Applyboard to leverage $300-mn funding to expand India operations

Topics funding | Companies | Canada

Canada-based edutech firm Appl­yboard plans to leverage part of $300 million fund it raised in series D round to expand its team in India by three-folds to around 900 employees in two years, a senior official of the company said.

Applyboard has raised $300 milli­on at an enterprise valuation of $3.2 billion led by Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan Board thro­ugh its Teachers' Innovation Platf­orm in the latest funding round.



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