Market leading next-generation learning organisation Fuse Universal is delighted to announce that it will be sponsoring and attending the iVentiv Learning Development Event and Hackathon on 20th - 22nd June 2017.
Learning & Development is an event where anything and everything about corporate learning is discussed. This is by far the broadest L&D session iVentiv offer, with dedicated time being spent pre-event to ensure that the most relevant discussion topics are readied for Chief Learning Officers.
The Fuse Universal team will be on hand to discuss what the future of corporate learning looks like based on their wealth of experience with global brands such as Vodafone, Spotify, Prince’s Trust, EY and more. The team will showcase their platform, content services and essential roles required to succeed in a modern L&D department.
It is a great opportunity for the delegates from the learning industry to discover the potential of the future of learning and to understand:
- How to modernise the new skill-sets of L&D professionals
- How to move past traditional learning course approaches, and towards learning experiences
- How L&D departments can become the heart of the business
- How global brands are correlating learner engagement with business performance
Steve Dineen, Fuse Universal CEO said: "We are delighted to sponsor iVentiv, Learning & Development, and we look forward to sharing the great results in learner engagement and business performance achieved through working with global brands. Our aim is to continue to help progressive learning leaders transform their organisations to learning everyday cultures enabled by Fuse technology, philosophies, and services”.
iVentiv was set up in 2008 to provide Learning and Talent executives with an alternative platform to network and engage with peers from a range of industries. Having worked in the learning and development industry for a number of years, iVentiv’s CEO Russell Butler identified a gap in the existing events market. At a time when budgets for travel were being curtailed and online video platforms were increasingly becoming the platform of choice for one directional learning experiences, iVentiv offered a valid reason for people to still travel to events. Russell was keen to provide senior level executives with a conference which allowed them to engage in meaningful discussions with their peer group, critically assess good practices and challenge current learning paradigms.