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Gamelearn names Aurora Martínez COO & Managing Director, a new position for a growing company

Gamelearn names Aurora Martínez COO & Managing Director, a new position for a growing company

Gamelearn is a pioneering technology company dedicated to providing game-based learning solutions for the corporate training industry. Its state-of-the-art video games have changed the way companies train, communicate, inform, raise awareness, and engage employees worldwide.

Due to Gamelearn’s rapid growth and international expansion in the game-based learning market, its Executive Committee is expanding and, as such, has appointed Aurora Martínez as Chief Operating Officer & Managing Director. Aurora Martínez has held different executive-level positions in US-based educational technology and services companies (Pearson, McGraw-Hill, and Curriculum Associates). She brings many years of experience in the e-learning market that will surely help accelerate Gamelearn’s impact as it scales up to meet the growing demand from international markets.

Gamelearn team

Gamelearn team at the company’s headquarters in Madrid

“I am thrilled to join the executive team at Gamelearn,” comments Aurora out of Gamelearn’s Headquarters in Madrid. “I am blown away by the company’s innovative approach to tackling skills training through the use of video games. The video game industry is booming, and I am 100% behind our vision of making learning fun again for all–even for adults.”

“Her genuine passion for building high-performance, goal-driven teams makes her the top candidate for this position”, Ibrahim Jabary, Gamelearn’s CEO

Gamelearn’s co-founder and CEO, Ibrahim Jabary, is certain about the boost Aurora’s expertise and business acumen will provide the company. “Her genuine passion for building high-performance, goal-driven teams,” he asserts, “makes her the top candidate for this position.”

Since 2014, Gamelearn has continuously worked to strengthen its international presence and expand its customer base. It now boasts more than 2,000 clients in over 50 different countries, and its games are translated into a whopping twelve different languages. In the last few years, Gamelearn has become the most awarded game-based learning and gamification company in the world. Aurora’s appointment confirms this growth and Gamelearn’s commitment to providing cutting-edge technology solutions to companies the world over.

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Gamelearn is the world leader in the development of video games for corporate training. With more than 10 years of experience, it has become the benchmark for game-based learning and the foremost trend within the L&D sector.

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