Munjal family-led Hero Group’s ed-tech venture Hero Vired has started a new business vertical to expand its footprint in the corporate training market. The B2B arm – Vired for Business – will work with enterprises in upskilling employees, sourcing talent, recruiting recruits, implementing internal learning programs, and setting up internal knowledge academies, the firm said on Tuesday.
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“With technology changing the way we work, all areas of business from talent management to recruitment, business operations to learning & development, the workplace has gone through a rapid evolution over the past couple of years. To be successful, organisations need to perform at greater speed and agility. However, most companies find themselves unprepared in terms of skills or resources. With Vired for Business, we want to address the skill gap challenge comprehensively,” said Akshay Munjal, founder and chief executive of Hero Vired.
“At Hero Vired, we provide comprehensive training that meets industry needs. Due to our learning pedagogy, unique programs, and core expertise, we enjoy an edge in the industry. Vired for Business expands Hero Vired’s reach in the country by addressing the challenges companies face when training, inducting or skilling their employees,” Munjal added.