News: upGrad integrates Talentedge; Talentedge's owner takes stake in upGrad at $2 Bn value

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upGrad integrates Talentedge; Talentedge's owner takes stake in upGrad at $2 Bn value

Talentedge is in the top four higher edtech companies In India, with strong partnerships with leading universities for degree programmes, and also for working professionals.
upGrad integrates Talentedge; Talentedge's owner takes stake in upGrad at $2 Bn value

Asia’s higher edtech major upGrad today confirmed closing and integrating all of Talentedge’s business with upGrad.

Talentedge is in the top four higher edtech companies In India, with strong partnerships with leading universities for degree programmes, and also for working professionals. 

Under the upGrad umbrella, Talendedge will operate under its own name and in the coming financial year is slated to cross a gross revenue of Rs 150 crore ($20 million).

Talentedge was valued at Rs 205 crore ($27 million) and the near 100% share swap transaction was done at an upGrad value of $2 billion.

“Talentedge has created a strong business for itself over the last decade and we are very happy to join forces with upGrad to scale this together to new heights. We have a deep belief in the future of Edtech. Talentedge integrated inside upGrad will be a formidable combination that will be very value accretive for both,” said Narayanan V who leads Private Investments at the Sekhsaria Family Office, 100% owners of Talentedge. 

“The coming together of Talentedge with upGrad cements our leadership position in India’s LifeLongLearning market and we see great synergies, cost savings and our ability to scale and consolidate,” added  Mayank Kumar, co-founder & MD, upGrad.

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