In a webinar with Talented Learning’s CEO and lead analyst John Leh, our CEO and co-founder Barry Kelly addressed different ways to monetize your learning business. The pair broke things down into three separate categories -- or what they call stacked monetization: selling direct, bulk seat discounting and licensing.
How do you evaluate the functionality of a learning solution to make sure it's the best fit for helping you to monetize your new online learning content? Your assessment needs to cover a shopping list of features that have traditionally required numerous one-off programs.
Last week, John Leh and Barry Kelly paired up to present a webinar, “Paving the Way to a Profitable Learning Business: 5 Successful Strategies.” Leh is the CEO and Lead Analyst at Talented Learning, a learning technology research and consulting organization, and Kelly is the CEO and co-founder of Thought Industries.
Last week Talented Learning and Thought Industries joined forces to present a webinar, “Paving the Way to a Profitable Learning Business: 5 Successful Strategies.”
Talented Learning was represented by their CEO and Lead Analyst, John Leh. Talented Learning is a learning technology research and consulting organization helping buyers buy better by providing hourly guidance, vendor directory listings, blog posts, premium content and more. Thought Industries was represented by CEO and co-founder Barry Kelly.
Tricycle, a not-for-profit educational organization founded in 1990, is working with Thought Industries to make Buddhist teachings and practices broadly available. By migrating from a restrictive platform to Thought Industries' Learning Business Platform™, the organization has been able to provide their users with a unique and independent public forum for exploring Buddhism, establishing a dialogue between Buddhism and the broader culture, and introducing Buddhist thinking to Western disciplines.
Learn more about the success of the Tricycle online courses below.
Tomorrow is the day! Join Talented Learning CEO and Lead Analyst John Leh and Thought Industries CEO and Co-Founder Barry Kelly as they explain how you can drive growth and increase profit for your learning business no matter the size or industry.
Providing your learners with quality learning content is -- or should be -- the No. 1 priority for every learning business. Whether you are looking to produce audio classes, explainer videos, podcasts, screencasts or host regular webinars, there are several ways to set yourself up for success and stay under budget.
Recording audio in-house is the best way to save money, but to do so you need the right skills and equipment. Let’s start by reviewing preparation tips for recording audio.
Online training and learning can help companies leverage their investment in content development and delivery to expand their business reach and increase revenue. In a free webinar with Talented Learning CEO and Lead Analyst John Leh and Thought Industries CEO and Co-Founder Barry Kelly, learn why now is a better time than ever for your company to scale a learning business.
According to Research and Markets, "the global eLearning market is poised to grow at a CAGR of around 7.2% over the next decade to reach approximately $325billion by 2025." In addition, the online corporate training market is expected to grow by 13% per year, with 77% of U.S. companies offering online training to improve the development of their employees.