Over the past year, Imarticus Learning, an education firm, has been expanding its operations. In its latest acquisition, the company has acquired Hero Mindmine, a platform under the Hero Group that offers learning solutions and intensive training to individuals to help them overcome the challenges of their profession.
The undisclosed acquisition has augmented Imarticus Learning’s presence in the B2B training industry, as per reported by BW Disrupt.
After the acquisition, Imarticus Learning’s position as a transformative edtech company will be further enhanced. It will act as a comprehensive Sales Excellence Academy, providing sales onboarding and upskilling programs, customized training solutions, sales management, and leadership programs, sales enablement and coaching, as well as e-learning and game-based learning content development services.
Speaking of the acquisition, Mr. Nikhil Barshikar, Founder of Imarticus Learning, said, “We are proud of this acquisition and look forward to learning more from the employees and the organizations engaged with erstwhile Hero Mindmine. With this acquisition, we will be able to expand further into the field of sales training solutions to emerge as the most reliable and robust player in the field.”
Imarticus Learning aims to increase its portfolio’s sales training capabilities through this acquisition and establish itself as the most reliable company in the B2B training sector.
This marks Imarticus’s third acquisition, with previous acquisitions including Skillenza and StartOnboard. The company intends to continue this trend and is seeking valuable assets and planning additional acquisitions for the current year.
“Working under the banner of Imarticus learning will be a defining experience for our people who will now be a part of the new organization. We are impressed with the milestones that Imarticus Learning has crossed in a short period, as well as the capabilities they bring to the table. In the coming months and years, we hope Imarticus benefits as many students and professionals as possible,” said Sunil Kant Munjal, Chairman of Hero Enterprise, the founding organization behind Hero Mindmine.