SIS and Inspirasi Group: Transforming Education

SIS and Inspirasi Group of K-12 Schools is an award-winning enterprise focused on making quality education affordable in developing countries. The Group was recently awarded the prestigious Financial Times (UK) – IFC (World Bank) Global 2019 Award in London for its transformational work in education.

In this episode of ‘The Intangible Edge’, EverEdge Managing Director Tyler Capson talks to SIS and Inspirasi Group Founder and CEO Jaspal Sidhu.

Jaspal built his business on a belief that ‘if you are sitting on something good, then it should be made available to many.’ In this interview, Jaspal shares how he built his business around this belief, while still protecting his valuable intangible assets in order to enable the Group to grow and expand.

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