Fourteen education companies have ranked among high-growth Asia-Pacific-based companies compiled by the Financial Times, some of which have showcased compound annual growth rates (CAGR) exceeding 100%.
Thailand’s SkillLane, an online training provider, was the highest-ranked education provider, placing 37th out of 500, with CAGR of 137% and an absolute growth rate (AGR) of 1,232%.
Next, in 44th place, was Indian online higher education platform upGrad, whose CAGR was 128%, while its AGR was 1,080%.
Australia’s Curio Group, an education and technology consultancy, came in 52nd place, with a CAGR of 121% and AGR of 980%.
With a CAGR of 111% and AGR of 841%, Japan-based childcare group mothergoose was ranked at 61.
Right behind it, in 62nd place, is Australia-headquartered Classe365, a school-management software provider, which recorded a CAGR of 109% and AGR of 811%.
In 70th place was Tutor2You, an Australian online learning provider, with a CAGR of 104% and AGR of 745%.
Singapore-based Prince Education – which does not have a website – was ranked 77, with a CAGR of 100% and AGR of 700%.
In 98th place was India-based InterviewBit, an online course provider, whose CAGR was 87.9%, with AGR of 564%.
Taiwan-headquartered VoiceTube, an online English-language training platform, placed 144th, with a CAGR of 65% and AGR of 352%.
Two steps behind, in 146th place, was manebi, a Japan-based corporate training provider, whose CAGR was 65%, with AGR of 349%.
Nexacu, an Australia-headquartered software-skills training provider, came in 198th place, with a CAGR of 52% and AGR of 252%.
In 342nd place was SuRaLa, a Japan-based gamification project, with a CAGR of 25% and AGR of 95%.
Close behind, in 347th place, was Insource, a Japanese HR training provider, whose CAGR was 25% and whose AGR was 93%.
Hunet, a South Korean online training provider, was ranked at 450, with a CAGR of 15% and AGR of 51%.
Date published: 31 March 2021