With the launch of his company’s flagship product, BYJU’S - The Learning App, the company saw two million downloads within three months of its roll out, further transforming the way students learn. With a holistic approach towards education, the app makes learning interactive, adaptive, and personalized through its animated videos, games, quizzes, and more.
Celebrating every type of learner, BYJU’S programs use technology to adapt to the needs of each student’s style and pace. Engagement is at the core of every experience to drive improved cognition, understanding, and learning outcomes.
BYJU’S mission to create new-age, global learning tools is seated at the cross section of technology, interactive content and personalized learning methodologies. The company’s acquisition of Osmo, WhiteHat Jr, and others has further diversified the fields of study and reach.
History of BYJU’S
BYJU’S was founded in 2011 as Think and Learn Pvt Ltd by teacher and engineer Byju Raveendran. Based in Bangalore India, with offices in Palo Alto, CA, the company quickly grew into one of the world’s largest EdTech companies and one of the top 5 most valued private internet companies in India.
Its flagship product, BYJU’S - The Learning App, was launched in India in 2015 and now reaches more than 95 million registered students around the world, with 6.5 million annual paying subscribers. Students spend on average 71 minutes a day learning from educational content on the platform.
In 2019, the Disney BYJU’S Early Learn App was launched in India to offer personalized, interactive programs for young learners.
Most recently, BYJU’S has introduced their first suite of products in North America for grades PreK-3rd, BYJU’S Learning App and BYJU’S Magic Workbooks featuring Disney.
BYJU’S currently employs more than 10,000 people worldwide, including a Content and Research team of 2,500+ highly qualified educators and Learning Science experts who research and develop the curriculum.
A digital-first company, BYJU’S continues to revolutionize education with strong partnerships from Tiger Global, Naspers Ventures, CPPIB, private equity firm General Atlantic, Chan-Zuckerberg Initiative, Tencent, Sequoia Capital, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Sofina, Verlinvest, Owl Ventures, and Times Internet.
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