Join us for launch of Towards Maturity Benchmark Review at Learning Technologies 09

by | Jan 14, 2009 | Articles

Towards Maturity will launch results of UK’s most comprehensive e-learning review at Learning Technologies 09

How are 300 public and private sector companies making the most of learning technologies in an economic downturn? Attend the launch of the findings from the 2009 Towards Maturity Benchmark review conducted late last year as the credit crisis hit the UK.

Free seminar – How can we use the research findings ?

‘Driving Business Benefits’ – the new research report from Towards Maturity will be launched at Learning Technologies 09 on the 28th of January and will provide free insights on how organisations can improve the business impact of their learning technologies.
The findings will be presented in the exhibition seminar theatre 4 at Learning Technologies, London Olympia on the 28th of January at 15.30 pm.  It is free to attend. ( just register here)
Be amongst the first to find out how these findings can help you
• build your business case with latest data on tangible benefits
• benchmark your budget and implementation with others
• understand the latest trends in technologies
• deliver more from your current investment
• identify and overcome challenges (before they overcome you)

Free Advice from the Towards Maturity Team

If you took part in the Benchmark survey and want to discuss your personal benchmark with one of the Towards Maturity team, then we’d love to meet with you. do drop us a line ( via the ask an expert button below and we can schedule a time to meet with you) You can find us on Stand 107 in the exhibition centre.

Free Coffee

When you feel like a break at the conference, just bring a copy of this webpage to our stand ( or a copy of your personalised benchmark report!) and we will be happy to exchange it for a coffee.

About Learning Technologies

The Learning Technologies exhibition, now in its tenth year, is Europe’s leading showcase of organisational learning and the technology used to support learning at work, and will take place on January 28-29 2009 at Olympia 2, London.

Organisational and technology supported learning is central to the success of any business and the Learning technologies exhibition is the ideal place to keep abreast of the latest learning trends and technologies.

Other free seminar topics include
• e-assessment
• games-based learning
• informal learning
• learning and content management
• learning content and design
• mobile learning
• performance support
• rapid e-learning
• simulations
• social networking
• talent and project management
• thriving in an economic downturn

Click here to register for FREE entry to the exhibition and seminars

More information: www.learningtechnologies.co.uk

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