SoftBank-backed Unacademy announces teacher stock options worth $40 mn

Unacademy competes with players such as Byju's, Vedantu, Simplilearn, UpGrad, Amazon Academy, and traditional education institutes

Unacademy founders, Roman Saini

Unacademy founders: In this pic, Gaurav Munjal is standing at the centre while Hemesh Singh is in black jacket (right) and Roman Saini is in grey jacket (left).

Softbank-backed edtech start-up Unacademy, has announced Teacher Stock Options (TSOPs), the first educator liquidity event for educators on the platform. Over $40 million stocks will be issued to Unacademy educators

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First Published: Jul 29 2021 | 11:17 PM IST

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