Schneider Electric invests Rs 200 crore in its new campus in Bengaluru

The campus also features a Global Innovation Hub, training centre, R&D centre, skill centre and digital hub.
(L-R)  Deepak Sharma, Greater India, MD & CEO; Peter Herweck, CEO; Thierry Berthelot, Consul General of France; Chris Leong, CMO at Schneider Electric's campus launch in Bengaluru on Thursday.
(L-R) Deepak Sharma, Greater India, MD & CEO; Peter Herweck, CEO; Thierry Berthelot, Consul General of France; Chris Leong, CMO at Schneider Electric's campus launch in Bengaluru on Thursday.

BENGALURU: Schneider Electric, a global player in energy management and automation, has invested Rs 200 crore in setting up a new campus in Bengaluru.

The campus, which covers an area of 6,30,000 sq feet, was inaugurated on Thursday and it is one of its largest employee campuses globally. The campus also features a Global Innovation Hub, training centre, R&D centre, skill centre and digital hub with a capacity to accommodate over 8,000 professionals.

Peter Herweck, Chief Executive Officer, Schneider Electric, said, “I am delighted to open one of our largest employee campuses worldwide in India. This new investment underscores our dedication to accelerating our contribution to India’s rapid growth."

Commenting on the new campus inauguration, Deepak Sharma, Zone President, Greater India, MD & CEO, Schneider Electric India, said, “Through this campus, we aim to provide an immersive, hands-on learning experience, offering comprehensive insights into energy management and industrial automation."

The Bagmane Campus Training Centre will feature interactive demonstrations, workshops, and expert-led sessions, so as to provide its employees, partners, and customers with practical knowledge and expertise in the latest technologies and solutions. The company said this will harness internal expertise to foster a learning culture, offering an advanced learning environment equipped with the latest technologies and infrastructure.

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