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Sponge named Elearning Company of the Year


Sponge has been named Elearning Development Company of the Year– the highest accolade in the elearning industry.

They beat off stiff competition to win gold and claim the most fiercely sought after title at the Elearning Awards in London on November 6.

Sponge also won a bronze award for its innovative work with Tesco in the category of Best use of e-learning to ensure compliance with external regulations or internal policies.

The company’s Managing Director, Louise Pasterfield, said:

“It recognises Sponge’s commitment to maintaining strong customer relations and creating outstanding elearning which makes a real difference in workplace.
“It is the crowning achievement of an amazing year which has seen us celebrate our tenth birthday.
“I would like to thank the Sponge team for their brilliant work to make us elearning company of the year.”
“I could not be more delighted with this award particularly given the calibre of entries.

The Elearning Awards, which celebrate the best of e-learning from across the world, were announced to an audience of more than 500 industry professionals at a gala evening at the Marriott Hotel, Grosvenor Square in Mayfair.

The judges were amazed by the high standards this year with entries from 150 organisations across 19 different countries.

Sponge’s bronze award for its compliance work with Tesco was achieved in the category with the highest number of entries in the whole competition.

Their Learning Leap campaign for Tesco took an innovative approach to online compliance training which achieved unprecedented success rates.

Sponge specialises in creating absorbing, custom-made elearning and their clients including large organisations such as GlaxoSmithKline, Toyota, the NHS and the United Nations.