We’ve reached the midway mark of 2018, and, as we do each quarter, it’s time to take a look at the trends in deal-making in the training industry.
The first quarter of the new year is already over, and as we do each quarter, it’s a good time to take a look at some of the trends we’re seeing in the corporate training industry, reflected in the mergers, acquisitions and funding from this quarter.
A new national consulting firm promises to do more than help businesses and non-profit organizations address their most pressing issues.
Each quarter this year, we’ve taken a look at some of the mergers, acquisitions and new funding for training companies. At the end of 2017, let’s do the same for the last quarter.
From health and safety and the increasingly popular on-the-job training to coding bootcamps and artificial intelligence, the deals made this quarter reflect some key trends in learning and development.
It’s officially summer, and between beach vacations and road trips, now is a good time to reflect on some of the major deals that took place in the training industry during the second quarter of 2017.
If the first quarter is a hint of what’s to come, 2017 will be an exciting year in learning and development.
The major edtech investments we saw in 2016 are just the beginning – and tech was only one of the areas of training that saw new companies and funding this year.
Over the past few months, I’ve had a number of conversations with training professionals who have decided that now is a good time to start their own training business. Some plan to launch their business as a consulting practice, where training will be a...