Imarticus Learning Acquires Hero group Training Arm HeroMindmine This is the Imarticus's 3rd acquisition, and other companies that Imarticus Learning has taken over include Skillenza and StartOnboard

By Teena Jose

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own.

You're reading Entrepreneur India, an international franchise of Entrepreneur Media.

Company handout

Imarticus Learning, India's leading professional education firm, has been on an expansion spree for the past year. Adding to its list of acquisitions, the firm has announced its acquisition of Hero Mindmine, a Hero Group platform dedicated to providing learning solutions and rigorous training to individuals, enabling them to transcend the challenges of their profession. The acquisition for an undisclosed amount has further enhanced the presence of Imarticus learning in the B2B training realm.

"We are proud of this acquisition and look forward to learning more from the employees and the organisations engaged with erstwhile Hero Mindmine. With this acquisition, we will be able to expand further into the field of sales training solutions to emerge as the most reliable and robust player in the field," said Nikhil Barshikar, founder of Imarticus Learning.

Post-acquisition, Imarticus Learning's role as a transformative edtech firm will be further augmented. It will function as an end-to-end Sales Excellence Academy, offering sales onboarding and upskilling programs, custom training solutions, sales management and leadership programs, sales enablement and coaching, and e-learning and game-based learning content development services, according to an official statement by the company.

"Working under the banner of Imarticus learning will be a defining experience for our people who will now be a part of the new organization. We are impressed with the milestones that Imarticus Learning has crossed in a short period, as well as the capabilities they bring to the table. In the coming months and years, we hope Imarticus benefits as many students and professionals as possible," said Sunil Kant Munjal, chairman of Hero Enterprise, the founding organization behind Hero Mindmine.

Through this, Imarticus Learning aspires to enhance sales training capacity of its portfolio and be reckoned as the most trusted company in the B2B training field. This is the Imarticus's 3rd acquisition, and other companies that Imarticus Learning has taken over include Skillenza and StartOnboard. It plans to continue the trend and is seeking valuable asset additions and plans other acquisitions as well for this year, the statement added.

Teena Jose

News Desk Reporter with Entrepreneur India

Teena is a post graduate in financial journalism. She has an avid interest in content creation, digital media and fashion.

Related Topics

News and Trends

Figr Raises $250,000 In Pre-Seed Funding

In an official release the company said it plans to use the new capital to grow its engineering team and continue to evolve its product to solve different parts of the design process


Survival Kit for Solopreneurs: 5 AI Tools to Maximize Productivity

The entrepreneurial journey is not a straightforward one. Rather it requires the founder to don multiple hats for marketing, sales, ideation, content curation, and raising funds. Solopreneurs of today are being molded to lead the businesses of tomorrow. And they do require some helping hands in the form of artificial intelligence.

Starting a Business

5 Solopreneur Mindset Shifts and Why They're Critical to Your Success

As a solopreneur, don't reinvent the wheel or start from scratch. You are here because you have two things: an idea and passion.


This UK-Based Entrepreneur Has Mastered the Art of Entrepreneurship

Vithurs' unique skill set, paired with his fearless approach to business and deep knowledge has set him apart

Thought Leaders

An Accountability Partner Makes You Vastly More Likely to Succeed

Simply explaining what you're doing to someone you respect is a powerful way to staying on track and avoiding impulsive decisions.

Growing a Business

Want to Sound Smarter? This Stanford Professor's Simple 3-Point Technique Will Help

With a little structure, you can impress audiences with your ad-libbing all day.