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Learning News looks ahead to Learning Technologies 2023 with conference chairperson, Donald H Taylor, exhibitors Andy Costello from Kineo and Nuz Saeed from Omniplex Learning, and Fiona Leteney from Fosway.


Learning Technologies is the world’s leading conference on workplace learning and technology and it gets underway again 3 and 4 May at ExCeL in London. Over nine thousand learning professionals are expected.

There’s an exhibition of learning tech and a conference presented by over 90 learning technology experts to help people with workplace learning strategy.

Ahead of the event Learning News caught up with conference chairperson, Donald H Taylor, exhibitors Andy Costello from Kineo and Nuz Saeed from Omniplex Learning, and Fiona Leteney from the HR and learning market analyst, Fosway.

Donald H Taylor picks out key features: “Case studies from learning and development practitioners feature heavily at the 2023 event. Artificial intelligence is now part of the way learning and development professionals work and features across both the conference and the exhibition. Skills-based talent management approaches and solutions are strongly represented; and self-development for L&D people is also an important feature of the event this year with many sessions dedicated to L&D capabilities.”

Rob Clarke said: “Learning Technologies promises to be another great show this May. And an important one this year as the economy tightens and L&D and HR look for ways to help business through the tricky year ahead.”

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