Winning a Learning Technologies Award is a highly recognizable and much sought-after achievement. From over 400 entrants this year, the most in the award’s history and the most competitive program to-date, all of the winners can be justifiably proud of an exceptional achievement.
November 29, 2017
eLearning Brothers has been recognized as one of the International Learning Technologies Companies of the Year by London-based Learning Technologies at The eLearning Awards. The 2017 winners were announced at the awards gala and ceremony at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge Hotel in London on Wednesday night, November 29, 2017. Over 800 industry leaders gathered to celebrate the best learning technologies from across the globe at the biggest gala evening to date.
After being shortlisted to a selection of just 5 international companies, eLearning Brothers was selected for this pinnacle achievement and earned the bronze level among an elite group of companies. The awards are selected by 45 judges and chaired by the eLearning Network. eLearning Brothers earned this award for their international reach, global impact, and innovation in the industry.
“Winning a Learning Technologies Award is a highly recognizable and much sought-after achievement. From over 400 entrants this year, the most in the award’s history and the most competitive program to-date, all of the winners can be justifiably proud of an exceptional achievement,” said Mark Penton, head of CloserStill Learning and Learning Technologies event organizer.
The International Company of the Year award caps off a year of recognition for eLearning Brothers after being recognized as a four-year winner on the Inc. 500/5000 list, a four-year winner in the top 20 fastest growing companies in the Silicon Slopes of Utah according to the MountainWest Capital Network (MWCN) Utah 100 and Utah Valley 360 Business Q awards, as well as several other industry awards.
“This award is the capstone of an amazing year of hard work and dedication by everyone at eLearning Brothers. Many thanks go out to our family of employees and to our loyal customers.” said Andrew Scivally, eLearning Brothers co-founder and CEO.