Lore.online integrates HBS online programs, Harappa life skills courses & Stanford Online course

Mumbai-based Ed tech startup Caymus Tech Ventures that runs online up-skilling c0urses on Lore.online for individual learners and LoreForTeams platform for enterprises has announced inclusion of courses and programs from Harvard Business School, Chicago Booth, Harvard Kennedy School, Harappa Education, The Wharton School, and Stanford Online.

Lore.online users can now discover, compare, and enroll in both online and offline courses and programs including HBS online programs such as Business Analytics, Management Essentials, and Disruptive Strategy, select courses from the Harappa Habits framework such as Writing Proficiently, Managing Teamwork, and Negotiating Wisely and Wharton School and Chicago Booth offline executive education offerings, delivered in an face-to-face format, and that touch on topics such as Global Strategic Leadership, Private Equity and Digital Marketing for Executives.

Kavita Mehta, Founder CEO, Caymus Tech, says, “Giving our learners the best-fit options has always been our driving factor, which is why we are excited to announce that learners can now access Harvard Business School’s highly coveted online programs on Lore and avail quality learning options from anywhere in the world.”

Also, Caymus’ enterprise platform LoreForTeams, which was rolled out in Nov 2019, has been updated with additional features. The new look now comes with a dashboard, new UI for Lore-curated learning lists, discussion features and a personalised learning feed. LoreForTeams, a learning experience platform (LXP), is aimed at working professionals in mid size companies.

By adding the LoreForTeams functionality layer, Caymus aims to offer a revolutionary platform for skilling. This segment is seeing tremendous growth as more working professionals look for learning options to upskill themselves and stay relevant in shifting employment and business environments. The global demand for such platforms is north of $200 billion and in India, demand is nascent yet growing and expected to reach $10 billion by 2025.