300% expansion at educational tech startup, Bada Business

The revenue of the startup, that offers affordable management courses, touched the Rs 100 crore mark in FY 20-21


Thanks to the spike in demand for digital learning during the pandemic, EdTech startup, Bada Business, managed to expand its workforce by almost 300 per cent. It added over 300 new hires across India this financial year.

The platform offers online courses and programmes on business training and skilling for small entrepreneurs and wantrepreneurs. Founded just two years ago, by Vivek Bindra, motivational speaker and business trainer the startup has already crossed the Rs 100 crore revenue mark.

Focussing on setting up new branch offices in tier-2 and tier-3 cities, the startup is hiring aggressively. In 2020 it took on 330 new hires.

With demand for courses increasing in the MSME space, Bada Business is trying to keep up by increasing its presence across the country. In Bindra’s own words, “We have gone up from a 120-employee organisation in early 2020 to as many as 450 employees today.”

Bada Business’ affordable management education programmes have over 75,000 paid users.

The hiring will only continue as the Company is gearing to open 75 new branch offices in the country.

In India, the EdTech sector grew beyond the traditional K12 learning bracket with professionals and senior students opting to upskill themselves through digital courses and programmes.

Bada Business’ learning courses ranging from two months to two years caters to people who are unable to access formal management education. It provides the requisite business skills and knowledge to help small and medium enterprises scale up and reinvent their businesses.

The platform has successfully mentored thousands of small entrepreneurs helping them adapt to the changing business needs of the time.

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