Ed-tech startup Byju’s is now the subject of a case study by the Harvard Business School. It is a matter of pride for the Indian startup ecosystem that the company has received the distinction of being featured by the Harvard Business School. A case study in education technology and how the company arrived at its current,well funded stage, will be taught at the Business School.
What’s more, Byju’s will also be available within and outside Harvard. This comes after the company managed to raise an impressive $30 million funding from Brussels-based family office Verlinvest. The company has also raised investments from the Chan Zuckergberg initiative. While investing in the company, Zuckerberg had said:
I’m optimistic about personalised learning and the difference it can make for students everywhere. That’s why it’s a major focus of our education efforts, and why we’re looking forward to working with companies like BYJU’s to get these tools into the hands of more students and teachers around the world.
The app has already received well over 8 million downloads and it also has over 4,00,000 paid subscribers. You can use the app to prepare for a variety of examinations like K-12, IIT, IAS, GMAT and so on.
Byju’s uses a slew of innovative teaching methods to drive the point home and has received significant appreciation and funding from various quarters. With the app added to Harvard Business School’s case studies, people will have ample opportunity to discover how Byju’s has managed to tap into one of the fastest growing markets in the country.