What happens when you're fired by Donald Trump for lack of education? You start a learning company, of course! Join us as we dive deep into the world of social learning, courting clients around the world and building on a brand that's a reality TV legend.
Tovuti is a social learning platform that combines proven learning management methods with peer and instructor collaboration on a SaaS platform. With thousands of collaborators around the globe, Tovuti is already leading in private sector education where incumbents like Blackboard have traditionally won.
Troy's down-home charm has lifted his startup sky high by some of the world's most powerful educators, from Boise to NYC to Dubai - here's a story you won't want to miss!
You may recognize Troy McClain as a finalist from the first Season of Donald Trump’s “The Apprentice”. However, his business skills have been in play long before that. Born in Alaska and raised in Montana by a single parent, his mother, Troy, along with his two sisters, learned quickly the meaning of hard work and sacrifice. Troy later applied these lessons to his business ventures. Having built up and sold two separate companies to national organizations, Troy understands the meaning of sacrifice, how to deal with changes in the market, and how to push through barriers to achieve greatness. He has been highlighted in such publications as USA Today, Fast Company, Success Magazine and many more. He has achieved awards such as; the forty under forty Award, Better Business Bureau’s "Integrity Counts" Award, and a High Honors Gold Medal from the International Special Olympics Committee for his dedication and service to the special needs community to name a few. When Troy is not traveling for his hosting and speaking events, he is actively giving back to his community, holding board level seats with several non-profits focused on making positive changes in the lives of children around the globe.