TalentEdge to invest Rs 40 cr in expansion; close to acquisition

V. Rishi Kumar Hyderabad | Updated on March 14, 2013

Premier education company TalentEdge has finalised plans to invest Rs 40 crore for expansion, which will see the company rapidly grow its chain of learning centres across in the country.

"In addition to increasing the number of centres from 27 now to 100 by next year, including about 9-10 in Andhra Pradesh, we are close to making an acquisition in the learning space. This would involve additional investments," Aditya Malik, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of TalentEdge, said.

Speaking to newspersons here today he said the Mumbai-based company offers leaning and training programmes for executives in tie up with corporate entities, to students and executive programmes for companies and mid-career development programmes.

"Soon we will be launching an online training programme which can be accessed from any desktop with a broadband connection. We have tied up with some of the top universities to offer these online courses," he said.

The learning company provides training in three broad areas of information technology, banking and finance. "By providing critical training inputs, we groom students to take up the career of choice. Likewise, through a tie up with more than 300 corporate houses, we offer training to their staff mostly within their campus," he said.

Malik was in Hyderabad to open the company’s first learning campus in Hyderabad at Kukatpally near the IT hub. The Hyderabad centre was inaugurated by Bidhan Kankate, Regional Director, Nasscom.

TalentEdge works with both students and professionals offering quality education through innovative approaches. This helps them develop through certification courses or complement their job skills.

Published on March 14, 2013

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