US based Edutech company connecting international students with universities all over the world. By 2023, we will have 100 employees covering India, China, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Pakistan and Philippines.
According to National Association of Foreign Student Advisers (NAFSA), international students have contributed $39 billion and supported more than 455,000 jobs to the U.S. economy during the 2017-2018 academic year. This number is just for the United States alone and the contributions of these students globally to other destinations like Australia, New Zealand, Europe and Russia through tuition fees, diversity, and innovations is extremely substantial.
Kenilworth Global Consulting, a US based edu-tech consulting firm offers a range of best-in-class career planning and education consulting services, providing a unique platform for academic and professional development. Headquartered in US, Kenilworth Global Consulting is one of the reputed international student advisory companies based in USA with offices in different parts of India.
Through our partnerships with universities across different parts of the world, we help students in selecting the right course based on their career goals and select the best university based on their academic, interest and financial requirements. We also place international students in hotel management internships in luxury hotels and resorts across the United States. This helps with the work visa programs and also facilitates cultural exchange for American and international candidates. We have multiple revenue streams that will help our investors get the maximum ROI and also help them be part of this exciting and growing market that caters to international students and local universities in the United States and other parts of the world.
Revenues for first Quarter of 2019 - $134,000.March, 2019
Established a Key Sales funnel and Digital marketing that resulted in 384,000 people reach and engaged with nearly 40,000 users.December, 2018
Representation for 700 universities across the world through direct and indirect contracts.March, 2018
Agreement signed with Community Care Trust to consult them on expanding school operations.October, 2017
Partnership with Yummy Jobs, USA to recruit Culinary Students for internships in Walt Disney World and Biltmore Hotels.May, 2017
Signed agreement with Cultiva to recruit students for William & Mary, Radford University, Virginia tech and George Mason University.March, 2017
Launch of the India Immersion Program for Students from International Universities to intern and experience life in India.July, 2016
Commencement of Portal & App work through members of the very prestigious graduates of the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT - Mumbai).April, 2016
Industry-Student interaction, a sold out event on Big Data Course at the JW Marriott in MumbaiOctober, 2015
Brand building and marketing activities through participation in Times Education FairApril, 2015
Official Global Launch in India with an office in Mumbai.February, 2015
Alec Wolff of Archangel Foundation invests in KGC. He is a great advocate for knowledge exchange through international students and studies.December, 2014
Company formation in USASeptember, 2014
On January 11, 2019, President Donald Trump announced that positive “changes are coming soon” for H-1B visa holders. This will increase the student flow and enrollments in American Universities and Colleges, thereby increasing revenues. Student Visas and H1B work permits/visas are very interconnected as international students look forward to working in the United States post graduation. This will help prevent brain drain and also make use of the best and talented minds that get trained and nurtured by some of America's finest universities. But from a risk management perspective, we have a portfolio that contains universities across the world. This will help us cater to international students that would want to study in other countries such as Australia, Canada, Ireland, UK, Russia, Georgia, and European Countries in case the American immigration policies change or affect enrollments.
Some of the factors that give us the edge over our competitors are our geographic presence in North America and Asia, unique approach to high quality student counseling, edu-tech products, post admission support and internships.
We have excellent contacts in Nepal, Bangladesh, Philippines and Sri Lanka. We plan to open a network of virtual offices and local representatives in these countries to target new markets to provide service offerings and increase revenues.
FINANCIAL RISKS: These are risks that may impact the institution’s financial well being. These comprise a variety of scenarios, including exchange rate fluctuations that may make an institution unaffordable for international students; the decision of a sponsoring nation to no longer participate with an institution, leaving students unable to pay tuition; or the inability to recruit international students.
MARKET RISK relates to environmental factors that go wrong and affect an institution’s ability to recruit and retain students from a particular market. These challenges may be caused by demographic shifts, political factors, or changing economic situations, for example. While these factors may be beyond anyone’s control, international enrollment professionals can better manage the risks by understanding the markets in which they operate.
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