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    • Acquisitions and investment in the learning sector

      Learning News | London |

      July saw a host of acquisitions and investment in the learning sector. Fuse, Capita, Filtered, Learning Technologies Group, Articulate, OpenSesame, QA, Valamis and The Working Manager are just a few of those active over the last month. Learning News has the latest.

    • OpenSesame gets $50 Million investment

      Learning News | OpenSesame |

      Global elearning innovator OpenSesame has received $50 Million strategic growth investment from JMI Equity and existing investors; Investment to accelerate OpenSesame’s innovation and global expansion.

    • Fewer workers getting trained: Learner Survey

      Learning News | London |

      There's been a significant rise in the number of workers who didn't receive any training in the last year, up from one in six to one in four, according to the 2021 Learner Survey from Kallidus.

    • Interview: Learning Performance Benchmark Report 2021

      Learning News | London |

      The annual Learning Performance Benchmark report shows how well organisations are doing building a high-impact, performance-oriented learning culture. Learning News asks the report's authors how the learning sector is progressing.

    • QA acquires Circus Street

      Learning News | London |

      QA has completed the acquisition of Circus Street, a provider of digital skills including ecommerce, data analytics and digital marketing skills.

    • Articulate Raises $1.5 Billion

      Learning News | Articulate |

      Articulate has raised $1.5 Billion in Series A Round led by General Atlantic, with participation from Blackstone Growth and ICONIQ Growth.

    • $17 Billion Game-Based Learning Market

      Learning News | London |

      Global Forecasts from 2021 to 2026: Rise of Virtual Reality for Game-Based Learning - new report from

    • Business facing pressure from increasing skills gaps

      Learning News | London |

      Interview with Lynsey Whitmarsh from Hemsley Fraser and Duncan Barrett from 5App following their report into re-skilling and it finding that over half of businesses in the UK are under severe pressure due to widening skills gaps.

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