Delhi-based Ed-tech startup Digiperform has raised $3.6 Mn in an institutional funding round from HT Media,the company said in a statement.
Bengaluru, 09 Jan, 2019. RedNewswire/-
Digiperform, owned by Digital Performance Media Pvt. Ltd has raised $3.6 Mn from HT Media which publishes Hindustan Times and Mint besides owning other properties.
The newly raised funds will be used to accelerate its growth and build brand awareness and marketing in India.
The company was founded in 2014 by Manu Jolly and Vaibhav Vats. It offers short-term skill-training courses for job seekers, professionals and business owners for building digital skills.
Manu Jolly, co-founder and chief executive of Digiperform said, “We are focused on creating highly skilled and efficient manpower to support digital economy in India by offering in-demand, job role-specific curriculum and training.”
Digiperform offers over 50 digital marketing training programmes that are designed for 10 different job industries. The company claims to have trained more than 15,000 fresh graduates, professionals and entrepreneurs.
The company counts Adobe, Microsoft, Wunderman, Airtel, HCL, ICICI Bank, Snapdeal, Quikr, Bajaj and Accenture among its clients.