Cuemath has opened its first physical centre in Gurugram and is aiming to open more such learning centres in India and the UAE in 2024
Founded in 2013 by Manan Khurma and Jagjit Khurma, Cuemath offers mathematics courses to K-12 students and claims to have a presence in over 80 countries
The development comes months after Cuemath fired 200 employees across two layoff rounds in May and August this year
Google and Peak XV-backed edtech startup Cuemath has become the latest Indian edtech startup to enter the offline segment with the launch of its first physical centre in Gurugram.
The learning centre includes maths classrooms, maths play areas with physical maths manipulatives, and a maths library, the startup said in a statement. It added that the learning centre will be open to K-12 students all seven days a week.
The startup said it aims to open more such learning centres in India and the UAE in 2024.
Founded in 2013 by Manan Khurma and…