Mumbai, May 11, 2021: uFaber, India’s only bootstrapped & profitable Edtech start-up offering hyper-personalized learning solutions catering to age 7 to adults, today said it would be hiring 1000 work from home (WFH) professionals in the next 6-months. The firm has long been committed to building a distributed workforce, free from geographic boundaries. After a successful run in 2020 with since 5X growth in revenue, this Mumbai based EdTech firm has bigger goals for 2021. To meet its goal uFaber has announced its aggressive hiring plan to hire young and ambitious professionals from across the country.
Commenting on the hiring, Rohit Jain, Co-Founder & CEO, uFaber, said, “While WFH has become the focus during the pandemic, we at uFaber embraced and advocated this model much before. From our experience we have seen that we can find passionate and effective professionals in any part of the country. With a successful 2020 year, we look forward to scaling this further in the years ahead and have ambitious plans in this regard. To achieve 2021 goals, hiring 1000 professionals in next six months is a small milestone in our bigger pursuits.”
About uFaber: Founded in 2015, uFaber is India’s only bootstrapped and profitable edtech venture to have grown to multi-crore revenue organisation which caters to 50000+ learners. It offers hyper-personalised learning solutions from age 7 to adults. uFaber’s mission is to create an utopian education ecosystem, by breaking rigid walls of timetable and classroom, placing the student in the centre of it, powered by “passionate teachers”. Its team right from the founders, to counsellors and mentors are driven by the common purpose of creating and sustaining a culture of learning/growth. Ufaber has a highly specialized team of eMaesters, trainers, who are self-driven and want to make a positive impact in their learner’s lives. It’s a market leader in the IELTS coaching space, a growing footprint in the UPSC, IELTS exam preparation space , and a high growth offering for early career professionals and final year students called Fluent English among others.