We’re heading to World of Learning

by | 19 Sep, 19

Wahoo Learning are pleased to announce their exhibition at this October’s World of Learning event taking place at Birmingham’s NEC.

World of Learning is the UK’s most comprehensive event for all aspects of Learning and Development (L&D). 

The event is a ‘one-stop-shop’ for L&D professionals looking for a complete blend of learning solutions and inspiration

Companies will be showcasing a wide-range of solutions; from immersive, mobile and e-Learning to traditional hands-on and classroom learning.

Attendees will get to see and sample the latest L&D developments, hear from leading industry thinkers, and meet face-to-face with expert suppliers. 

As first-time exhibitors, Wahoo Learning will be showcasing its range of end-to-end services that are tailored to not only save you time and money, but also to build trust and develop a reputation in your Learning & Development capabilities. 

If you are attending World of Learning 2019, ensure to stop by stand C190 to discover how Wahoo Learning can solve your L&D challenges. Alternatively, if you are unable to attend, feel free to contact us by phone or email and we’d be delighted to help.

Email: enquiries@wahoolearning.com
Phone: 01460 279 927 

Written by Andy Chatwin

With 20 years experience of coaching teams and individuals I am a real advocate of performance improvement, digital transformation, and sustainable business initiatives.

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