Udemy Second Quarter 2023 Results 3-Minute Summary

On August  3, Udemy reported its second quarter 2023 financial results. Dennis Walsh, Udemy’s Vice President of Investor Relations shares some highlights.

2Q23 earnings press release & webcast

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