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eLearning Platform Imarticus Learning Raises Investment from a Group of Investors

Imarticus Learning, a platform offering certified industry-endorsed courses in Financial Services, Business Analysis, Business Analytics & Wealth Management has raised a round of funding from a bunch of investors including Amit Nanavati, Investor and entrepreneur,  Tashwinder Singh, Director– KKR, Anil Gudibande – 1 Crowd Founder/Ex MD RBS, Taranjit Jaswal – Director, Barclays and Amit Khanna – ex KPMG Partner.

Imarticus LearningThis freshly raised capital will be used to expand the eLearning business in India as well as in the Asian Markets.

Commenting on the development, Nikhil Barshikar, Founder and MD of the company stated that Imarticus Learninghas been aggressively expanding its product portfolio in Finance and Analytics for its B2C segment while building out a comprehensive B2B portfolio, which includes Staffing, Agile Hiring and Corporate Training. It has developed over twenty programs available through off-line and online delivery channels.  The B2B portfolio has corporate training, train and hire mandates and management development.

The company’s strength is of 100 professionals, domain specialists and training. It is sourcing partnerships with over 150 global firms.

With an estimated $100 billion market size and a growth rate of over 18%, the education sector in India alone is poised to witness major growth in the years. Asia is the second largest market with revenues from e-Learning products in Asia projected to reach $12.1 billion in 2018, up from $7.9 billion in 2013. The goal will be to set up a state of the art technology infrastructure to help scale the retail platform domestically and internationally, focusing initially on the UAE, Hong Kong and Indonesia markets.


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