E-Learning Startup Simplilearn Looking For Content Led Acquisitions; On Track to Clock Rs 100 cr Revenues
E-learning startup Simplilearn which raised $10 mn in series B funding from Helion Venture Partners & Kalaari Capital last month, is on track to reaching Rs 100 cr in revenues this year and is also looking to acquire companies that have a good content base in the learning space
E-Learning Startup Simplilearn Raises $10 mn in Series B from Helion Venture Partners & Kalaari Capital
Bangalore based e-learning startup Simplilearn has raised $10 mn in series B funding from Helion Venture Partners and Kalaari Capital.
The Academe suite consists of 3 major systems comprising of a collaboration tool called Learning management system to set up group assignments and community networking, an attendance management system and a video lecture composition and delivery system.
iPad based e-learning Co Tabtor raises $1 mn from SoundBoard Angel Fund, Aarin Capital Partners & Others
New Jersey based PrazAs, the makers of tablet based adaptive learning solution Tabtor, has raised $1 mn from investors.
Edukart, founded in 2011 by Ishan Gupta, an alumnus of Stanford and Mayank Gupta, an IIM-K alumnus, sells courses online. The company offers courses in different sectors including retail, finance, digital marketing and programming.
This post compares two services with different approaches to teaching beginners – Teamtreehouse and Codelearn.
The Pune based startup has now pivoted to a crowdsourcing model for generating interactive coding examples & exercises for its learning zone.
Pune based CourseBuffet enables users to discover and compare online learning resources. The site lists over 500 online courses from leading universities such as Harvard, Stanford, IIT Delhi and providers such as Coursera, edX, Udacity etc and is building a meta search engine on top of these available courses.
Besides e-learning, the digitized school products segment with companies like Educomp, Everonn and NIIT dominating the scene is also growing. The market for digitized learning products in private schools is likely to grow 20 % cagr to reach $ 2 bn by 2020
It will be a long long time before good old classroom teaching disappears (perhaps never) but alternative methods such as e-learning is certainly picking up. Suburban schools that flaunt “smart” classes and a digital teaching experience stand testimony to the…