Tekie appoints Abhinav Bhatnagar as the Vice President, Business Strategy

New Delhi: Tekie, one of the fastest-growing Ed-tech startups providing online coding courses, today announced the appointment of Mr. Abhinav Bhatnagar as Vice President, Business Strategy. The addition in their senior management is to strengthen the business strategies further and develop a growth engine.

Abhinav has an experience of about a decade in the edtech sector and will oversee the high-performing business team at Tekie. Before joining Tekie, Abhinav worked as Associate Vice President at PlanetSpark, and has also co-founded ClassReadyTechnologies.

Commenting on his new stint, Mr. Abhinav Bhatnagar, Vice President, Business Strategy, Tekie, said, “ I am inspired and amazed by the amount of work the Tekie team has put into leveraging the art of storytelling in achieving learning outcomes. I was impressed by how teachers can use the animated series to build value in the class. Tekie has been witnessing growth with its robust products and processes, a high-performing, vision-aligned business team, and a community of coders across age groups, and I am excited to be a part of the journey.”

Mr. Naman Mukund, Co-Founder, Tekie, further commented on the development, “We are thrilled to have Abhinav Bhatnagar on board as Tekie is ready to spread its wings and grow in the Indian market as well as globally (US and Middle East markets). Abhinav brings with him the required experience and expertise to the table and resonates with Tekie’s ambitious expansion plans. Tekie has grown rapidly over the last year and we plan to continue onboarding a team of highly experienced, seasoned business leaders with deep passion to build strong systems and structures for future growth.”

 

Founded in 2017 by IIT Delhi graduate Naman Mukund and SRCC alumnus Anand Verma, Tekie is a live coding platform that makes learning to code a movie-like experience. The edtech startup has created the world’s first animated series to teach text-based coding to kids aged 10-17. The startup has over 20000 students as of date.

 

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