Selection as finalists in high-profile awards recognises our innovation and impact
Invisible Grail is delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted in the Start-up Learning Provider of the Year category for the 2019 Learning and Performance Awards.
Taking place this February, the Learning and Performance Awards will celebrate the best and brightest in learning development through 16 different categories: representing companies, teams and individuals from across the world.
The Start-up Learning Provider of the Year recognises independent enterprises that have made an impact on their sector, and that are ‘innovative, disruptive and deliver high quality products or services’ and are recognised for their contribution.
Paul Gentle, Academic Director of Invisible Grail, commented:
“We love to help people in universities to connect, for the benefit of millions of students and of our wider society. Being shortlisted for this Award makes our work visible in other sectors, too: it’s a very exciting way to tell our story.”
Invisible Grail is joined on the shortlist by Ampersand, LearnBox, Spongy Elephant, Thinking Focus Limited and Virtual Speech.
The Awards are run by the Learning and Performance Institute, an organisation whose mission is to ‘promote the skills and professional status of individuals and organisations engaged in learning activities’, with a specific focus on learning efficacy.
Other award categories include Internal Learning Solution of the Year, Learning Team of the Year, Learning Leader of the Year and People Development Programme of the Year, and nominations for these categories include Aviva, Victoria University Polytechnic, Leonard Cheshire, City University, Vodafone and Shakespeare Martineau.
We’d like to thank all of our clients, alumni and friends that have supported and championed us in our journey since we first launched in Summer 2017. We wouldn’t be here without you.
The Awards will take place on Thursday 7 February 2019 at the Dorchester Hotel in London.
More about the Awards can be found here: Learning and Performance Awards and Start-up of the Year 2019