Zee Learn Limited plans to further expand its footprint in the country through Kidzee and Mount Litera School franchisees.
Zee Learn Limited, India’s leading education company and India’s most trusted diversified education brand has invited edupreneurs to take up franchisees as it plans to further expand its footprint in the country through its early childhood and care brand, Kidzee and its K-12 school education brand, Mount Litera Zee School.
Zee Learn made better than expected profits by delivering a sterling first quarter performance thus, improving operating margins. They’ve outperformed the planned initiatives for the fiscal 2017.
Kidzee is Asia’s largest preschool network with over 1650 centres, spread over 550 cities across India. The company is also a leader in the K-12 education with over 100 schools and growing every day.
Debshankar Mukhopadhyay, Chief Executive Officer, Zee Learn Ltd. said, “We are looking at an aggressive growth and this growth will be fuelled by both the preschool and K-12 school segment. The plan is to keep strengthening the network and at the same time introduce innovative teaching aids to ensure quality education.”
The launch of its two new products, Kidzee Learning Tablet & Zee Learn Pre-school Teacher Training Program could be a game changer for the Pre-School Giant. The existing School and preschool business partners play a pivotal role in learning and development of the children by keeping a strict control over the School and preschool management and ensure that only the best is delivered to every child.
“We at Zee Learn Ltd believe that training and support is integral part of any sustainable business model. Training, support and a passion for excellence is what differentiates Kidzee and Mount Litera Zee Schools and we believe that continued focus has driven us to the position that we are in today. Instead of looking at training and support as some sort of an annual maintenance, we have to compare it with integrated business process consulting and as a way of life in this segment,” Debshankar added.