Edtech unicorn upGrad acquired WOLVES India for an undisclosed amount

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upGrad Rekrut, a 100% subsidiary of edtech unicorn upGrad acquired a recruitment and staffing company WOLVES India, for an undisclosed amount. WOLVES India will continue to operate independently under the direction of Raghu S.

WOLVES India assists with talent recruitment across the country’s tech startups, as well as multiple mid and large organisations in India and abroad. The firm claims to have completed over 5,000 placements in technical and product roles. According to upGrad, India’s tech industry will continue to see a demand for skilled talent and will be worth $350 billion by FY26.

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Edtech unicorn upGrad acquired WOLVES India for an undisclosed amount

upGrad Rekrut, a 100% subsidiary of edtech unicorn upGrad acquired a recruitment and staffing company WOLVES India, for an undisclosed amount. WOLVES India will continue to operate independently under the direction of Raghu S.

WOLVES India assists with talent recruitment across the country’s tech startups, as well as multiple mid and large organisations in India and abroad. The firm claims to have completed over 5,000 placements in technical and product roles. According to upGrad, India’s tech industry will continue to see a demand for skilled talent and will be worth $350 billion by FY26.

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