And the winner of our Sector Benchmark Membership is…

by | Feb 13, 2017 | Articles | 0 comments

We hope you enjoyed Learning Technologies and found value from all the resources on offer, the free seminars and LT Exchanges.

We received a high number of entrants for the Sector Benchmark Group Membership draw worth £1000 and are happy to announce the winner!

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Darren Shurmer from Sony Professional Solutions Europe will join the upcoming event on 22 February in central London to mark the start of his membership – congratulations Darren and thank you to everyone who entered.

Due to demand we have arranged a limited offer on the Sector Benchmark Group membership: receive two places for the price of one!

Helping like-minded peers connect and collaborate face-to-face the membership includes two places for all of the below which we’re sure you’ll agree is a steal!

Contact us today to find out more.


Benefits of Sector Benchmarking Groups:

  • Premium Membership included for the Benchmark Centre. This online tool gives you 24/7 access to personalised benchmarking and over 200 resources.
  • 3x half-day facilitated benchmark review and networking sessions within 12 months to collaborate on action areas and collective issues and concerns arising from the Benchmark (value £600).
  • Access to Sector Benchmark Reports, providing sector specific insight into top quartile performance and sector wide opportunities (value £200).
  • A 10% discount on consultancy services (Strategic ReviewLearning Landscape Audit, and bespoke solutions from the Equipped for the Future programme (min. value £500).
  • Results from the current Benchmarking Study will be discussed specific to the sector as well as the wider sectors
  • The option to include webinars, google hangouts and more for your team delivered by one of our experts
  • Early and exclusive access to our research

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