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Seekho, the neo-career school that combines learning, mentorship and employment, has announced the launch of campaign series ‘SeekhoX’.

The campaign series will comprise of four individual sessions, per month, held with leaders from growing companies, entrepreneurs and public figures.

The campaign will kickstart with its first event on January 8, 2022 with Ankur Warikoo, an entrepreneur, public speaker and digital educator. In his SeekhoX session, Ankur will be deep diving about career management, personal growth and his hacks to succeed in life. 

The interactive series featuring top industry leaders, where freshers and young professionals can seek advice and insights on building their careers, gives youth the stage to learn about education, career, money and more.

The highlight of the event is its line-up of inspirational and dynamic speakers coming on a platform to engage with the youth.

The campaign will have weekly shows of an hour. Each show will have four segments including a keynote address, fireside chat, live QnA and some games.

SeekhoX is designed to keep the conversation personal. It will be about the speaker’s life, successes, challenges and will also be an open forum for young people to ask their queries.

In the coming months, the event will have unfiltered conversations with industry leaders like Rajan Anandan, MD, Sequoia Capital and Surge; Rahul Sharma, Co-founder, Micromax Mobiles; Prashant Tandon, Founder, 1mg and Healthkart; and Rubal Jain, MD, Safexpress; among others.

Divya Jain, Co-founder, Seekho, said, “At Seekho, our vision has always been to become learning partners for the youth. We want to be an enabler of the learning ecosystem that’s beyond classrooms. With SeekhoX, we are bringing live events for young professionals and freshers to get advice, insight and guidance from those at the top of their game. We want to build products/features that nurture the symbiosis between students, mentors and employers.”

The platform aims to bridge the employability divide in India by creating a platform where users can learn non-tech skills, can engage with employers and be mentored by industry experts.

The company aims to touch one million users by the end of 2022. Seekho’s parent company, Seekify, raised seed funding of $ 1.5M from Sequoia Surge in 2019.

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