About the speaker
Mr. Chandrabhanu Pattajoshi is the founder of Goseeko. He is a business strategist – turned entrepreneur with over 17 years of experience across various high profile roles. Also, he founded Glossaread Technologies Pvt Ltd. in 2018 which now owns the brand Goseeko. Bhanu, as he is fondly known as, started the EdTech platform with the purpose of making Higher Education accessible, convenient and affordable for students, especially across students of Tier 2/3 colleges and beyond. During an interaction with TheTechPod – “We make higher education affordable with the use of technology,” says Chandrabhanu Pattajoshi.
An innovator with an eye for great detail, at Goseeko, Bhanu aims to create a disruptive and sustainable solution which nurtures students and supports their right to accessible and convenient education. His vision is to help students transition from academics to career thereby fostering an ecosystem of the future.
About the company
Mumbai headquartered Glossaread Technologies, now rechristened as Goseeko is one of India’s emerging EdTech platforms. Founded in 2018, it aims to make higher education accessible and convenient across Tier 2/4 colleges by providing curated, affordable and best-in-class higher education study material in alignment with university syllabus.
In its earlier avatar, the company was providing ‘pay as you go’, sachet based content pertaining to print media where in readers had to only pay for the article they wanted to read. Also, it was in 2017, backed by a lot of on-ground consumer research, Mr. Chandrabhanu Pattajoshi, Founder of Goseeko, realized that for tier II and III college students buying an entire book was an expensive proposition and they required access to chapter-wise books.
In an interaction with Rohit Sardana, Chandrabhanu Pattajoshi speaks about the future of education in India. Also, Rohit Sardana is the Editor-in-Chief at TheTechPod and Co-founder of IncubateIND. Let’s hear the complete podcast. And, also understand – “We make higher education affordable with the use of technology – Chandrabhanu Pattajoshi.”