Irwin Anand on how Udemy plans to grow in India (and other top stories of the day)

YourStory speaks to the former OLX COO to see how he plans to grow the local team and deepen the company’s investment in the region.

26th Oct 2019
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With more than 40 million students from over 190 countries, San Francisco-based Udemy is now betting on India’s $1.96 billion edtech market. Started in 2010, Udemy is an online learning platform for individuals, companies, and governments that allows experts everywhere to develop courses on thousands of topics and share their knowledge with learners.


As the chief of the Udemy’s India operations, Irwin Anand is now setting up the online learning platform’s first office in the country. YourStory speaks to the former OLX COO to see how he plans to grow the local team and deepen the company’s investment in the region.


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