GUS Education India launches

GUS Education India launches

We are delighted to announce that GUS Education India has launched.

Based in Hyderabad’s tech district, GUS Education India aims to work with local companies to invest in the latest technology and develop innovative solutions.

 GUS Founder & CEO, Aaron Etingen commented: “GUS Education India is the fastest growing part of our business. We have been operating in India for the last 15 years, and it has always been a key market for us in terms of student recruitment. Now we want to make the most of the country’s entrepreneurial and highly-qualified workforce to develop the next wave of technology and innovation in education. We will be working very closely with blue-chip companies and start-ups in India and internationally to achieve that.”

With an office in the HITEC City campus, where other tech giants are also based, the company employs over 100  staff – from digital specialists to marketers. The plan, according to Mr Etingen, is to grow further.

Leading the operations in Hyderabad is Manging Director, Shashi Jaligama who said: “We are looking to build a stronghold in Hyderabad and will be creating jobs to support our global operations.

“The ambition is to lead the way when it comes to innovation and technology for the education industry and we will need the most creative and innovative professionals to join GUS. As well as a great working environment, we will be offering excellent career prospects and opportunities for growth.”

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