Recently Business Insider, as part of an interview series with three other businesses, asked EP how we had adjusted to ‘The new normal’.

As the coronavirus forced people into self-isolation and businesses into shutdown, Australians have had to adjust to a new normal.

Take Education Perfect, an online education platform that suddenly found its wares in more demand than ever. As schools physically shut down and learning moved to the home, it understood there was a window to push into new markets. The platform began offering free licences for institutions in Asia at the beginning of the outbreak. Allowing schools to use it until the start of May, the business expanded the offer worldwide as the virus spread, signing up more than half a million users in over 100 countries.“If you really embrace the challenge and everyone comes together, you can get a huge amount done in a short space of time,” CFO Simon Robinson said.