News: Classplus to hire over 200 employees in Bangalore

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Classplus to hire over 200 employees in Bangalore

The company will be hiring across engineering, product, and business development roles over the next six months to support the ongoing advancement of their products and platform.
Classplus to hire over 200 employees in Bangalore

The e-commerce enablement platform for coaching centers, Classplus is planning to expand its Bangalore team by adding over 200 new employees across entry, mid and senior-level positions in 2021. Earlier this year, the company opened a new tech office in Bangalore to strengthen its presence in the key geography of South India. By connecting with and hiring highly skilled tech and product talent that Bangalore is recognised for, Classplus aims to solidify their position in the South market.

The company will be hiring across engineering, product, and business development roles over the next six months to support the ongoing advancement of their products and platform, which must scale to meet the growing demand for their white-labeled solution.

“Since our inception in 2018, Classplus has brought about and accelerated the digital transformation of coaching centers and educators across India. As we scale to newer heights, we are looking to add more technology and product experts to our expanding workforce. We are extremely excited about our new office in Bangalore as it offers us access to a highly skilled tech workforce that will prove instrumental in our growth.” commented Mukul Rustagi, Co-founder, Classplus.

Currently, Classplus has 700+ employees across their offices in Noida, Hyderabad, and Bangalore. Classplus and its teams looks to offer to its employees an opportunity to work with growth-centric knowledge. Spurred by the pandemic induced lockdowns, Classplus has witnessed a frenzied growth with their educator base growing 10X across 1,500 cities serving 20 million+ students. Since 2020, the startup has raised funding thrice from investors like Tiger Global, GSV Ventures, Sequoia Capital, Falcon Edge, Blume Ventures and several others. As the edtech sector continues to flourish and looks ahead towards more growth, it witnesses a plethora of players emerge. For each company in this rapidly growing sector, it is critical to stay unique with its offerings. Driven by tech, the product design, experience, ease of use, and adoption will be key things Classplus would need to focus on, as it looks to scale amid rising competition.

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