LEO Wins Company Of The Year at the 2017 Learning Technologies Awards

“This award is testament to LEO’s incredible growth, our passionate team who deliver world-class solutions to a global client base of loyal customers, and our strong focus on innovation and technology” – Dale Solomon, Managing Director, NetDimensions

LEO is proud to have been named Learning Technologies Company Of The Year – UK in the 2017 Learning Technologies Awards, with the judges praising LEO’s commitment to delighting clients and providing exceptional learning experiences based on market-leading creativity and quality.

Awarding Gold to LEO at the prestigious industry ceremony, the Learning Technologies judges said LEO’s work “scores on every level” and was “very compelling”. The judges also singled LEO out for having “thought deeply about how to be the best”.

“It’s a great honour to be recognised with two Golds at this year’s Learning Technologies Awards”, said Dale Solomon, Managing Director of LEO, who was part of the team to receive the accolades at a gala ceremony in London.

“Company Of The Year is what all organisations aspire to. This award is testament to LEO’s incredible growth, our passionate team who deliver world-class solutions to a global client base of loyal customers, and our strong focus on innovation and technology. I’d also like to congratulate Imogen for her many contributions to LEO and the wider Learning Technologies Group as a whole.”

In addition to Company Of The Year, HR and Learning Director, Imogen Casebourne, won Learning Designer Of The Year for her innovative contributions to transformational learning programmes.

Reflecting on Imogen’s impressive 20-year career, the judges noted her consummate ability to understand user needs and client briefs, and said her skill in creating original, beautiful learning stood out.

Imogen, who is currently doing a doctorate on mobile learning through the University Of Oxford, caught the eye of the committee for a portfolio demonstrating “excellence and versatility” across a variety of projects, approaches and technologies.

These included interactive elearning, simulations, blends and the co-design of gomo, an award-winning authoring tool and sister company to LEO.

“It is a great honour to receive this award”, said Imogen. “All learning…

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