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Ed-tech startup Eruditus’s valuation soars as investors bet big on executive education in India

Continued education, as executive education is called, has caught the eye of VCs globally. In India, it’s fast emerging as a focus area for investors for two reasons. The pandemic is forcing businesses to upskill. And the New Education Policy will throw up opportunities for collaborations between ed-tech startups and global institutions. Valuations may just soar.
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As the wreckage from the rampaging Covid-19 piles up, it’s becoming crystal clear that businesses, small and big, will have to find new ways of beating this epic crisis. Upskilling and innovation may well become the war cry across boardrooms globally. And educational technology, or ed-tech, startups will be the conduit to deliver customised learning solutions. Globally, continued
– will bring more credibility and value for the best-in-class programmes enabled by companies like Eruditus. As companies and institutions try to comprehend, organise, and implement these changes, there could be more strategic investments and deals. Startups like Eruditus appear poised to ride the wave. ( Research support by Rochelle Britto; g raphics by Abdul Shafiq)
As the wreckage from the rampaging Covid-19 piles up, it’s becoming crystal clear that businesses, small and big, will have to find new ways of beating this epic crisis. Upskilling and innovation may well become the war cry across boardrooms globally. And educational technology, or ed-tech, startups will be the conduit to deliver customised learning solutions. Globally, continued – will bring more credibility and value for the best-in-class programmes enabled by companies like Eruditus. As companies and institutions try to comprehend, organise, and implement these changes, there could be more strategic investments and deals. Startups like Eruditus appear poised to ride the wave. ( Research support by Rochelle Britto; g raphics by Abdul Shafiq)

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