Last week saw London’s excel centre play host to the Learning Technologies Expo, Europe’s leading workplace learning event.
Since its inception, the event has always been well attended, and this year was no different, over 8,500 visitors from across 50 different countries including 200 exhibitors attended.
Several of our senior PR experts from the Technology & Innovation team were at the expo last week, we’ve taken a more in-depth look at five businesses who caught their eye at the event.
It’s clear that the digital revolution is changing the way people work and learn, so companies must adapt to this or face being left behind.
LearnUpon is a learning management system that delivers corporate training. It’s ideal for high-quality learning experiences for companies that are looking to scale so it comes as no surprise that its customers include the likes of Logitech, Intuit and Zendesk.
We like the way the platform is goal orientated as it ensures every learning opportunity is an experience that advances employee, partner, and customer success.
Last year at the Brandon Hall Tech Awards they took home four awards, including a gold for Best Advance in Learning Management Technology for Compliance Training,
We think 2020 will be a big year for them!
Providing professional audio services ranging from transcription to translation and minute-taking is London based business Global Lingo.
Their unique selling point has to be that they are one of the only agencies to specialise in minute-taking and transcription services.
First and foremost, Global Lingo ensures that all your content is accurate, consistent and culturally relevant in multiple languages at all times.
No wonder they are one of the fastest-growing language agencies in the UK and with offices in Chicago, Singapore and Romania, it’s safe to say, check out Global Lingo for all your audio needs!
A digital skills training agency bringing a fresh and dynamic approach to digital marketing training across Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
Upskill Digital’s core aim is to empower businesses and individuals to succeed in the digital age.
Acknowledging that technology will continue to play a pivotal role in business, Upskill Digital believe it to be a necessity for businesses and divisions to be proficient in digital marketing best practices to survive in the business world.
Training packages can be completely customisable, and modules range from Google Analytics, social strategy to a more generic digital marketing course.
An E-Learning business from the USA caught our attention at the expo. But Jigsaw Interactive isn’t just any E-Learning platform, Jigsaw has hopes to change the way the world learns and collaborates.
Their training course is virtual and focuses on the actual learning process and covers all three components of learning which are, knowledge, application and experience.
Their patented immersive virtual engagement platform offers a unique suite of capabilities for both training and education.
Currently, the technology is being implemented across 12 different industries including the Communications and Network industry.
For more than 30 years, the online-assessment platform, Questionmark has been enabling organisations to improve by creating an environment for employees to unlock their true potential.
In today’s world, workforces must be performing at their best, which includes building new key skills to meet new customer demands.
Some key areas that questionmark offer training assessments in include Digitalisation, Al and machine learning.
Typically, their offering includes multiple professional services, one being a secure enterprise-grade assessment platform.
Since 1988, questionmark have delivered more than 95million unique assessments and has been trusted by more than 2,500 customers worldwide.
We work with some brilliantly innovative technology and are always happy to hear about more. Speak to a member of our team today to find out how we can work with you on a bespoke PR and social media plan.