Barely a year after its official launch in the highly competitive UK market, Teach on Mars has been awarded one of the most prestigious accolades in the British organizational learning industry. It has won a coveted place in the 2018 Learning & Performance Institute Top 15 Learning Technology Providers List, which was revealed at a ceremony held in London on October 9.
A globally-recognised quality mark
Every year, the Learning and Performance Institute (LPI), the UK’s premier industry organisation dedicated to furthering and promoting workplace learning, audits literally hundreds of organisational learning providers as part of its accreditation process. LPI accreditation has become a globally-recognised quality mark for providers of learning products, technologies, services and facilities.
In the final quarter of each year, the LPI publishes a list of the companies that performed best in that year’s accreditation process. These are the learning technology providers who have been scrupulously evaluated according to strict operational criteria and have outstripped the competition in areas such as Client Value Proposition, Technology Offer, Consulting Capability, Quality Management, Product Roadmap and People Development. The LPI stakes its prestigious reputation on the quality of the organisations it endorses through this process, assuring prospective and existing customers that every company that makes the Top 15 Highest Performing Learning Technology Providers list is a trusted business partner that can be relied upon to provide the highest quality of service and the best user experience.
Into the charts at the first attempt
Being included in the LPI Top 15 means that Teach on Mars start-up finds itself in exalted company, rubbing shoulders with some of the most respected players in the UK EdTech space. The achievement is all the more impressive as it comes so early in the adventure of the Sophia-Antipolis start-up’s international development. In this year’s Top 15, only two other companies have managed to achieve the same feat as Teach on Mars by making the list in their very first year of accreditation. This is the first Anglo-Saxon industry honour that Teach on Mars has won, and it is fitting reward for the tireless work and ambition of the company to develop its profile and brand on the international stage.
More exciting developments ahead in the UK
And this is just the start for the red-and-white rocket in the UK! Inclusion in the Top 15 List has taken Teach on Mars to a whole new level of recognition and respect, opening up a host of exciting new opportunities. The first of these is coming soon, in the shape of the inaugural Luxury Learning Connect event that will be co-organised and co-sponsored by the Learning & Performance Institute and Teach on Mars. This event, held in London on November 29, will bring together 50 specially selected guests representing the strategic HR and learning functions from some of the UK’s most prestigious luxury brands for a half-day of thought leadership, experience sharing, debate and networking.
Look out for further news on this exciting event in the weeks ahead. If you’d like to know more, drop us a note at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can download the LPI Top 15 Highest Performing Learning Technology Providers eBook here.
Adam has been developing and leading Corporate Universities for companies all over the world for most of the last 15 years.