Warrington e-learning company Learning Heroes set for US expansion
A North West e-learning company has set its sights on US expansion following a raft of new distribution deals.
Warrington firm Learning Heroes has signed new partnerships with e-learning businesses TalentLMS, Docebo and Education Blackbaud.
Learning Heroes already has a presence across the Atlantic through its partnership strategy, having secured deals with Cornerstone, Open Sesame, Instructure and other international course distributors.
The company has also seen a takeup of its services in North America through a multinational client base that includes automaker Ford, fast food giant KFC, British conglomerate Virgin and food manufacturer Kellogg’s.
Learning Heroes’ CEO, Adam Kara, believes his business has reinvented corporate learning content for the YouTube generation, making the training process more engaging and fun.
He said: “We set out to save the world from boring e-learning by offering shorter, sharper content more suited to today’s needs, and a simpler, subscription-based pricing model.
“We’ve had an overwhelming positive response from distributors, companies and end-users to our approach.”
He continued: “E-learning is ripe for change on both sides of the Atlantic and we want to be leading the transformation of the industry in Europe and North America.
“The partnership strategy we’ve been pursuing is working well and we’ll be looking for new distribution deals moving forward.”
Founded in 2015, today Learning Heroes has more than 300 businesses subscribed from across the UK, US and Australia.
The firm is now on track to treble its income for the third consecutive year and pull in subscription sales of more than £3m in 2017.
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