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Hero Mindmine enters corporate training segment

Our Bureau

New Delhi , Jan. 11

HERO Mindmine, part of the Hero Group and a business division of Hero Corporate Service Ltd, has announced its intention to join the corporate training segment and expand its business focus.

The company aims to be an integrated learning service provider and is trying to target the learning outsourcing market.

For this purpose, it has created three distinct business streams: Enterprise Learning Solutions, BPO Learning Solutions and Education and Career Services. It has also appointed a high-profile advisory board, comprising well-known business visionaries.

Commenting on the new developments at Hero Mindmine, Mr Sunil Kant Munjal, Managing Director and CEO, said, "The more holistic and larger mandate will contribute towards the growth and development of India Inc. We would like to see India become a global hub for the best in class service talent. After BPO/ITeS training services, we have decided to target the vast corporate training business. In line with this we have entered into an alliance with Team Productivity Consultants Ltd, a key player in corporate training. Our focus is the global marketplace."

Mr Munjal also announced the formation of a high-profile advisory board for the venture and said, "We are honoured to have on our advisory board eminent visionaries who have guided the destiny of modern industrial India."

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