ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 BYJU’S Global Partners 

ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 BYJU’S Global Partners , from 2021 through 2023, the International Cricket Council (ICC) has named BYJU’S, India’s largest EdTech business, as their global partner. BYJU’S will support all ICC events during the three-year term, including the upcoming ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023  in India. BYJU’S will have comprehensive in-venue, broadcast, and digital rights across all ICC events as a global partner.

In addition to an integrated brand presence at some of the world’s most prestigious sporting events, BYJU’S will collaborate closely with the ICC to increase connection with fans through the development of new campaigns. The firm became the official jersey partner of the Indian cricket team in August 2019.

“We are excited to have BYJU’S on board as one of our global partners and look forward to having a great innings together,” said Manu Sawhney, Chief Executive, ICC. Cricket is a sport in which tenacity, perseverance, and conviction are essential skills, and the collaboration with BYJU’S will allow those qualities to be cultivated by a larger audience, both young and old.

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“BYJU’S has long been a fan of cricket in India, and we are thrilled to be collaborating with a strong, young, and dynamic Indian brand that has inspired millions of students to dream big.” We look forward to the successful merging of education and sports and hope that this relationship will reach the hearts and minds of millions of young cricket aficionados.”

About BYJU’S

ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 BYJU’S Global Partners  is India’s largest ed-tech firm and the creator of the country’s most popular school learning app, which provides highly adaptive, engaging, and successful learning programmes for kids in LKG, UKG, classes 1 -12 (K-12), and competitive exams such as JEE, NEET, and IAS.

In 2015, BYJU’S debuted its flagship product, BYJU’S – The Learning App, for grades 4-12. The app now has over 80 million registered students and 5.5 million paid annual memberships. The app is generating a whole new method of learning through visual tutorials, with students spending an average of 71 minutes on the app per day from 1700+ cities. The Walt Disney Company. BYJU’s Early Learn App, a special service from BYJU’S for children in grades K-12, was launched in June 2019.

BYJU’s investors include the Chan-Zuckerberg Initiative, Naspers, CPPIB, General Atlantic, Tencent, Sequoia Capital, Sofina, Verlinvest, IFC, Aarin Capital, Times Internet, Lightspeed Ventures, Tiger Global, Owl Ventures, and the Qatar Investment Authority.

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