Monday, March 04, 2024
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In a statement, LEAD said it is targeting 1 lakh plus low-fee schools, to transform education in India’s small towns

The development marks the third senior leadership elevation at LEAD in the last six months with plans to build strong and capable teams for 2X growth

Some of the demands of India’s edtech sector include continued funding support, lowering of GST taxes and incentives for further formalisation of the country’s digital learning space

The acquisition comes after LEAD raised Rs 35 crore from venture debt firm Alteria Capital

Exuding confidence about edtech being the biggest growth story for the next five years, Krishna still claims to be No. 2 in the K-12 segment and rubbishes media reports about layoffs