LIQVID, an eLearning content service company, has raised $3 million from a subsidiary of SBI Holdings, Japan, reports Pluggd.in. Following the investment, Brijesh Pande, board member at SBI Ven Capital - Singapore will join the board at LIQVID. LIQVID provides integrated eLearning content solutions in domains such as IT, Telecom, Publishing, and English Language Training (ELT). It provides ELT solutions including content on PCs, Tablets and mobiles to institutions under its brand name EnglishEdge. The company claims that more than 250,000 students use EnglishEdge in schools, colleges, vocational institutions and corporate sector. Institutions such as Pinegrove School, Kimberley International School, Shemford Schools, Delhi Public Schools, IIT Delhi, I.P College for Women (D.U) Jamia Millia, Haryana Agricultural University, Allahabad University, Indian Military Academy, British Council and Educomp. HCL, Career Launcher, Jetking, Frankfinn, Future Learning, Centum, Cairn, Kuoni and IIJT use the Liqvid's EnglishEdge service. Apart from that, Liqvid had also launched egurucool.com, an online course database, in 2003 that secured $1 million in funding from Bedrock Ventures in 2010. With the investment, the company plans to further enhance its English learning platform and get into mobile based learning. Apart from that, it also plans to enter into the corporate and Government domain and go international, targeting developing countries. SBI Holdings is one of the largest Japanese private equity firms with $3 billion of capital. As of March 31, 2012, the SBI Group consists of 140 companies and currently has investments in more than 13 countries across Asia. Other Players Liqvid competes with the crowded educational market where a lot…
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