New Horizons has provided more than 30 million students with industry-leading technical training that delivers the most relevant and intuitive computer courses and certifications.
New Horizons, the world’s largest it training company, is planning to venture into India through franchising. The firm will initially focus on cites like Mumbai, Bengaluru, New Delhi and Kolkata for expansion.
For 35 years, New Horizons has provided more than 30 million students with industry-leading technical training that delivers the most relevant and intuitive computer courses and certifications. New Horizons is an authorized partner to the top technology providers. For students that means training with the highest quality source materials and the latest products and technologies. For businesses, it means getting the highest return on their training investment.
Michael Smith, Group Vice President, New Horizons, said, “Growing and running the world’s largest IT training company is not everyone’s cup of tea. It requires sheer dedication, enthusiasm, courage, passion, and most importantly, the right planning for making it a reality. If not done, one might face difficulties that could lead to a loss in business, eventually affecting the overall operation of a business.”
Franchisees of New Horizons could get an opportunity to make money by assessing the skills of students in order to fill the gaps. This means that in addition to the comprehensive core business training, franchisees can each expect training and launch packages that are tailored to specific needs.
“Our business model is to have solutions for selling training to corporate, big and small and to the government all across the world. We are also working on providing solutions to consumers that want to develop themselves for the future,” Smith added.