The Independent Publishers Guild (IPG) is partnering with Thought Industries, a cloud-based online learning platform, to deliver online courses and professional skill development opportunities to its membership. Read more.
World leader in skincare technology set to launch interactive online training for global network of employees, partners, and resellers. Read more.
Leading provider of business and technical education leverages Thought Industries’ Learning Business Platform to deliver elevated experiences for its customers. Read more.
In a recent interview with SuperbCrew, Thought Industries CEO Barry Kelly explains what a Learning Business Platform is, and how they are helping organizations leverage online learning across a variety of business models using their cloud-based SaaS platform. Read more.
Penton Technology today launched a new interactive Professional Education platform, https://education.pentontechnology.com, designed to enrich the online education experience for technology and Channel professionals. Read more.
Fitness enthusiasts can now have their shake and drink it too, thanks to the launch of Zumba ‘Shake Shake Shake™. Read more.
Today Thought Industries, one of the fastest growing online learning companies and creator of the world’s first Learning Business Platform™, announced continued expansion with Innovative Educators, an industry leading online education and training services organization for students and professionals within higher education. Read more.
Extended enterprise learning is defined as training all “non-employees” associated with an organization - essentially all the individuals who play a key role in the success of a company but aren’t on the direct payroll. A few examples of these groups include distributors, dealers, resellers, partners or agents. Read More
Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine launched an online learning program for home brewers. The educational platform, composed of courses that feature video tutorials, slideshows, and handouts, has become a highly-successful product for the Colorado-based publisher and is now profitable. Read More