ETS provides educational testing and evaluation services.
ETS is headquartered in Princeton, New Jersey. Walt MacDonald is the CEO of ETS. The main competitors of ETS are Testpublishers, Board College and TOEFL. As of August 2019, ETS had 183.7 thousand Facebook fans and 1.5 thousand Twitter followers.
ETS’s Competitors, Revenue, Number of Employees, Funding and Acquisitions
Ets top competitors include: Testpublishers, The College Board, TOEFL, Scholarships, CampusLogic, LTI, HMH, McGraw-Hill, Cengage Learning and Chegg.
Together they raised more than 717.0 million. People among their 14.7 thousand employees. ETS has 3,500 employees and ranks 4th among the top 10 competitors. Top 10 competitors averaging 1,642.
- Website: ets.org
- Social Media Links: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
- Founded: 1947
- Est. Annual Revenue: $1.4B
- Est. Employees: 3,500
- Headquarters: 660 Rosedale Rd Princeton, New Jersey 08540
Testpublishers was one of the main competitors of ETS. Testpublishers is a privately held company that was founded at zero in Washington, DC. Testpublishers works in the industry. Compared to ETS, Testpublishers employs 3,490 less people.
The College Board
The College Board is considered one of the largest competitors to ETS. College Board is an NGO / NCO / NFP / Organization / Association company that was founded in New York, New York, in 1900. The board of directors is engaged in NGOs / NPOs / NFPs. The college council has 2,874 less employees than ETS.
TOEFL is considered one of the largest competitors of ETS. TOEFL was founded at,} at zero. TOEFL competes in the field of NGO / NGO / NFP. Compared to ETS, TOEFL generates $ 1.4 billion less in revenue.