MyKnowledgeMap Senior Sales Gains

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<p><strong>York, England &mdash; Aug. 1o</strong><br />With new offices opening in U.K. regions, knowledge systems specialist MyKnowledgeMap (MKM) has made key appointments to its commercial and public sector sales teams. <br /><br />Business Development Director (Public Sector) Paul Wren joins the company, bringing more than 20 years of higher-education management experience. </p><p>This includes work in sector skills developments and employer engagements such as &quot;Train To Gain,&quot; as well as executive level involvement in the Retail Academy and Skills For Care (North East).<br /><br />Colin Tait, who joins MKM as business development director (commercial), fields more than 20 years of sales, consultancy and course delivery experience in the training industry, with previous posts at Thomson NETg and Barclays Bank training division.<br /><br />MKM has worked on high-profile learning and development projects over the past 12 months with major brand and institutional clients, including Tesco, the British Council, international town center management body IPM and ALPS, the United Kingdom&#39;s largest mobile education project.<br /><br />Business gains for the company&#39;s Web-based learning, skills academies and diagnostic suites has seen expansion of MKM&#39;s premises in York and the rollout of divisional offices in Manchester and Glasgow.<br /><br />&quot;Our output may be digital and, therefore, virtual, however its inputting remains intrinsically human and with human needs,&quot; said Rob Arntsen, MKM managing director. &quot;Physical expansion of premises has become inevitable as more join us both in York and at new offices in major cities, providing local level support to our growing customer base.&quot;</p>

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