The edutech startup, uFaber, is gearing up to expand its team over the next six months. It will take on 1,000 employees in work-from-home roles as part of its attempt to grow five times. The edtech startup that offers personalised learning solutions, already has a million learners on board. However, its aim is to achieve 10 million learners over the next two years. It is also looking to expand its team of trainers, which is presently 2,800 strong.
uFaber is working to increase its subscriber base from 60,000 to 1 lakh across offerings. The platform, which posted a revenue of Rs 35 crore in 2020-21, is looking at tripling the same to Rs 100 crore in the ongoing financial year via subscriptions and expanded client base.
With the pandemic fuelling the growing significance of online learning and training, more students are realising the importance of learning outside the curriculum. The help of an expert in training and coaching is being welcomed by students and their guardians.
It has harnessed the talent of qualified women professionals by offering them the opportunity to work from home with its “eMaester” programme, that comprises 2,800 women trainers.
Already offering over 3,000 hours of video content and a base of over 60,000 students, uFaber is known for its interactive videos, which can be easily accessed using an app or via the web.