Hello everyone! We wanted to share a note from Udemy CEO Gregg Coccari:
Happy new year! As always, we enter this year grateful for your leadership, knowledge and partnership. Our instructors are critical in Udemy’s ability to deliver on our mission to improve lives through learning.
Together, we are providing agile skills development for over 57 million learners worldwide, and over 13,400 enterprise customers, including 51 of the Fortune 100.
And we are just getting started.
To that end, we are excited to share with you some news regarding the next chapter of leadership for Udemy. We announced these changes this afternoon, and wanted you to be among the first to know.
I have decided to retire as Chairman and CEO of Udemy at the end of February, and will be succeeded by Greg Brown, who has served as President of Udemy Business (UB) since 2020. Together, we are committed to a smooth transition and – as always – will welcome your feedback along the way so we can continue to help you to scale your teaching businesses and your impact on learners around the world.
Greg shares my passion for learning, and is especially excited about the way we can apply technology to democratize education through the incredible combination of our consumer marketplace plus the UB platform. As president of Udemy Business, Greg proved himself a tireless and impactful leader, with the ability to build large, global, high-performing teams to grow our business and develop learner experiences that provide tangible value for learners and organizations alike.
I know you will find Greg to be a passionate, curious, and focused leader, committed to helping grow your success working with Udemy. Please join us in celebrating this next milestone in Udemy’s journey. Thank you for your continued partnership and support.
Yours in learning,
Wow! We’ll definitely miss you Gregg!
It has been a pleasure seeing you grow the company over these past few years, and your dedication to instructors was truly seen.
thank you and stay in touch!
Thank you Greg for all you have done building Udemy and taking it public and welcome Greg as the incoming CEO. Nice to see promotion from within and congrats to the Greg's.
let me tell you one thing, I always feel as Udemy is my company, I have a positive spirit for udemy, now I am strongly attached to Udemy, to make it short, I hope the incoming leader will be successful like you. I wish all the best and success for the new leader and Udemy families Especially for #Bella
Good luck in all you do, thank you for your time here at Udemy x
I understand, there is an incomplete topic in my courses, The nature of the course is also one problem, but I will work hard to score above 4 ratings, I Thank You for your reply.
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Will miss you Gregg. U have really worked hard at building this brand and hard to see you go. As an instructor, am really happy with the way things happening on udemy and hope to have similar experience in coming days. Thank you 😊
Gregg, thanks for all you have accomplished and good luck with your next chapter!
May almighty Lord lead you in your next step.
Enjoy your next step and thank you
Gregg, thank you for instilling a passion for teaching at Udemy, and creating a culture of eagerness to learn for both the instructors and the learners.
I wish you a contious success in your next endeavors and I also do like to wish your successor Greg success and perseverance to keep Udemy a place to teach and learn.
Best regards to both of you Gregg Coccari and Greg Brown
Ahmed Jendoubi, Ph. D.
Congratulations to our new CEO. Udemy is where my heart is at.
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