HackerEarth eyes aggressive US ops, expects biz to rise from 35% to 60%

HackerEarth works on a developer community model where a large number of enterprise clients looking for innovative solutions pay annual fees to access HackerEarth's community

Vivek Prakash (left) and Sachin Gupta, co-founders of HackerEarth

Vivek Prakash (left) and Sachin Gupta, co-founders of HackerEarth

Bengaluru-based software innovation provider and a leading hackathon organiser, HackerEarth, is seeking to grow its US business aggressively in 2019. While the company has clients and developers across the global,

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First Published: Dec 1 2018 | 5:45 PM IST

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