Online education can be a volatile space among ASX-listed stocks. But 3P Learning — best known for its Mathletics program — has built a truly global business that generates strong annuity revenue and is pursuing a range of growth initiatives.

Mathletics now has more than 5.6 million global users across more than 50 countries.

Last financial year 3PL’s EBITDA grew by 20 per cent to $16 million which, on sales of $52.5 million, represented an improved 30 per cent margin.

In this video presentation, ASX tech stock expert Tim Knapton of research and finance marketplace TechVoyage, explains why he believes 3P Learning can accelerate its revenue growth while continuing to expand margins.


Tim Knapton is the founder and CEO of online tech research and finance marketplace TechVoyage which enables investors to appraise listed and unlisted tech companies and for entrepreneurs to finance, acquire and exit them. Previously Tim was Head of Corporate Broking at Deutsche Australia and before that ran a research department for a leading broking house.  Tim has also been a freelance tech/finance journalist for more than 20 years and a columnist with The Australian Financial Review, The Bulletin, BRW, Shares and Australian Business.
This article does not constitute financial product advice. You should consider obtaining independent advice before making any financial decisions.