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2014 Summit: Corporate Universities and Corporate Le@rning.

Posted by Yann Cartier on Jun 23, 2014 6:00:00 AM

Laurent Bonnier (Partner), Jean-Michel Chopin (Director) and Yann Cartier (Business Development Manager) will be attending the 2014 Corporate Universities Summit to be held in Brussels this week (25th to 27th June). Please let Yann know if you are interested in meeting with us in Brussels by emailing him at or calling +33 6 77 28 88 83.

General Event Details from the Organizers:

The tradition of the cross-industry CU Summit series with the highest attendance in Europe continues: Fleming Group is proud to present its 4th Corporate Universities and Corporate Le@rning Summit, which will again be driven by the industry and for the industry, based on the broad expertise of our Steering Committee.

Our surveying and market research identified 4 cornerstone concepts which will be the key drivers for corporate educators when refocusing their learning approach. Through hands-on workshop sessions, keynote presentations, ‘fishbowl conversation‘, case studies, roundtables and panels, the Speakers at this event will share their insights about both the tactical and strategic priorities of CU models, recontextualized learning and content creation as well as the most innovative learning platforms in action!

You can find out more at the event website.

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