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The Byju’s brains trust: the who’s who of the team that steers the USD8 billion startup

In less than a decade, Byju's has made its place among India's most valued startups. Strong leadership since its fledgling days has helped it become today’s ed-tech giant, which Byju Raveendran strategically shaped with layers of managers and lateral hires. Here's the low-down on its leaders and their spheres of influence.
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Startups are rapidly evolving organisations. Who would have imagined an entrance-coaching centre in a nondescript building in the busy Bengaluru suburb of Koramangala would emerge as a global ed-tech leader valued at USD8 billion in a decade or so? Byju’s isn’t taking a moment to pause for the pandemic. Rather it is doubling down on its efforts to evangelise online
still finds time to play football and leads his team on the playfield after work hours. Caricatures of Byju and his team playing football adorn the office walls. He will need to put in place the formation of his troopers sooner than later, a switch from the total-football tactic he has so far employed. ( Graphic by Sadhana Saxena)
Startups are rapidly evolving organisations. Who would have imagined an entrance-coaching centre in a nondescript building in the busy Bengaluru suburb of Koramangala would emerge as a global ed-tech leader valued at USD8 billion in a decade or so? Byju’s isn’t taking a moment to pause for the pandemic. Rather it is doubling down on its efforts to evangelise online still finds time to play football and leads his team on the playfield after work hours. Caricatures of Byju and his team playing football adorn the office walls. He will need to put in place the formation of his troopers sooner than later, a switch from the total-football tactic he has so far employed. ( Graphic by Sadhana Saxena)

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