Today, we are excited to launch THRIVE IMPACT, a revolutionary new service adopted by the likes of Injazat, Chatham Financial and DECIEM, designed to empower businesses of all sizes to elevate their learning campaigns and connect activity to real business outcomes.
THRIVE IMPACT brings in masterminds from the world of data, design and marketing to help businesses drive and evidence success, without breaking the bank. For an annual fee of £20,000, businesses can access a team of experts that includes a Marketing Manager, Data Analyst, and Designer, all focused on delivering bottom-line results from learning campaigns and strategies.
With THRIVE IMPACT, businesses will receive a comprehensive suite of services including:
Success plan - You’ll get an actionable plan that holds you accountable and delivers on the success metrics you set.
Workshops - From engagement to success to business impact, you’ll get workshops to walk you through recommended initiatives and together identify activity that aligns with your goals.
Campaigns & creative - Ensure your launch and future campaigns land by tapping into marketing know-how and design resource that will ensure your Learning & Skills Platform feels fresh and modern.
Data analysis - THRIVE helps you bring different data points your organisation cares about together and create bespoke dashboards to stay on track.
Evidence - THRIVE supports you with the right assets to shout about your success with evidence that’s ready to present back to your business and even be used as part of an award-winning submission.
Sean Reddington, CEO at THRIVE commented;
"We know there’s so much hunger for more businesses to prove the impact of learning activity and that's why we created THRIVE IMPACT. L&D teams don’t typically have these roles available in-house, but we all know they’re a game changer so why shouldn’t they have the resource?
That’s why this new customer-only service, to offer bespoke analysis, creative assets, and expertise, all for a fraction of what it would cost to freelance or source these roles in-house because we know it’s essential."