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Fuse Universal unveils its plans for Learning Technologies 2019

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Next-gen learning solutions provider, Fuse Universal (Fuse) unveil details of their biggest ever showcase at this year’s Learning Technologies Exhibition on 13th-14th February.

Steve Dineen, Founder and CEO of Fuse Universal. Speaking along with Fuse clients Scandic and Hilti at this year's event
Steve Dineen, Founder and CEO of Fuse Universal. Speaking along with Fuse clients Scandic and Hilti at this year's event 

Fuse Universal's global clients and trusted advisors will be sharing critical insights on how to achieve measurable business performance at the upcoming Learning Technologies 2019, Europe's largest industry gathering.

This year, Fuse will offer attendees the chance to meet Fuse clients who will share their award-winning stories, learn from Fuse experts including Fuse Learning Architects, Data Insights Specialists, Implementation and Product; and meet with Fuse partners like Filtered, Anders Pink and Colt, who are part of the Fuse Learning Ecosystem. Attendees will enjoy activities on the Fuse stand which include a chance to win prizes, re-charge their batteries at the Fuse lounge,  enjoy barista made coffee and massages.

On Wednesday (13th), Siri Wikander, Director of People Growth for Scandic Hotels will offer insights into the Scandic journey of creating an empowering culture and enabling their team members to become decision-makers, which has resulted in delivering a superior customer experience results.

Following this, on Thursday (14th), Rachel Hutchinson, Head of Global Portfolio and Community Management for Hilti, will talk through the award-winning journey that the team have embarked on. Their journey showcases how moving away from legacy LMS tools and embracing new learning technologies has delivered a measurable return in business value. In addition, Rachel will also be delivering a presentation on "Influence, impact and engagement. Taking the lead in learning at work" at the main conference on Wednesday (13th).

Throughout the two days, Founder and CEO of Fuse Universal, Steve Dineen, will be delivering a dynamic showcase on Fuse's latest design thinking, product roadmap, exciting new partnerships with both people and technologies (Good Data and Filtered). The sessions are free to attend and will be taking place both morning and afternoon. Share your details here to find out more.

Dineen said: “We look forward to Learning Tech and to showcase the latest thinking and technology advancements that will shape the year ahead. This year we are delighted to have Scandic and Hilti speak about their journeys and how Fuse has supported both their businesses and their people. If you haven’t heard their story then I strongly urge you to pay them a visit - it’s quite something. As always, we look forward to inspiring delegates at our stand - we’ve gone bigger and bolder than previous events and this year you’ll have the opportunity to hear about our vision for learning, the latest thinking on the product roadmap, data analytics showcase and what makes our clients award winning. There will be something for any L&D professional, and we look forward to seeing you there.”

Along with showcasing the latest innovations in L&D, Fuse will also host a lounge area where delegates can recharge and relax with a massage and grab a complimentary barista coffee. 

Visitors can find out more by registering interest in Fuse or by email one of the team at [email protected].com

Highlights from 2018 | Fuse Stand at Learning Tech 2018

 

About Learning Technologies

Learning Technologies is Europe's leading showcase of organisational learning and the technology used to support learning at work. And it continues to grow in importance, value and attendance year on year. With more than 8,500 visitors150 free L&D seminarsover 200 exhibitors, an exhibition hall packed with the latest learning technologies, innovation and best practice and the industry's leading L&D conference, it provides a unique and exciting environment for all those involved in workplace learning.