In just one week, Gamelearn will attend three of the world’s top events on corporate education, human resources and e-learning industry. The company, immersed in an expansion process, will offer its successful experience using video games in more than 1,000 companies from 50 countries and obtaining completion ratios of more than 90%.
France: iLearning Forum
The first meeting will take place between January 24 and 25 at the iLearning Forum in Paris. During the first day, Gamelearn (at stand J1) will give a presentation on the ability of video games to increase the motivation and engagement of employees. Under the title “Comment le game-based learning et la gamification peuvent stimuler la participation”, the talk will take place in conference room number 3 and Alexandre Benoit and Brice Esperon will take part in it; they are Key Account Managers of Gamelearn and specialists in learning through video games.
Germany: Learntec 2017
The second major event of the year will take us to the German city of Karlsruhe, where the Learntec 2017 will be held between January 24 and 26. This Fair will focus once more on the cultural transformations that e-learning has brought with it and in the increasing use of online platforms to acquire knowledge and practice new skills. Within the framework of this global trend, Gamelearn (at stand A44) will show the more than 7,000 attendees its commitment to a type of corporate training that uses video games, which have been shown to increase employee motivation, reduce costs, improve the retention of knowledge and foster interaction and experiential learning.
United States: Training 2017
The third event of this month will be the Training 2017 Conference & Expo in San Diego (USA), where Gamelearn will be present at stand 209. The company will also enjoy the presence of Ibrahim Jabary, CEO of the company and 2016 Learning! Champion winner if the “Innovator of the Year” award, who will give a presentation on the keys to the success of Pokemon Go and how to apply them to development and training in companies. The title of the talk is “Pokemon Go: 7 Lessons for Corporate Learning” and it will take place on Monday, January 30 at 12:45 in room SS09.
In all these events, Gamelearn will expose the virtues of game-based learning in corporate training, the trend with the highest growth rate in the sector. The company is a global pioneer in the development of video games for the learning of personal skills (soft skills) and has already launched four courses specialized in leadership, negotiation, productivity and customer service.
Gamelearn starts strong in this 2017, traveling to France, Germany and the United States to spread this innovative learning method that is revolutionizing e-learning and corporate training around the world.