A few days after reaching the final stage of the Learning Awards 2012 in London, goFLUENT was delighted to walk away with the â€śBrandon Hall Bronze Awardâ€ť for the â€śBest Use of Blended Learningâ€ť category.
Online PR News – 14-December-2011 – – A few days after reaching the final stage of the Learning Awards 2012 in London, goFLUENT was delighted to walk away with the â€śBrandon Hall Bronze Awardâ€ť for the â€śBest Use of Blended Learningâ€ť category.
Prestigious awards like these are rarely attributed to European training providers, and even more so to those in the field of English language training. Receiving this award demonstrates goFLUENTâ€™s position as a global leader within the market, believes Christophe Ferrandou, CEO of the goFLUENT group.
This success has come only a few months after goFLUENTâ€™s accelerated growth in the United States, where the company recently reinforced its North American based sales team.
â€śCompanies are looking for providers that are capable of assisting them at a global level, so as to reduce the number of suppliers and improve their ability to measure return on investment,â€ť said Christophe Ferrandou. â€śThis trend is particularly strong in the US, and these types of awards allow us to stamp our position as a credible provider in the market.â€ť
The category for which goFLUENT has made a name for itself - â€śBest Use of Blended Learningâ€ť - is significant, as it remains at the core of the groupâ€™s product strategy to integrate telephone training, written coaching and eLearning. The efficiency of distance training is measured partly by the level of integration of different teaching methods and goFLUENT has successfully met this technical and pedagogic challenge.
goFLUENT offers distance business English training solutions combining eLearning, writing practice, and live trainers. Each year goFLUENT helps over 60.000 business executives in more than 2.000 international corporations to make their company more efficient and profitable when doing business globally and managing intercultural situations. goFLUENT is established in 10 countries, with 560 employees â€“ including 400 teachers - and with the worldâ€™s third largest telecom company, NTT Communications (NTT Group) owning 30% of its shares. For more information about goFLUENT, please visit http://www.gofluent.com.
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Robert de Ocampo, goFLUENT, +33 (1) 72 71 83 31; firstname.lastname@example.org
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