What others are saying

Back to Press

Udemy in the News

  • January 20, 2022

    Meet the Top 250 Best-Led Companies in America

    Read full article here.

  • 13 Best-Led Company CEOs Reveal Their Pro Tips for Leadership Success

    Gregg Coccari, CEO of the online-education giant Udemy, believes you simply cannot lead a successful company without other great leaders on the team. Here are the qualities he prizes most: Look for resilience, Don’t underestimate a sense of humor, Filter for constant students.   Read full article here.

  • Eren Bali’s journey to building two “unicorns”

    Eren Bali’s first “unicorn,” online course marketplace Udemy, is readying an IPO. Meanwhile, Carbon Health, his other company, is helping people in the U.S. get vaccinated and tested for COVID-19 — on top of running 83 clinics in 12 states. Why it matters: Bali isn’t a household name, but he’s quietly built two companies that […]

  • January 13, 2022

    Digital Education Company Udemy Files for IPO

    Online course company Udemy filed for an initial public offering Tuesday, confirming The Information’s previous reporting. The San Francisco-based company follows several other education technology companies like Duolingo and Coursera that have opted for public listings.   Read full article here.

  • Udemy is preparing for a $100M IPO. Here are five things to know

    Remote learning has accelerated since March 2020 out of necessity, but Udemy has been at it a lot longer than that. The company was one of the earliest online educational platforms that emerged in the 2000s from a then-nascent industry of MOOCs — massive open online courses.   Read full article here.

  • Udemy files for U.S. IPO as remote learning shift drives revenue surge

    Online learning platform Udemy Inc on Tuesday filed regulatory paperwork for an initial public offering (IPO) in the United States, revealing a surge in revenue last year driven by the pandemic-led accelerated shift toward remote learning.   Read full article here.

  • Yes, robots are coming for your job, but you might like the new one more (if you’re still employed)

    Tom Hathaway, a Udemy instructor who teaches courses on business analysis and navigating digital transformation, said he’s read a lot about servers and transportation workers “being phased out,” but other positions, not so much.   Read full article here.  

  • Udemy expands corporate learning platform for businesses with new features

    Udemy said the Business Pro platform will offer employers new features like Udemy Paths, skills assessments, workspaces, and hands-on labs across critical skills in information technology, software development and data & analytics. Instructors with Udemy helped design the Business Pro tool to be an “end-to-end learning experience” that helps employees keep up with evolving industry […]

  • Udemy acquires leadership development platform CorpU

    Udemy announced on Monday that it has acquired online leadership development platform CorpU. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed but the addition will expand Udemy’s offerings and beef up its corporate footprint.   Read full article here.

  • Winning the war for talent

    Udemy Board member Heather Hiles shares how when a company wins the competition for talent by creating a work environment where people can be themselves. The most successful organizations establish the conditions where people feel safe to bring their full selves to work. We want people to bring all their wisdom, knowledge, and skills so […]

  • How To Negotiate For Your Work-From-Home Life And Make Your Boss Happy

    “Now that life is returning to normal, it’s the perfect opportunity to weigh the benefits of jumping back into business as usual,” says Alexa Fischer, Confidence Coach, Entrepreneur and Udemy instructor. “It’s fair to have a candid conversation about the pros and cons of working remotely with the intended outcome of finding a solution that […]

  • 3 ways—beyond a better paycheck—companies can hold onto top talent

    Udemy Business President Greg Brown shares that Udemy Business customer Pariveda, a consulting company based in Dallas, thinks about employee engagement and retention through the lens of internal talent development. They embrace shifting career paths and support employees as they map out the directions they want their career to take. Employees are encouraged to spend […]