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Why startups should focus on tech-assisted education models

06 February, 2018

India’s online education market is projected to grow eight times to reach close to $2 billion by 2021 as the number of users rise, says a joint report by Alphabet Inc.’s Google and auditing firm KPMG. This will create more opportunities for both entrepreneurs and investors in the ed-tech segment. A panel of executives from education companies and investment firms discussed the challenges and opportunities in the segment at the News Corp VCCircle Education Investment Summit. Watch the video for more.

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