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Learning Technologies 2022 highlights

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Learning News in discussion with participants at Learning Technologies.

Learning Technologies 2022 highlights

Learning Technologies, the world’s largest event on workplace learning tech, ran earlier in May and was the first of the big L&D events to return in the UK.

Hybrid working, reskilling, L&D strategy and methods, and all of the important topics in L&D were debated in the conference, alongside a packed exhibition of everything the planet has to offer in the learntech market. The event didn't disappoint. There was a vibrant atmosphere and many remarked on how great it felt for the event to be back.

Learning News was there to get news and views. We spent the two days talking about the learning technology market, vendors’ offerings, challenges and priorities for the year ahead, and filmed interviews with learning providers exhibiting at the show. Here's what they had to say:

5 App, Aby Reynolds

Access, Sarah Mian and Christian Foerg

Acteon, Sarah Wightman

Blue Eskimo, Nick Bate

Bridge, Peter Brussard

CrossKnowledge, Morgan Ballevre

Enabley, Udi Hazan

Fifty, Jérémy Salmon

Filtered, Toby Harris

Fosway, David Perring

Fuse, Steve Dineen

Growth Engineering, Juliette Denny

GuyKat, Guy McEvoy

Jam Pan, John Hinchliffe

Learning Pool, Ben Betts

Learning Technologies Conference, Donald H Taylor

MAAS Marketing, Ashley Sinclair

Mind Tools For Business, Nahdia Khan

Moodle, Rafael Lechugo

Omniplex Learning, Nuzhat Saeed and Matthew Lloyd

Rise Up, Arnaud Blachon

Speexx, Armin Hopp

Sponge, Adam Poulter

Tesseract, Suresh Kumar

THRIVE, Mark Ward

Totara, Lars Hyland

Valamis, Philip Purver

Virtual College / Netex, Jade Pullan