Bryony Cole’s 6-week Sextech School for founders is returning next week

Bryony Cole Sextech School

The 2022 Sextech School course, a six week-long online series of lectures and classes aimed at sextech entrepreneurs, is set to launch on September 1. It will include modules on brand reputation, community engagement and business-building.

Launched in 2020 by sextech consultant and speaker Bryony Cole, the next enrolment period for this year’s Sextech School accelerator course intake runs from August 22-26. It costs $97 a month for the standard 12-month option, or $65 a month for an 18-month option.

The course will include live workshops with sextech experts, Q&A sessions, group coaching events, lectures and access to a private community of Sextech School members on Slack.

Kenneth Play: knows his way around a tool
Kenneth Play: knows his way around a tool

Speakers set to be involved in Sextech School this year include Kenneth Play, a noted ‘sex hacker’ and something of an expert on squirting, plus disability activist and sextech consultant Andrew Gurza along with his sister and business partner Heather Morrison. Gurza and Morrison run the sextech company Bump’n together.

Others set to appear include our very own SEXTECHGUIDE Commissioning Editor Oli Lipski and Ola Miedzynska, organizer of the annual retail-focused Sxtech.Eu conference.

Module titles and subjects set for the course include ‘Foundational Industry Knowledge’, ‘Building a Brand and Reputation’, ‘Community Engagement’ and ‘Building a Business’.

Read next: A career in sextech is more attractive than ever – but why?

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Jamie F

Jamie F

Jamie is a freelance writer, contributing to outlets such as The Guardian, The Times, The Telegraph, CNN and Vice.

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