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    • Former Saba Studio Business acquired by BestatDigital

      Learning News | Brighton, UK |

      The former Saba Studio business, previously part of Cornerstone OnDemand, Inc., has been acquired by BestatDigital Ltd., a privately owned digital learning and communications company. As part of the transaction, the former Saba Studio team of approximately 60 employees and self employed consultants will transition to the new company.

    • Global E-learning service market to reach $137 billion in 2025

      Learning News | Dublin, Research and Markets |

      A report from Research and Markets has the global e-learning service market growing at a CAGR of 15.61% reaching a total market size of US$137.754 billion in 2025 from US$57.702 billion in 2019.

    • Totara announces performance and engagement platforms

      Learning News | London |

      Totara, the open source learning management system vendor, is to announce the introduction of Totara Perform and Totara Engage, as part of a significant update of the Totara suite.

    • Degreed: user focus and new markets

      Learning News | London |

      Degreed’s Nick Christian and Sarah Danzl in discussion with Learning News at Learning Technologies 2020, on the addition of Adepto, the L&D market and 2020 expansion plans.

    • MicroLearn joins The Access Group

      Learning News | London |

      Anthony Edwards talks about the acquisition of MicroLearn by The Access Group in an interview with Learning News at Learning Technologies 2020.

    • Life Skills: Resilience

      Learning News | NEC, Birmingham |

      Liggy Webb discusses Resilience, one of a series of short books in her ‘Life Skills Library’.

    • Making learning fun

      Learning News | NEC, Birmingham |

      Mike Hawkyard, CEO of Gamebrain, has built games for Lego, BBC and Star Wars and is on a mission to make learning fun.

    • Fuse at World of Learning

      Learning News | NEC, Birmingham |

      Richard Goemaat talks about Fuse’s experiences at World of Learning 2019: visitors’ focus; market views; Fuse developments.

    • Learner focus: Virtual College

      Learning News | NEC, Birmingham |

      Wendy Stanley, Virtual College, talks about developments in the L&D market and Virtual College's approach.

    • Headstream LXP from Learning Pool

      Learning News | NEC, Birmingham |

      Michael Main introduces the new Headstream LXP from Learning Pool at World of Learning 2019.

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