Pearsons announcement that they're selling the FT may have a significant influence impact the education market moving forward.
The 11th eLearning Africa will bring together decision makers and practitioners from across the education, business and public sectors to debate, share and take action on all themes surrounding access, openness, skills, pedagogy, sustainable development, best practice and more.
Dexler announces the founding of its European subsidiary, Dexler Education UK, which will be headquartered in London and will be backed with a £10million investment and the creation of 50 jobs.
Global Knowledge, the learning services and professional development solutions provider, have announced the acquisition of DevelopMentor.
On 21st October Edtech UK launched at City Hall in London with an audience of over 150 top education, tech and policy leaders from across the UK and internationally.
Tribal Group have updated the market with their outlook for the second half of the year, saying they now expect revenue to be lower than last year and operating profits to be significantly below previous expectations.
At this year’s Scottish Learning Festival Dr Alasdair Allan, Minister for Learning, Science, and Scotland’s Languages, MSP launched the consultation on the development of a Digital Learning and Teaching Strategy for Scotland and you’re invited to take part.
Learning Technologies Group announced their interim results for the period ended 30 June 2015, showing a revenue increase of 29% to £8.4m and a net profit of £400,000.
From an entry of over 400, 35 judges from The eLearning Network have compiled the shortlist for the 2015 eLearning Awards.
Just over a week after announcing their continued appetite for acquisitions, LTG confirm their next deal - acquiring the entire issued share capital of Eukleia for up to £11m.
Brightwave has reported record levels of growth with profits having trebled in the 2014/15 fiscal year, and a new three year strategy.
In their half year trading update, LTG (owner of the LEO, gomo learning and Preloaded brands) have reported winning new contracts, higher margins than expected, a strong balance sheet, and an "acquisition pipeline is particularly strong on both sides of the Atlantic".
DigitalAssess, the education technology company, targets further market growth as it secures $3 million in funding
Galway based EssentialSkillz are planning to double their workforce and will create 30 new jobs in the city over the next 2 years.
Education Growth Partners invests $10million to bolster traction in Corporate and Higher Education markets, expand sales & services operations in London, Cape Town and New York and accelerate the product roadmap.
Training consultancy company eLearnity, run by David Wilson, has gone through a rebrand, and come out the other end as Fosway Group.
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