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Cuemath strengthens leadership team with new appointments, ahead of next growth phase

Manan Khurma, Founder and CEO of Cuemath

@Cuemath – the @Google-backed, global maths #EdTech– strengthens its leadership team with new appointments, ahead of its next growth phase in 2022.

  • Samir Kulshresth as Chief Financial Officer-a Chartered Accountant, he has over 19 years of financial management experience and has held previous roles at Practo, Fortis Healthcare, Genpact and Indus Towers.
  • Nisha Popli as Chief Human Resources Officer – over 19 years’ experience in directing Human Resources programs for leading businesses, including the Big Four accountancy firms KPMG, Grant Thornton and Ernst & Young.
  • Anushray Gupta as Chief Product and Technology Officer – rejoining Cuemath having originally built the Company’s engineering and product team as CTO. 
  • Janardan Singh as Chief of Sales– with over 20 years of business leadership experience with expertise in scaling up in the EdTech sector. His last assignment was with Class Klapas its founder and COO. 

Manan Khurma, Founder and Chairman of Cuemath, commented:

“Our vision, student centricity, and learning outcomes have cemented our position as a leader in math tutoring. As we prepare for our next wave of growth, these leadership changes will strengthen governance in Cuemath 3.0 and support our goal of a presence in 50 countries and becoming a global math leader. With Vivek at the helm, supported by this senior leadership talent, we are poised to scale greater heights. I wish them the very best in their new roles.”

Cuemath’s curriculum was created by experts from Cambridge University and the Indian Institute of Technology, covering grades K-12 and is certified by

One of only 30 EdTech companies in the world – and the only Indian EdTech – to secure a partnership with Google for Education.

Rapidly growing, with over 10,000 teachers, and present in>20 countries, including the UK, North America and the Middle East.

To help solve education inequality globally, Cuemath recently announced it would make its curriculum free for year:

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