Well, it’s been quite a while since this blog was updated, so I thought I’ll check if any of you is still around! Pardon us, for we’ve been busy cooking up a few interesting items that we’ll be showcasing to you in the coming days. And we also promise that we’ll post more often and share our learnings, experiences and what we’re doing towards revolutionizing how education is being delivered (in our own small ways).
Over the last few months, we have been mentioned in some of the leading publications of the country and also got recognized for the work we’re doing. It’s very nice when such attention and recognition comes our way. It pushes us to do more, better!
In case you missed it, we were featured in the Independence Day Special edition of Young Turks on CNBC TV18 as one of the impactful startups in the education space. Here’s the video:
The recent issue of Forbes India magazine has featured us in the ‘Check-in’ section. The article is accompanied by a very interesting infographic that compares our solution CourseHub with other solutions/technologies and lays out the advantages in a very simple and effective manner. That goes right into our marketing arsenal! You can read the article here – Aurus Network’s Cloud-Based Online Courses.
Oh, and Diwali celebrations reached us a little ahead of time as we were recognized as among the NASSCOM Emerge 50 companies.
NASSCOM Emerge 50 Awards program annually identifies showcases and supports Top 50 highly innovative and agile Emerging & Start-up companies that are foraying into untapped territories and redefining the way IT can make a difference.
We’re among the winners in Emerge 40 segment in the Start-up category. You can see us and the other winners here (you’ll need to scroll down the page). A very nice Diwali gift, isn’t it? And we also celebrated Diwali with an Ethnic Day celebration in the office. Here are some photos:
But where’s everyone?
Enjoying the sumptuous lunch!
We wish (slightly belated, but nonetheless) all our followers and well-wishers a very happy Diwali and look forward to your continued support and encouragement.
* While we’re Pink Floyd fans for sure, we’re definitely not in a Comfortably Numb state. What else, then? High Hopes, for sure. Money, oh yes!