The Times Group's Brand Capital
We have recently partnered with Brand Capital, the strategic investment arm of Bennett Coleman and Company Limited, commonly known as The Times Group. It is an honour to have entered into this strategic partnership with India's biggest media conglomerate. This partnership comes at a right time when NumberNagar is geared up for national level expansion, providing the required boost for effective brand building. The Times Group believes in our vision for education - making a difference in each child's learning experience by making it contextual, engaging and enjoyable. We are happy to work together with them to touch as many children's lives as possible.
January 10, 2019
NumberNagar® Ad in The Times of India, Bengaluru Edition
NumberNagar® is an Innovation in Experiential learning (Maths, English, Science), for children of ages 6 to 14, with the objective of making learning contextual, engaging and enjoyable.
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The Times of India, Bengaluru Edition
November 02, 2018
Times Group’s Brand Capital and Bengaluru-based NumberNagar® enter into a strategic partnership; Times Group acquires strategic stake
Brand Capital, the strategic investment arm of Bennett Coleman and Company Limited, commonly known as The Times Group, has recently acquired strategic stakes in Bengaluru-based NumberNagar®, a premier Innovation in Experiential Learning (Maths, English, Science). The strategic partnership is a significant milestone towards achieving NumberNagar®'s vision of 'being the household name as creators of disruptive learning solutions'. This partnership is intended to enhance brand visibility at a national level and boost expansion of NumberNagar®'s franchise business across India.
Launched in 2013, NumberNagar® - a uniquely designed experiential learning solution for children of ages 6 to 14 with the objective of making learning contextual, engaging and enjoyable, has been making waves in the domain of activity-based learning experiences. It has garnered recognition as a long-term, reliable educational partner from select-schools across India. It has established an impactful after-school learning programme in its seven franchise centres across Bengaluru. With strategic stakeholder Mr. Rajesh Dembla (Ex Justdial, presently investor with a hugely successful portfolio, including Dunzo - a Google funded company and Survaider - funded by Axilor) leading the expansion effort, NumberNagar® plans to establish a network of 300+ Franchises all over India in the next three years.
Mr. Dembla says, "The Times Group partnership is timely and significant in view of our national brand-building strategy over the next few years."
Times of India, Bengaluru Edition, Nov 8 2018
December 02, 2016
Bengaluru firm to bring creative learning spaces to UK
BrainSTARS India, a Bengaluru-based start-up, focussing on maths, science and English education for six- to 14-year-olds, plans to take its innovative products that have been used in schools in India, to foreign shores, specifically the UK, Saudi Arabia and other countries in West Asia and East Africa.
Speaking in London, during a visit to identify pilot schools in the UK, in late November, one of the three founders, Ravi Shankar, is particularly optimistic about the appeal of the firm’s first major distinctive product, NumberNagar. It is a maths lab without tables, chairs or computers, but which uses everyday objects on the floor, ceilings and walls to help children connect maths to the world around them.
December 02, 2016
Brexit as an opportunity
For over a year now, ever since it began eyeing international expansion, Bengaluru-based education start-up BRAINSTARS India has been considering the U.K. The company, which develops maths, science and English products for six- to 14-year-olds, had thought Britain attractive for a number of reasons: a well-established and predictable school education system, and a strong university tradition of research and development.
The June 23 referendum result — in which Britain voted to leave the European Union — has done little to dent the enthusiasm of co-founder and CEO Ravi Shankar, who is headed to London on a reconnaissance trip next week.