Keynote performances from Teach on Mars at Learning Technologies shows in Paris and London

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The start of the year has been hectic to say the least for the red-and-white rocket start-up!  After a successful first-ever participation at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, next stops for our Martian road crews were Paris and London for the prestigious Learning Technologies trade shows.

First Stage, Paris

Learning Technologies France at Porte de Champerret, Paris. 23 January 2018.
Marquee Teach on Mars customer Bruno Chantepie of La Générale de Téléphone (part of the Orange telecommunications group) and Teach on Mars’ own Sébastien Lasarte gave a keynote presentation on the topic of “5 Steps to Success for your Mobile Project” in front of a packed conference room.

Sebastien Lasarte from Teach on Mars at Learning Technologies France 2018Fresh from this success in the French capital, the Teach on Mars team then set a course for London and the UK edition of Learning Technologies, held this year for the last time ever at the legendary Olympia Exhibition Centre.

London Calling

On January  31, Adam Charlesworth, International Business Consultant with Teach on Mars, was joined on stage by Bart Schûtte, Head of Digital Learning for the Saint-Gobain group and self-confessed learning innovation obsessive. Speaking ss one of Teach on Mars’ flagship customers, Bart was kind enough to share his experience with deploying the start-up’s industry-leading Enterprise solution as a lever and enabler for the development of a learning culture within a major organisation.

Adam Charlesworth from Teach on Mars (on the right, on the stage) at Learning Technologies London 2018

Buoyed up by the great feedback and results achieved at both these events, Teach on Mars is already planning its return next year – with the aim of doing everything even bigger and even better.
Bigger booths, bigger teams and – most importantly – bigger ambitions.

Watch this space, Paris and London! We’ll be back!