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UAE's global EdTech company acquires India-based British consultancy

A UAE-based global EdTech company has announced the acquisition of a UK-born world-renowned leadership consultancy firm, which is working out of India


Press Trust of India  |  Dubai 

Ed-tech platforms began offering many products for free in a race to pull in new and to convince existing users to stay with their platforms

A UAE-based global company has

announced the acquisition of a UK-born world-renowned leadership consultancy firm, which is working out of India.

According to an official announcement, Library21 MEA Holdings Limited (formerly known as Coded Minds), has acquired Inspirational Development Group (IDG), global leadership and business performance consultancy.

IDG has a strong footprint in India where it is offering leadership consultancy to leading national companies from financial services, technology and industrial sectors. It is also known for its two-decades-old partnership with Royal Military Academy in Sandhurst- UK.

Omar Farooqui, Founder, and President of Library21 said that IDG's strategic acquisition expands the company's geographical footprint in India, UK, Oman, and South Africa.

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First Published: Sun, October 25 2020. 20:27 IST