Learn Et Al is delighted to announce that Paul Polman has become a major partner, investing in the growth of the business given his strong belief in the value education plays in society.
It comes at a time when digital learning is playing an ever-increasing role to help up-skill and re-train individuals within the corporate and university sectors.
Learn Et Al sits at the cornerstone of this evolving trend, helping our clients to create bespoke digital learning experiences that are engaging, impactful and truly make a tangible difference to people as they learn new skills.
The company works with a range of organisations from FTSE 100 companies to leading universities helping to create bespoke digital learning solutions that help prepare their employees and students for the future of work. Furthermore, we see digital education playing a fundamental role in increasing inclusivity and breaking down the traditional barriers to education.
Ritchie Mehta, Managing Director of Learn Et Al, says "we are delighted that Paul has taken this step to recognise our work and wants to be a key part of our journey moving forward".
Paul, our board and the team are committed to achieving our vision of creating digital learning experiences that help prepare people for the future through life-long learning.
The journey has commenced and with the course set, Learn Et Al is set to become a prominent disrupter within the industry.
About Paul Polman:
Paul is the current serving Global CEO of Unilever and Chairman of the World Business Council for Sustainable Business Development. He holds an MA and MBA from the University of Cincinnati and an Honorary Doctorate from the University of Groningen.
Learn Et Al is excited to announce we have two new members of our learning team that will work to create exciting digital courses for our clients.
Deepti Dhillon, joins us as a Creative Account Executive working on a range of client accounts. Deepti brings with her a design background and a passion to really bring digital courses to life. She will be working with some of our major clients in the coming weeks and months and helping to solve some of the most complex design challenges.
Iraklis Ioannou, joins the team as a Motion Graphics Designer and Videographer. He has a wealth of international experience in these areas having worked across Europe and beyond. He is passionate about creating interactive digital programmes that put the learner experience at the centre. He will be working with clients to deliver to their creative brief and add value to their learners.
It’s great to have such a talented team on board and we are super excited to welcome them to the team.
Mark Evans, Marketing Director at Direct Line Group and Non- Executive Director at Learn et al, has been named Marketing Leader of the Year 2018 by the Marketing Society.
This is the second honor received by Evan's this month, as he was also named as the new chairman of Front font, the Advertising Association's campaign for advertising.
From all of us at Learn et al
(Mark has played an instrumental role in crafting Learn et al's strategic direction and is committed and passionate about education and the role digital has to play in it.)
The General Data Protection Regulation is one of the most fundamental changes to regulation in decades and impacts companies that operate both across the EU and the rest of the world.
Learn Et Al is proud to have worked with Accenture, Henley Business School and GO DPO to create a 60 minute programme that helps learners to digest the key parts of the GDPR. It is meant to be an engaging, informative and fun way to learn in your own time and on any device.
David Porter, Account Director, comments “This is an important milestone for Data Protection regulation across Europe and beyond. It’s fantastic that Learn Et Al has worked with Accenture, Henley Business School and GO DPO on creating this engaging and accessible digital course”.
The programme is available to anyone and can be accessed here: http://godpo.accenture.learnetal.com/
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