New Delhi: New Delhi-based Eupheus Learning appoints Kapil Chanana (ex Coca-Cola) as the Chief Growth Officer. Kapil will spearhead the company’s digital At-Home Learning solutions and expansion to new Growth areas.
Eupheus Learning, India’s leading ed-tech company in the K-12 space is accentuating its next phase of growth. The only company to turn profitable within 22 months of the start of operations, the company works closely with more than 5000 schools and has more than 3.5 Million students using its solutions – all in less than 4 years of its journey. With a distribution reach of more than 13,000 premium private schools, Eupheus is launching the At-Home Solutions this year. And to lead this mandate, they have taken Kapil Chanana on board.
In this role, Kapil will be responsible for the success of the company’s growth agenda including strategic partnerships, development of innovative platforms, and go-to-market strategy across India and the Middle East. Kapilpreviously served as Director of Marketing Activations, Coca-ColaIndia, and South-West Asia from 2011 to 2021 and has more than 25 years of experience in FMCG, Education, and Advertising sectors.
“We’re thrilled to have Kapil lead our growth mandate. He is a unique blend of marketing and operational excellence with an exceptional record of innovation and growth,” said Sarvesh Shrivastava, Managing Director -Eupheus Learning. “Kapil’s extensive experience in consumer marketing, education marketing, and advertising in the past and his impressive track record and passion for customers make him the ideal choice to lead the explosive growth mandate,” added Sarvesh Shrivastava, Co-Founder & Managing Director, Eupheus Learning.
“I’m excited to being a part of Team Eupheus at a time when the fundamentals of marketing are experiencing a great transformation – from “interruption” to “engagement” model. And while every brand narrative is unique, the consumers or customers need to be engaged well for the narrative to be well received. Which leads to sustainable and profitable business growth,” said Kapil Chanana. He added, “the pandemic induced tussle between online and off-line learning is an incomplete story. What is important is a bridge between at-school and at-home learning. A child needs to be engaged differently to imbibe holistic education, skills, and values which we hope for our future generations. And I look forward to leveraging this moment to deliver even more value to our stakeholders”