How Indian Education Technology Startups Are Going Global
Education technology firms such as Aspiring Minds, Xseed Education, Mindler and Byju’s have ventured abroad or are on the verge of entering suitable markets.
Three years into his business, Prateek Bhargava, founder of education technology startup Mindler, has ventured into five countries, including Russia and Singapore, and is evaluating few more markets abroad.
According to the firm that helps students in career assessment and counselling and planning, technology adoption in education delivery and assessment is growing as a sector, and it is better to venture out for a bigger market pie. “It’s no more about saturate in India before going global…if your product is good then why not,” said Bhargava.