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Hero Vired launches tailored educational programs for business, institutions, and government

Sumit Vishwakarma
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Hero Vired

Hero Vired, part of the Hero Group, has expanded its educational offerings across three key sectors: business to Business (B2B), Business to Institution (B2I), and Business to Government (B2G).

The move is designed to deliver tailored training solutions that cater to various domains, functions, and skill sets, thereby enhancing organizational capabilities and streamlining talent recruitment and development. 

Offering innovative learning solutions

The company has introduced personalized and hybrid learning experiences, leveraging advanced Learning Management Systems (LMS) that offer flexible subscriptions and project-based learning outcomes.


For educational institutions, Hero Vired offers employability boot camps and residential training programs at the BML Munjal University campus.

For corporations and startups, the focus is on workshops that enhance skills and develop talent, especially in cutting-edge fields required in today’s fast-evolving workplace environments.

Leadership comments

Reflecting on the new strategic focus, Akshay Munjal, Founder and CEO of Hero Vired, highlighted the importance of adapting to the rapidly evolving employment landscape. Munjal stated, “We are intensifying our engagement in the B2B sector to bridge skill gaps, forge deeper connections with organizations, and diversify our revenue streams."

"With strategic positioning to bolster the B2B segment, we aim for over 100 partnerships and to facilitate over 100,000 man-hours of upskilling. Our goal is to be the preferred training partner for both corporations and educational institutions, fully equipping our learners with the essential skills and knowledge for the future of work in Industry 4.0," Munjal said.

The expansion into the B2B sector is expected to significantly contribute to Hero Vired’s revenue, projected to account for 50% of the company’s total revenue in the coming year.