LEO Learning has won the award for Excellence in the Design of Learning Content: UK Commercial Sector (bronze) at the 2018 Learning Technologies Awards.
DemoFest at DevLearn 2018 saw the award for best game-based learning solution go to a mobile-first blended learning game created by LEO Learning
LEO Learning recognised by Training Industry for providing top-of-the-line learning games and gamification to boost learning and business impact.
LEO Learning’s parent company, LTG, has announced the merger of NetDimensions and PeopleFluent to create a new learning suite, PeopleFluent Learning.
LEO Learning’s parent company, Learning Technologies Group, a market-leader in workplace digital learning and talent management, has a new-look website.
LEO Learning has been nominated for 6 categories at the Learning Technologies Awards 2018, in recognition of work with Godiva, Royal Mail and the ETF.
LEO Learning is growing – and as part of that growth, we have moved our London, UK, office from Cannon Street to a new location at 15 Fetter Lane.
This article refers to how PeopleFluent’s integrated talent management (ITM) platform will boost our talent development and retention expertise.
LEO Learning is delighted to have been given a coveted spot on Training Industry’s top content development companies list for 2018.
LEO Learning's parent company, Learning Technologies Group, proudly features in London Stock Exchange Group’s report on 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain.
Impact Cx: The Quest, the blended learning game created by LEO Learning and financial services industry association LOMA, has won a mobile learning award.
LEO Learning is delighted to have secured a spot on Training Industry’s Top 20 Training Outsourcing Companies Watch List for 2018.