this advanced technology can have on children is immeasurable. It could make it a lock to be adopted by every school in the U.S.
And right now, there are 98,158 public schools in the United States according to National Center for Educational Statistics. There are also an additional 34,576 private schools.
That’s a total of 132,734 potential schools — just in the US.
Worldwide the number goes up exponentially…
- In the UK there are another 35,500 schools.
- In China it’s another 514,000.
- And in India, there are 1.5 million potential clients
Let me explain…
Each year 3.7 million children start kindergarten in the US.
Millions more enter 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade.
Early school years are considered some of the most crucial in the development of a child and play a major factor in their future success.
In fact, research shows the average learning gains for children in grades K-2 are dramatically greater than those for subsequent years of school.
Moreover, the outcomes of early elementary education, particularly whether a child can read proficiently by third grade, are a powerful predictor of later education and life outcomes.
For example, a study by Annie E. Casey Foundation shows a child’s success in school is directly correlated to life-long earning potential, their ability to contribute to a nation’s economy, and to its security.
It found that as many as 6.6 million children under the age of 8 are at increased risk of dropping out of high school because they can’t read proficiently by the end of third grade.
Vision and learning are intimately related.
Experts say that roughly 80 percent of what a child learns in school is information that’s presented visually.
If a child has a hard time processing what they see, the likelihood of them having reading comprehension problems or learning disabilities increases.
Now get this…
An estimated twenty-five percent of all children suffer from some sort of functional visual dysfunction.
These problems often go undiagnosed by optometrists, potentially creating a snowball effect that could impact a child for the rest of their life.
That’s because typical eye exams usually only test for visual acuity — i.e. sharpness of vision and the ability to discern letters or numbers at a given distance (think “20/20” vision).
They don’t test for functional vision issues or how the brain and eyes work together. And this can have a major impact on the classroom performance of a child.
Why This “Off-Radar” Company Is Primed To Succeed
You have the education technology market that’s expected to reach $285 billion by 2027…
And another multi-billion opportunity in the sports world.
The sheer size of both these markets should have investors salivating.
But what’s even more exciting is that stocks in these industries are some of today’s top performers. Now it’s your time to act.
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