THRIVE is proud to announce the launch of its new public sector division. This new part of the business is making it their mission to provide cutting-edge learning experiences and game-changing content solutions to public sector organisations everywhere.
To celebrate the news, THRIVE has also announced an industry-only offer that provides free migration and no cost of change to their Learning & Skills Platform along with free compliance content all included at an exclusive price.
With an uncertain market ahead and plenty of businesses feeling the pressure, it’s never been more crucial to support public services and ensure they have the best tools to access knowledge that helps them upskill faster and meet increasing demand.
Danny Braithwaite, Public Sector Account Executive at THRIVE commented:
"We are thrilled to launch this new division of THRIVE and to serve the public sector in a more meaningful way. Just because it’s Public Sector doesn’t mean they can’t deliver industry-leading learning experiences too.
So, we’ve taken the pain out of migrating, offering absolutely zero cost of change and including compliance content accredited by experts when they purchase our Learning & Skills Platform all whilst making it more affordable and accessible for an industry we all know is essential to thriving right now.”
The launch of the Public Sector division is part of THRIVE’s ongoing commitment to providing leading learning solutions in this sector having already achieved exceptional results with the likes of Middlesbrough College, Wirral Council, NHS Property Services, Dorset Council, Harrow Council, Scottish Government, City of Edinburgh Council and so many more.
With a focus on innovation and development, THRIVE is poised to make a significant impact in the public sector.
Sean Reddington, CEO at THRIVE said:
"The public sector plays a critical role in our society, and the employees within these organisations are dedicated to serving our communities, why shouldn’t they get the best on the market?
That’s why we’re supporting this sector to replicate the exact same social, collaborative and sleek learning experiences that the likes of Vodafone, Sky and Sysco provide. That way they’ll make an even greater impact!"