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Careers360 buys in an all cash deal

Careers360, The Education Hub operated by Pathfinder Publishing Pvt. Ltd., has acquired Delhi based, in an all cash deal. 

Speaking about the acquisition, Maheshwer Peri, Founder of  Careers360 said  " acquisition will help us  expand our reach and deliver better value to all stakeholders, The need of the hour for all portals is to consolidate, expand audiences and increase yields.  We are happy that with this acquisition, our total market reach would be 55% of the higher education aspirants”.   

Shubham Watta, Co-Founder, said, “We have built huge audiences but we had to build a marketing strategy that will help us reach out to more clients and command better yields. in a short span has established itself for its credibility, reach and audiences. This partnership with will enable us to achieve our true potential”

 “We built huge audiences but we had to get a lot of data and technology to help our students decide better. This partnership with will ensure that the students on our portal will get the best in class information backed by data and latest technology”, added Ravinder Kaushik, Co-Founder, was co-founded 6 years ago by Naveen Goyal, Shubham Watta and Ravinder Kaushik. The latest Google Analytics suggests that gets 3 million sessions per month. After this acquisition, the entire 20 member team of will operate under the new management.


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