Business Standard

upGrad Abroad to hire 500 freshers in 3 months to expand business

The fresh recruits would be made across multiple sub-departments including sales, marketing, technology and product, upGrad Abroad said in a statement

Mayank Kumar, Co-Founder & MD, upGrad

Mayank Kumar, Co-Founder & MD, upGrad

Press Trust of India Mumbai

Listen to This Article

Edtech player upGrad's arm, upGrad Abroad, on Monday said it plans to add 500 members in the next three months to further expand its business footprints.
The fresh recruits would be made across multiple sub-departments including sales, marketing, technology and product, upGrad Abroad said in a statement.
This recruitment will mainly be fresh talent directly from college campuses and universities to accelerate employability.
We have built a strong business model that is minimising geographical barriers not just for our learners but also for the back-end teams. Hence, it's critical for us to get more of such young employees on-board who are keen on international exposure and can work in sync with the brand's mission of easing the skilled talent mobility for several global economies," upGrad Abroad President Ankur Dhawan said.
The vertical also expects to break even this year and cross Rs 500 crore of annual gross revenue during 2023-24. "We are building strong business pockets across the country to ensure enhanced operational and cost efficiencies," upGrad CHRO Saurabh Deep Singla added.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

Don't miss the most important news and views of the day. Get them on our Telegram channel

First Published: May 29 2023 | 7:15 PM IST

Explore News