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Global Knowledge Merges with Skillsoft, What’s Next?

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With the combined expertise, learning assets, and technology of Skillsoft and Global Knowledge, the company is now the world’s leading provider of digital corporate learning. Read the entire announcement here.

On June 14, the company took its stock public under the ticker SKIL and CEO Jeffrey R. Tarr rang the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) opening bell. The merged companies will operate as Skillsoft.

At a time when companies around the world are rapidly transforming to keep pace with a changing world, we are well-positioned to deliver personalized, high-quality learning experiences that will help close the global skills gap and build workforces that are future-fit, skilled and ready for the jobs of tomorrow,” said Tarr.

Skillsoft has training partnerships with some of the world’s most iconic technology brands, with authorized training for a broad range of topics, skills and certifications.

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Agnes CERANTOLA

EMEA Business Director for IBM @ Global Knowledge

Agnes.cerantola@globalknowledge.net

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