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    • Amnis results reveals strong growth in last year

      Amnis | Chertsey, Surrey, UK |

      The specialist healthcare quality, innovation and productivity improvement enabler, Amnis, has reported strong growth over the past year. In particular, the company has seen its annual turnover rise by 60 per cent and gross profit rise by some 15 per cent, with the strongest growth in its training and transformational change support areas.

    • LINE on top form during difficult times

      LINE Communications | London |

      LINE Communications, a leading provider of learning and communications solutions, announces record results for its 2008 financial year end. The achievement of revenues in excess of £7m (an increase of 40% on 2007) crowns a three year growth period which has seen high levels of planned growth and profitability for the company. In the period January 2006 - December 2008, LINE's overall growth has exceeded 135%.

    • KnowledgePool Reports Another Year of Profitable Growth

      KnowledgePool | Bracknell, UK |

      Managed learning services company KnowledgePool today announced strong financial results after another year of profitable growth through new business wins and a major acquisition.

    • Krauthammer receives Web Award

      Krauthammer | Brussels and London |

      Krauthammer has been awarded the 'Consulting Standard of Excellence Award' by the Web Marketing Association that once a year names the world's best web sites in 96 industry categories! Krauthammer's Belgian-based web designer and builder-partner, Emakina, won four prizes in total including work for Brussels Airlines, Novotel and Immoweb.

    • Cornerstone OnDemand announces record fourth quarter & 2007 calendar year

      Cornerstone OnDemand | Paris, France & London, UK |

      Cornerstone OnDemand, the provider of on-demand, integrated learning and talent management (ITM) software and services, has announced that the fourth quarter of 2007 was a record quarter and 2007 a record year for the company, with high growth and top rankings in customer satisfaction for Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) learning and talent management provision.

    • KnowledgePool reports a year of strong results, accolades and expansion

      KnowledgePool |

      Managed learning services company KnowledgePool today announced strong financial results, after an exceptional year of accolades, new business wins and expansion.

      The company - which manages learning for major clients such as British Airways, Lloyds TSB and Merrill Lynch - achieved an operating profit on a turnover of £14.2m, a 90% increase in revenues. Its position as the UK market leader in managed learning has been verified by NelsonHall, the outsourcing analyst firm, which maintains that KnowledgePool has 16% of a £110m UK market that is growing at 13% per annum.

    • Seminar 'review' earns high praise at WOLCE 2007

      Acteon Communication and Learning | Cambridge, UK |

      Seminar Author's latest feature caught the eye of many visitors at the World of Learning Conference and Exhibition (WOLCE) last week at the NEC, Birmingham.

    • Incentive aims to increase trainer accreditations

      The Training Foundation | Coventry |

      The Training Foundation has joined forces with the Financial Services Skills Council (FSSC) in an arrangement designed to increase the number of applicants seeking FSSC Recognised Trainer status by making the recognition process more affordable.

    • KnowledgePool reports strong financial results

      KnowledgePool |

      Learning services company KnowledgePool today announced strong financial results for its first full year of trading since it became an independent business under private equity ownership.

    • BroadSkill again reports 40% growth

      Bray Leino Learning |

      BroadSkill, the UK's premier supplier of freelance IT trainers, today announced that revenue growth in 2004 was just under 40%. This is the second year running that growth has been around 40%, meaning that the company has almost doubled in just two years. By comparison, the UK IT training market as a whole declined by 10% in 2003, according to IT Skills Research, and is likely to have been at best flat in 2004.

    • As name changes BroadSkill reports 40% revenue growth

      Bray Leino Learning |

      BroadSkill, the UK's largest supplier of freelance IT trainers, today announced that its revenues grew by 40% in calendar year 2003. This is in contrast to the UK training market which, according to IT Skills Research, is estimated to have declined by 13% over the same period. The UK company, which changed its name on 1st January from Intuition Group, also reported a string of new clients over the period.

    • Xpertise Group PLC interim results for the six months ended 30 June 2002

      QA |

      Highlights
      · Results
      - Turnover from continuing operations up by 12% against the previous year
      - Order intake remains at a similar level to last year
      - Operating profit at Xpertise Training, before allocation of group costs, of £104,000 (2001 - £20,000)
      - Opening half costs of £133,000 in the new Training Solutions division
      - Operating loss on continuing operations before goodwill amortisation of £246,000 (2001 - loss of £81,000)
      - Loss on ordinary activities before tax of £333,000 (2001 - loss of £231,000)

      - Successful establishment of Training Solutions division
      - London base secured through acquisition of a scheduled training business
      - Board optimism with regard to the expansion of the group