One of the most frequently asked questions in any business, as the last quarter comes close, is: “What should we be taking into consideration as we draw our strategic plans for next year?”
In this article, we will continue the step-by-step instructions for creating a training course. It is now time to talk about interactions.
Using quizzes on your training is not just about being interactive and keeping your audience alert. It is a very important educational asset. How come?
Customers are the backbone of a business. Without customers, a business loses more than revenue: it loses purpose. Attracting and retaining customers is a top priority for any company. Ironically, these are also the top-of-mind challenges most business owners quote when asked about what’s holding them back.
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The last quarter of the year is a busy time for most companies: in addition to the annual wrap-up that takes place amidst the growing holiday excitement, it is also time to plan and create a strategy for next year — which makes it the perfect time to build a business case for a company academy.
You already know that bugle offers detailed reporting on your training, courses, audience and community tool. Now, you can also analyse detailed performance and interactions with any extra resource you have in the academy.
It is no secret that most lead generation strategies are outdated, ineffective and annoying. Do you agree that lead generation tactics need to be overhauled to become effective? This is where education marketing comes into play.
If you work in marketing, you probably often wonder whether you are exploring all your options to maximize your customer acquisition while keeping acquisition costs low.
Each person or third party involved in your training needs different types of permissions, based on their role in the project. With bugle, setting and managing these permissions is easy.