How an Indian small-town boy built a 15 Million $ EdTech Start-up — Digpu

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KnowledgeHut under the leadership of Subramanyam Reddy has trained over 250,000 professionals across 70 countries.

One is always intrigued by stories of successful entrepreneurs and their high-flying Start-ups. Their journey to success is not as smooth as it sounds. Here is a story of how a small-town boy from India with 10k $ built a 15 Million $ business to impact more than 250,000 professionals.

About the Man himself & his incredible journey

Subramanyam Reddy, affectionately known as Subbu, was born in 1983 in a small town called Kadapa in Andhra Pradesh. In 2007, he completed his MBA in HR & Marketing with the dream of becoming an entrepreneur.

KnowledgeHut’s Milestones

Today, KnowledgeHut has trained over 250,000 professionals across 70 countries, their high-quality curriculum and pedagogy with 65% more engagement, 95% latest content & real-world experiences. It promises to be the next revolution of learning. KH is proud to have been accredited by world’s best-known training bodies such as PMI®, Scaled Agile Inc., Scrum Alliance®, PeopleCert, as their Registered Education Provider (REP).

Road Ahead

As we embrace this new normal triggered by the Global Pandemic, KH has developed an AI-powered platform, PRISM to take learning to the next level. This is an Immersive Learning Approach, which at each stage becomes a virtual companion for every Learner, guiding them to explore & improve skills that differentiates them from the crowd. These programs include live instructor-led classes, self-paced learning modes & self-learning online modes. As they continue to redefine the Global Blended Model Approach (GBMA) with their Immersive Learning Experience Platform they are moving closer to their endeavour of enabling professionals across the Globe to apply their acquired skills consistently, with a shorter learning curve & significantly higher subject retention.

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