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How leading brands are transitioning to next generation learning technology

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Fuse is at this Tuesday's Learning Technologies Summer Forum in London where it will be encouraging organisations to think differently: visitors will be able to find out how and why leading brands are transitioning to the next generation of learning technology.


At the Learning Technologies Summer Forum, Fuse CEO and Chief Storyteller Steve Dineen will run through why major brands such as Vodafone, Lloyds, Lancôme and Panasonic have realised that the traditional LMS cannot provide the whole answer to their learning technology challenge and how they are using Fuse to transform learning away from courses, towards continuous learning journeys.

Steve Dineen will be speaking in Theatre 1 from 12 until 12:30 on Tuesday 16th June at Learning Technologies Summer Forum: 'Think Differently - Why & how leading brands are transitioning towards the next generation of learning technology'.

The Fuse Team will also be available at Stand 35 throughout the Learning Technologies Summer Forum to share insights on how the Fuse technology helps bring learning, knowledge sharing and communications together. The team will showcase examples of how its customers are increasing employee engagement, successfully enabling peer to peer knowledge transfer and creating new styles of content that see greater levels of knowledge recall over traditional e-learning.

Visitors will have the opportunity to win a bite-size video for their organisation, created using the Fuse Formula. Fuse also has other summer offers available during the event, including 3-for-2 on video creation, to help organisations transition to bite-size learning curriculums that can be accessed at the point of need. 


Exhibition registration is available via the Learning Technologies Summer Forum website.

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