Brightwave's growth continues following its expansion over the past two years, with sales and revenues both exceeding levels at the same time last year. Not only has the organisation attracted major new clients from the corporate sector (including a global food leader, two magic circle law firms and a major utility company) but also key new partners in the Higher Education and Healthcare sectors.
This coincides with news that tessello, Brightwave's continuous social learning platform, has been shortlisted for 'Most innovative new learning hardware or software product' at this year's E-Learning Awards.
Further recognition of Brightwave's leading approach to next generation learning came this summer, with news that it had been ranked in the top 20 European Edtech companies. Awarded by Edxus Group and IBIS Capital, the list recognises the top learning companies for innovation, scale, market impact and revenue growth.
Managing Director, Charles Gould said: "We have invested significantly into innovation over the past 18 months and that is starting to pay off with the successful launch of tessello. We will continue to invest in the development of high quality bespoke learning solutions as well as innovative next generation learning products."
Brightwave continues its track-record for collaborating with clients to achieve high-impact results with news that its work with M&S has achieved key industry award nominations. The tailored solution, which forms part of a strategic customer service initiative, has delivered exceptional results for the retailer in respect of product knowledge, service and increased revenues. The work has been shortlisted for 'Best e-learning project - private sector' at the 2013 E-Learning Awards and 'Best Customer Service Programme' at the 2013 Training Journal Awards.