Bangalore: Bangalore based an educational consulting firm, which also runs Kyron accelerator, ANSR Consulting raises $9 million in funding round led by Accel Partners along with several CEOs of multinational companies and family offices. The fund will be utilized to bring around 30 to 40 global in-house captives (GICs) in the country in the next 5 years. The company also expects to deploy the fund to commence an engagement programme for startups in order to work directly with MNC’s.
Founded by Lalit Ahuja, Robert J Ulrich, D.P. Narayana, Thomas W. Sisson and Dr. Thomas N. Duening, ANSR Consulting focused on helping Fortune 500 companies establish strategic offshore captive centres. Since inception, the company provides inclusive, multidisciplinary academic project development, content development, and related services to the higher education and professional training industries.
Spreading its wings, the firm claims to set up 6 to 8 GICs in order to help companies drive their digital transformation agenda. Not only this but also claims to helped 18 global companies including Wells Fargo, Target, Time, SuperValu, Lowe’s and L Brands to set up in other countries.