The Mumbai-based company will seek to boost its marketing, sales, product and software development teams by 300 by the end of this year. It currently employs some 100 individuals.
“Yocket is investing its time and money in the acquisition of the best talent in India to assist the students in overcoming the distress of the pandemic,” said Yocket co-founder, Tumul Buch.
“We also believe our services to get a boost by hiring and we’ll be able to serve more than 1,000,000 students”
“On basis of the exponential study abroad market growth, we believe that the addition of talented minds in our company will take us to the next level.
“We also believe our services to get a boost by hiring and we’ll be able to serve more than 1,000,000 students.”
Since its launch in 2015, Yocket has registered more than 400,000 students and provided services ranging from GRE to shortlisting to visa applications to a soft landing, as well as offering loans, forex, and accommodation options.
Yocket is looking to hire “talented minds” from diverse cultures and backgrounds who will be able to bring a creative approach towards the profession, as it looks to “[revolutionise] the study abroad sector and grow its team more dynamically”.
“Even in the pandemic, we were able to help young aspirants visit other countries and we continued to strengthen our base by adding new users to the platforms,” Buch added.
“With constant support by the team, we have helped more than 400,000 students achieve a place in schools and universities of their dreams.”