Ask.Careers is an employability focussed training, assessment & job placement EdTech platform.

Basic Information

Ask.Careers is a smart institute Initiative providing a range of industry-oriented diplomas in areas like Management, BFSI, Real Estate, Digital Marketing, Media, etc. Courses are all offered through a blended learning model using mobile apps supported by in-class workshops in locations around India. These courses are offered through a blended learning model using its mobile app supported by in-class workshops provided through its institute partners around India. With a legacy of over a hundred years, the Sahani Group is a well-known name in the education sector in India with multiple institutions under its umbrella. Members are in the management of more than 28 iconic colleges in Mumbai, including Thadomal Sahani Centre for Management, Thadomal Sahani Centre for Media & Communication, Thadomal Sahani Engineering College, HR College, KC College, National College & Others. Some of the courses offered by Ask.Careers are Professional Diploma in Banking and Financial Services, Professional Diploma in Digital Marketing, and Certificate in Business English. See more

Legal Name

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Smart Institute Pvt. Ltd.

Headquarters

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Mumbai, Maharashtra , India

Business Model

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B2C, 

B2B2C 

Founding Date

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2016

No. of Employees

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61 to 100

Core Team

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1.

Akhil Shahani

Founder

Timeline
2015
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Jan | Founding Team Hired
Hired a team with an e-learning background to initiate development of ASK.CAREERS platform
2016
Jan | Awards
We have received a range of Global & Indian awards.
May | Raised Funding
Raised CCPS funding from HNIs & Family Offices.
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Target Market

B2B

Colleges & Training institutes offering vocational courses.

Client Segment

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EdTech/Education

Target Companies

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Small Enterprise, Medium Enterprise, Large Enterprise

B2C

Students from Tier 2/3 locations looking to get trained & placed in white collar jobs.

User Age

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18 to 25, 26 to 34

User Income

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Lower Income, Lower-middle Income