Edinburgh-based Beeline PR specialises in:

Public Relations | Crisis and Reputation Management | Brand Building

We can:

create maximum impact through strategic communications

raise the awareness of your brand or organisation

support your business objectives

identify and communicate with target audiences

provide white-label services for other creative agencies

 

About Beeline PR

Debbie Byers

CIPR

Debbie was Chair of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) in Scotland 2009/10 and also scooped the CIPR Award for Best PR Consultant under the age of 30 in Scotland in 1998.

Debbie Byers, Director

Debbie Byers established Beeline PR in September 2011.  The independent agency works with corporate clients and consumer brands as well as other creative agencies looking for strategic PR and business development support.  Services include brand building, media relations, business-to-business marketing support, crisis communications and reputation management, stakeholder and political engagement and social media strategy.

Each client is provided with a strategic tailored approach to both its campaign planning and the dedicated team selected to implement the activity.  Beeline PR is affiliated to a number of organisations and consultants to create positive working relationships for the benefit of the client.   

With more than two decades of experience, Debbie worked for leading PR consultancies in Edinburgh, London and Glasgow before establishing Beeline PR.

She is a business degree graduate and the past Chair of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations in Scotland representing its 750-strong membership from the private, public and charitable sectors.

Debbie has fostered a broad experience across consumer, business-to-business and corporate campaigns as well as issue-led media relations working across all sectors from financial and professional services to food and drink. 

She is a Trustee and Chair of The Polar Academy children's charity and sits of the Edinburgh Board of Cancer Research UK's Business Beats Cancer.


Jim Byers, Director

Jim Byers, Director

Jim brings more than 20 years’ experience in journalism, communications and marketing to Beeline PR.

His career began in journalism, first as a feature writer in Edinburgh and later as an editor in London. During the first dot-com boom, he was content editor of a pioneering music website in London.

In Glasgow, Jim broadened his skills at a content and communications agency in Glasgow, where he managed print and digital projects for various clients, including The Scotch Malt Whisky Society’s award-winning Unfiltered magazine.

On his return to Edinburgh, Jim moved into PR with specialist drinks marketing agency, Steely Fox. As associate director, he worked on variety of projects over several years ranging from brand creation and strategy, to experiential events, content creation and traditional PR.

A lifelong music fan, Jim also runs Edinburgh Music Lovers (EML). His mission with EML is to help make Edinburgh a music city.

Carol Graham, Financial Controller

Carol Graham, Financial Controller

Carol enjoyed an almost 20-year career with the global technology company, IBM, where the focus was on finding the right solutions for customers to build smarter businesses.
 
She was awarded the prestigious 'Best of IBM' award in 2017 for her achievements and contributions, a global recognition award for the top contributors to IBM’s business.

Carol is experienced in all business operations, from financial modelling and forecasting to negotiating and delivering.


Peter Ranscombe, Consultant and Corporate Writer

Peter Ranscombe, Consultant 

Peter spent nine years as a journalist with The Scotsman newspaper, including three years writing for and helping to edit the professional pages - such as Science & Environment, Education & Learning, and Law & Legal Affairs - and six years on the business desk, writing about life science companies, technology firms and university spin-outs. His articles have also appeared in the Daily Mail, The Guardian, The Herald, the Press & Journal, the Sunday Post, the Sunday Times and The Times.

As a freelance journalist and a commissioned corporate copywriter, Peter writes across a broad range of subjects from entrepreneurs, investment finance, renewable energy, technology and law.  

Peter holds a Bachelor of Science degree with honours in physics from the University of St Andrews and a master's degree in journalism studies, awarded jointly by Glasgow Caledonian University and the University of Strathclyde.


Colin Hutchison, Consultant on Tiso Group

Colin Hutchison, Consultant

Before he could barely walk, Colin was on family trips that explored the beaches and remoter parts of Scotland’s highlands and islands. A few decades later, the Edinburgh-based PR and writer has more than 15 years’ experience, including within the sport and adventure tourism sectors.

A keen alpine skier, kayaker, mountain-biker, climber and hiker, he has written extensively about Scotland and the great outdoors for the national and specialist media.  A former outdoor adventure columnist for the Sunday Herald, he has also co-authored / contributed to several international travel guidebooks about Scotland, including Footprint, Rough Guide Highlands & Islands and Frommer’s Best Walking Trips in Scotland. 

Making Colin the perfect candidate to support Beeline PR on the PR account for Scotland’s leading outdoor adventure clothing and equipment retailer, Tiso - as well as the charitable initiatives it supports including, The Polar Academy.

Heidi Cordner
Heidi Cordner, Social Media Manager

Heidi Cordner creates engaging content for the social media platforms of Beeline PR’s clients.  She spent many years promoting adventure tourism in-house at VisitScotland and also worked for Scotland’s leading outdoor adventure retail specialist and Beeline PR client, Tiso.
 
A recent graduate of Digital Mums, Heidi is the creator of Helensburgh Living, which promotes the best places to eat and drink, events and festivals to showcase the towns incredible houses, gardens and people.  Heidi also manages the social media for her popular family business, Cruise Loch Lomond .
Sarah Howden

Sarah Howden, Consultant

Sarah is a PR consultant and journalist with more than 15 years’ experience in media, PR, marketing and events for retail and luxury brands.

Having worked in some of Scotland’s top PR consultancies, she specialises in creative results-driven multi-media campaigns spanning media relations, marketing, digital and social communications.

Sarah also spent several years working for the Scotsman Publications as a columnist, lifestyle journalist and magazine editor.  She is currently a beauty columnist for the Edinburgh Evening News, a regular contributor to Scottish national glossy, i-on, and continues to write for publications including the Press & Journal, the Scottish Sun, Tie the Knot Scotland and Glamour.com. 

Jude Henderson

Jude Henderson, Consultant

Jude has enjoyed an almost 20-year career in PR, specialising in events and festivals, tourism and travel and publishing.

She honed many of her skills as the PR Manager at VisitScotland, where she led the Cities and Culture portfolio in the UK and Ireland team, and has developed those skills and contacts ever since.

Jude brings innovative and creative planning to every task and an enthusiastic approach to everything she works on.

How we can help

As a small PR business with a carefully managed portfolio of clients, Beeline PR can offer senior level support and commitment at all times.  In addition to working with our own clients, we provide a white-label service to other PR consultancies and creative agencies that need support driving busy projects or assistance with securing new business.

Current clients

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Our partners

Beeline PR works with a number of partners to pollinate creative ideas while project managing campaigns for its clients:

Photography/Video
Photography/Video
Digital/Social Media
Digital/social media
Advertising
Advertising
Direct Marketing
Direct Marketing
Public Affairs
Public Affairs
Contract Publishing
Contract Publishing

Recent News from Beeline PR

28 January 2020

LAUNCH OF EMERALD WORKS BRINGS TOGETHER THE COMBINED EXPERTISE OF THREE LEARNING ORGANISATIONS

GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and MindTools come together as one company, Emerald Works

Three established international learning organisations are coming together to form Emerald Works, one global company that will use its unique combination of learning expertise and resources to unlock the potential of millions of learners around the world.
 
Launching today (28 January), Emerald Works brings together the award-winning learning solutions and insights of GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and Mind Tools to offer a combined 60 years of learning experience.
 
The three renowned companies were acquired by the Emerald Group in 2015, 2017 and 2019 respectively. As a global provider of research and learning resources with an annual turnover of £65 million, Emerald has now established itself with a strong and unique position in both the academic research and corporate learning and development markets. 
 
Emerald Works, which has offices in Edinburgh, London, Horsham, the US and Australia, works with global brands such as Virgin Money, Standard Life Aberdeen, Rolls-Royce, Edrington and AstraZeneca among its growing client base. With a focus on the USA, UK and Australia, the company now serves more than 2.5 million learners and learning professionals each month, based in 180 countries worldwide. 
 
The integration will see Emerald Works invest in its core award-winning learning and development solutions; the Mind Tools learning toolkit, which boasts more than 2,000 online resources; evidence-based off-the-shelf and customisable e-learning solutions; and the Lean learning management system. 
 
In addition, Emerald Works will also extend the international reach of its industry-wide Learning Health Check, an independent research programme for L&D leaders to benchmark their strategies against other high-performing learning organisations.
 
Peter Casebow, CEO of Emerald Works, said: “This is a tremendously exciting day for Emerald Works as we bring together the heritage and expertise of these three respected brands to form one combined company. 
 
“Together, we share a passion and mission to change lives through learning, and our combined expertise, resources and evidence-led approach will help more people and organisations around the world to reach their potential.
 
“As we launch Emerald Works and look to enhance our solutions, one important thing will remain unchanged – our customers will continue to receive the same excellent solutions and high levels of service they have come to expect from us.”
 
Richard Bevan, CEO of Emerald Group and Chairman of Emerald Works, said: “It’s a truly significant moment for the business as we develop the Emerald name into the corporate learning space. The Group mission since our foundation in 1967 has been to provide research and learning resources that people can use to make a difference and, in bringing the expertise of these businesses closer together, we’re now positioned to extend the value of what we do to more learners worldwide.”  
 
Alan Brown, L&D Consultant at Standard Life Aberdeen, said: “It’s great to see these companies coming together under the new banner of Emerald Works. Towards Maturity is recognised as a leader in its field, gathering data and insights, and this has supported our own thinking and direction. GoodPractice and Mind Tools have also played their part, so to bring everything into one place can only be a good thing. We see this as a good thing for the continued development of our people.”
 
Sean Brown, Colleague Digital Experience Manager at Virgin Money, said: “This is great news, I can only see the positives of what this combined expertise will bring to us.  Having a brilliant learning experience for our colleagues is paramount to our learning strategy and I look forward to us shaping a prosperous future together.”
 
About Emerald Works 
At Emerald Works, we’re committed to helping individuals and organisations around the
world realise their full potential by using evidence-led learning solutions that work. We work together to build learning cultures that empower people to bring about real change for real impact.

About the Emerald Group
Emerald is a global learning organisation, based in Bingley, West Yorkshire, with a presence in 180 countries worldwide. Founded in 1967, with roots in scholarly publishing and bringing research to life, Emerald’s core purpose for over 50 years has been to champion fresh thinkers and help them make a difference so that little by little those in academia or in practice can unite to bring positive change in the real world.
www.emeraldgroup.com
 
For more information, visit: www.emeraldworks.com
@Emerald_Works Twitter

14 January 2020

LAUNCH OF EMERALD WORKS BRINGS TOGETHER THE COMBINED EXPERTISE OF THREE LEARNING ORGANISATIONS

GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and MindTools come together as one company, Emerald Works

Three established international learning organisations are coming together to form Emerald Works, one global company that will use its unique combination of learning expertise and resources to unlock the potential of millions of learners around the world.
 
Launching today (28 January), Emerald Works brings together the award-winning learning solutions and insights of GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and Mind Tools to offer a combined 60 years of learning experience.
 
The three renowned companies were acquired by the Emerald Group in 2015, 2017 and 2019 respectively. As a global provider of research and learning resources with an annual turnover of £65 million, Emerald has now established itself with a strong and unique position in both the academic research and corporate learning and development markets. 
 
Emerald Works, which has offices in Edinburgh, London, Horsham, the US and Australia, works with global brands such as Virgin Money, Standard Life Aberdeen, Rolls-Royce, Edrington and AstraZeneca among its growing client base. With a focus on the USA, UK and Australia, the company now serves more than 2.5 million learners and learning professionals each month, based in 180 countries worldwide. 
 
The integration will see Emerald Works invest in its core award-winning learning and development solutions; the Mind Tools learning toolkit, which boasts more than 2,000 online resources; evidence-based off-the-shelf and customisable e-learning solutions; and the Lean learning management system. 
 
In addition, Emerald Works will also extend the international reach of its industry-wide Learning Health Check, an independent research programme for L&D leaders to benchmark their strategies against other high-performing learning organisations.
 
Peter Casebow, CEO of Emerald Works, said: “This is a tremendously exciting day for Emerald Works as we bring together the heritage and expertise of these three respected brands to form one combined company. 
 
“Together, we share a passion and mission to change lives through learning, and our combined expertise, resources and evidence-led approach will help more people and organisations around the world to reach their potential.
 
“As we launch Emerald Works and look to enhance our solutions, one important thing will remain unchanged – our customers will continue to receive the same excellent solutions and high levels of service they have come to expect from us.”
 
Richard Bevan, CEO of Emerald Group and Chairman of Emerald Works, said: “It’s a truly significant moment for the business as we develop the Emerald name into the corporate learning space. The Group mission since our foundation in 1967 has been to provide research and learning resources that people can use to make a difference and, in bringing the expertise of these businesses closer together, we’re now positioned to extend the value of what we do to more learners worldwide.”  
 
Alan Brown, L&D Consultant at Standard Life Aberdeen, said: “It’s great to see these companies coming together under the new banner of Emerald Works. Towards Maturity is recognised as a leader in its field, gathering data and insights, and this has supported our own thinking and direction. GoodPractice and Mind Tools have also played their part, so to bring everything into one place can only be a good thing. We see this as a good thing for the continued development of our people.”
 
Sean Brown, Colleague Digital Experience Manager at Virgin Money, said: “This is great news, I can only see the positives of what this combined expertise will bring to us.  Having a brilliant learning experience for our colleagues is paramount to our learning strategy and I look forward to us shaping a prosperous future together.”
 
About Emerald Works 
At Emerald Works, we’re committed to helping individuals and organisations around the
world realise their full potential by using evidence-led learning solutions that work. We work together to build learning cultures that empower people to bring about real change for real impact.

About the Emerald Group
Emerald is a global learning organisation, based in Bingley, West Yorkshire, with a presence in 180 countries worldwide. Founded in 1967, with roots in scholarly publishing and bringing research to life, Emerald’s core purpose for over 50 years has been to champion fresh thinkers and help them make a difference so that little by little those in academia or in practice can unite to bring positive change in the real world.
www.emeraldgroup.com
 
For more information, visit: www.emeraldworks.com
@Emerald_Works Twitter

10 January 2020

LAUNCH OF EMERALD WORKS BRINGS TOGETHER THE COMBINED EXPERTISE OF THREE LEARNING ORGANISATIONS

GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and MindTools come together as one company, Emerald Works

Three established international learning organisations are coming together to form Emerald Works, one global company that will use its unique combination of learning expertise and resources to unlock the potential of millions of learners around the world.
 
Launching today (28 January), Emerald Works brings together the award-winning learning solutions and insights of GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and Mind Tools to offer a combined 60 years of learning experience.
 
The three renowned companies were acquired by the Emerald Group in 2015, 2017 and 2019 respectively. As a global provider of research and learning resources with an annual turnover of £65 million, Emerald has now established itself with a strong and unique position in both the academic research and corporate learning and development markets. 
 
Emerald Works, which has offices in Edinburgh, London, Horsham, the US and Australia, works with global brands such as Virgin Money, Standard Life Aberdeen, Rolls-Royce, Edrington and AstraZeneca among its growing client base. With a focus on the USA, UK and Australia, the company now serves more than 2.5 million learners and learning professionals each month, based in 180 countries worldwide. 
 
The integration will see Emerald Works invest in its core award-winning learning and development solutions; the Mind Tools learning toolkit, which boasts more than 2,000 online resources; evidence-based off-the-shelf and customisable e-learning solutions; and the Lean learning management system. 
 
In addition, Emerald Works will also extend the international reach of its industry-wide Learning Health Check, an independent research programme for L&D leaders to benchmark their strategies against other high-performing learning organisations.
 
Peter Casebow, CEO of Emerald Works, said: “This is a tremendously exciting day for Emerald Works as we bring together the heritage and expertise of these three respected brands to form one combined company. 
 
“Together, we share a passion and mission to change lives through learning, and our combined expertise, resources and evidence-led approach will help more people and organisations around the world to reach their potential.
 
“As we launch Emerald Works and look to enhance our solutions, one important thing will remain unchanged – our customers will continue to receive the same excellent solutions and high levels of service they have come to expect from us.”
 
Richard Bevan, CEO of Emerald Group and Chairman of Emerald Works, said: “It’s a truly significant moment for the business as we develop the Emerald name into the corporate learning space. The Group mission since our foundation in 1967 has been to provide research and learning resources that people can use to make a difference and, in bringing the expertise of these businesses closer together, we’re now positioned to extend the value of what we do to more learners worldwide.”  
 
Alan Brown, L&D Consultant at Standard Life Aberdeen, said: “It’s great to see these companies coming together under the new banner of Emerald Works. Towards Maturity is recognised as a leader in its field, gathering data and insights, and this has supported our own thinking and direction. GoodPractice and Mind Tools have also played their part, so to bring everything into one place can only be a good thing. We see this as a good thing for the continued development of our people.”
 
Sean Brown, Colleague Digital Experience Manager at Virgin Money, said: “This is great news, I can only see the positives of what this combined expertise will bring to us.  Having a brilliant learning experience for our colleagues is paramount to our learning strategy and I look forward to us shaping a prosperous future together.”
 
About Emerald Works 
At Emerald Works, we’re committed to helping individuals and organisations around the
world realise their full potential by using evidence-led learning solutions that work. We work together to build learning cultures that empower people to bring about real change for real impact.

About the Emerald Group
Emerald is a global learning organisation, based in Bingley, West Yorkshire, with a presence in 180 countries worldwide. Founded in 1967, with roots in scholarly publishing and bringing research to life, Emerald’s core purpose for over 50 years has been to champion fresh thinkers and help them make a difference so that little by little those in academia or in practice can unite to bring positive change in the real world.
www.emeraldgroup.com
 
For more information, visit: www.emeraldworks.com
@Emerald_Works Twitter

9 January 2020

LAUNCH OF EMERALD WORKS BRINGS TOGETHER THE COMBINED EXPERTISE OF THREE LEARNING ORGANISATIONS

GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and MindTools come together as one company, Emerald Works

Three established international learning organisations are coming together to form Emerald Works, one global company that will use its unique combination of learning expertise and resources to unlock the potential of millions of learners around the world.
 
Launching today (28 January), Emerald Works brings together the award-winning learning solutions and insights of GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and Mind Tools to offer a combined 60 years of learning experience.
 
The three renowned companies were acquired by the Emerald Group in 2015, 2017 and 2019 respectively. As a global provider of research and learning resources with an annual turnover of £65 million, Emerald has now established itself with a strong and unique position in both the academic research and corporate learning and development markets. 
 
Emerald Works, which has offices in Edinburgh, London, Horsham, the US and Australia, works with global brands such as Virgin Money, Standard Life Aberdeen, Rolls-Royce, Edrington and AstraZeneca among its growing client base. With a focus on the USA, UK and Australia, the company now serves more than 2.5 million learners and learning professionals each month, based in 180 countries worldwide. 
 
The integration will see Emerald Works invest in its core award-winning learning and development solutions; the Mind Tools learning toolkit, which boasts more than 2,000 online resources; evidence-based off-the-shelf and customisable e-learning solutions; and the Lean learning management system. 
 
In addition, Emerald Works will also extend the international reach of its industry-wide Learning Health Check, an independent research programme for L&D leaders to benchmark their strategies against other high-performing learning organisations.
 
Peter Casebow, CEO of Emerald Works, said: “This is a tremendously exciting day for Emerald Works as we bring together the heritage and expertise of these three respected brands to form one combined company. 
 
“Together, we share a passion and mission to change lives through learning, and our combined expertise, resources and evidence-led approach will help more people and organisations around the world to reach their potential.
 
“As we launch Emerald Works and look to enhance our solutions, one important thing will remain unchanged – our customers will continue to receive the same excellent solutions and high levels of service they have come to expect from us.”
 
Richard Bevan, CEO of Emerald Group and Chairman of Emerald Works, said: “It’s a truly significant moment for the business as we develop the Emerald name into the corporate learning space. The Group mission since our foundation in 1967 has been to provide research and learning resources that people can use to make a difference and, in bringing the expertise of these businesses closer together, we’re now positioned to extend the value of what we do to more learners worldwide.”  
 
Alan Brown, L&D Consultant at Standard Life Aberdeen, said: “It’s great to see these companies coming together under the new banner of Emerald Works. Towards Maturity is recognised as a leader in its field, gathering data and insights, and this has supported our own thinking and direction. GoodPractice and Mind Tools have also played their part, so to bring everything into one place can only be a good thing. We see this as a good thing for the continued development of our people.”
 
Sean Brown, Colleague Digital Experience Manager at Virgin Money, said: “This is great news, I can only see the positives of what this combined expertise will bring to us.  Having a brilliant learning experience for our colleagues is paramount to our learning strategy and I look forward to us shaping a prosperous future together.”
 
About Emerald Works 
At Emerald Works, we’re committed to helping individuals and organisations around the
world realise their full potential by using evidence-led learning solutions that work. We work together to build learning cultures that empower people to bring about real change for real impact.

About the Emerald Group
Emerald is a global learning organisation, based in Bingley, West Yorkshire, with a presence in 180 countries worldwide. Founded in 1967, with roots in scholarly publishing and bringing research to life, Emerald’s core purpose for over 50 years has been to champion fresh thinkers and help them make a difference so that little by little those in academia or in practice can unite to bring positive change in the real world.
www.emeraldgroup.com
 
For more information, visit: www.emeraldworks.com
@Emerald_Works Twitter

30 December 2019

LAUNCH OF EMERALD WORKS BRINGS TOGETHER THE COMBINED EXPERTISE OF THREE LEARNING ORGANISATIONS

GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and MindTools come together as one company, Emerald Works

Three established international learning organisations are coming together to form Emerald Works, one global company that will use its unique combination of learning expertise and resources to unlock the potential of millions of learners around the world.
 
Launching today (28 January), Emerald Works brings together the award-winning learning solutions and insights of GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and Mind Tools to offer a combined 60 years of learning experience.
 
The three renowned companies were acquired by the Emerald Group in 2015, 2017 and 2019 respectively. As a global provider of research and learning resources with an annual turnover of £65 million, Emerald has now established itself with a strong and unique position in both the academic research and corporate learning and development markets. 
 
Emerald Works, which has offices in Edinburgh, London, Horsham, the US and Australia, works with global brands such as Virgin Money, Standard Life Aberdeen, Rolls-Royce, Edrington and AstraZeneca among its growing client base. With a focus on the USA, UK and Australia, the company now serves more than 2.5 million learners and learning professionals each month, based in 180 countries worldwide. 
 
The integration will see Emerald Works invest in its core award-winning learning and development solutions; the Mind Tools learning toolkit, which boasts more than 2,000 online resources; evidence-based off-the-shelf and customisable e-learning solutions; and the Lean learning management system. 
 
In addition, Emerald Works will also extend the international reach of its industry-wide Learning Health Check, an independent research programme for L&D leaders to benchmark their strategies against other high-performing learning organisations.
 
Peter Casebow, CEO of Emerald Works, said: “This is a tremendously exciting day for Emerald Works as we bring together the heritage and expertise of these three respected brands to form one combined company. 
 
“Together, we share a passion and mission to change lives through learning, and our combined expertise, resources and evidence-led approach will help more people and organisations around the world to reach their potential.
 
“As we launch Emerald Works and look to enhance our solutions, one important thing will remain unchanged – our customers will continue to receive the same excellent solutions and high levels of service they have come to expect from us.”
 
Richard Bevan, CEO of Emerald Group and Chairman of Emerald Works, said: “It’s a truly significant moment for the business as we develop the Emerald name into the corporate learning space. The Group mission since our foundation in 1967 has been to provide research and learning resources that people can use to make a difference and, in bringing the expertise of these businesses closer together, we’re now positioned to extend the value of what we do to more learners worldwide.”  
 
Alan Brown, L&D Consultant at Standard Life Aberdeen, said: “It’s great to see these companies coming together under the new banner of Emerald Works. Towards Maturity is recognised as a leader in its field, gathering data and insights, and this has supported our own thinking and direction. GoodPractice and Mind Tools have also played their part, so to bring everything into one place can only be a good thing. We see this as a good thing for the continued development of our people.”
 
Sean Brown, Colleague Digital Experience Manager at Virgin Money, said: “This is great news, I can only see the positives of what this combined expertise will bring to us.  Having a brilliant learning experience for our colleagues is paramount to our learning strategy and I look forward to us shaping a prosperous future together.”
 
About Emerald Works 
At Emerald Works, we’re committed to helping individuals and organisations around the
world realise their full potential by using evidence-led learning solutions that work. We work together to build learning cultures that empower people to bring about real change for real impact.

About the Emerald Group
Emerald is a global learning organisation, based in Bingley, West Yorkshire, with a presence in 180 countries worldwide. Founded in 1967, with roots in scholarly publishing and bringing research to life, Emerald’s core purpose for over 50 years has been to champion fresh thinkers and help them make a difference so that little by little those in academia or in practice can unite to bring positive change in the real world.
www.emeraldgroup.com
 
For more information, visit: www.emeraldworks.com
@Emerald_Works Twitter

19 December 2019

LAUNCH OF EMERALD WORKS BRINGS TOGETHER THE COMBINED EXPERTISE OF THREE LEARNING ORGANISATIONS

GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and MindTools come together as one company, Emerald Works

Three established international learning organisations are coming together to form Emerald Works, one global company that will use its unique combination of learning expertise and resources to unlock the potential of millions of learners around the world.
 
Launching today (28 January), Emerald Works brings together the award-winning learning solutions and insights of GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and Mind Tools to offer a combined 60 years of learning experience.
 
The three renowned companies were acquired by the Emerald Group in 2015, 2017 and 2019 respectively. As a global provider of research and learning resources with an annual turnover of £65 million, Emerald has now established itself with a strong and unique position in both the academic research and corporate learning and development markets. 
 
Emerald Works, which has offices in Edinburgh, London, Horsham, the US and Australia, works with global brands such as Virgin Money, Standard Life Aberdeen, Rolls-Royce, Edrington and AstraZeneca among its growing client base. With a focus on the USA, UK and Australia, the company now serves more than 2.5 million learners and learning professionals each month, based in 180 countries worldwide. 
 
The integration will see Emerald Works invest in its core award-winning learning and development solutions; the Mind Tools learning toolkit, which boasts more than 2,000 online resources; evidence-based off-the-shelf and customisable e-learning solutions; and the Lean learning management system. 
 
In addition, Emerald Works will also extend the international reach of its industry-wide Learning Health Check, an independent research programme for L&D leaders to benchmark their strategies against other high-performing learning organisations.
 
Peter Casebow, CEO of Emerald Works, said: “This is a tremendously exciting day for Emerald Works as we bring together the heritage and expertise of these three respected brands to form one combined company. 
 
“Together, we share a passion and mission to change lives through learning, and our combined expertise, resources and evidence-led approach will help more people and organisations around the world to reach their potential.
 
“As we launch Emerald Works and look to enhance our solutions, one important thing will remain unchanged – our customers will continue to receive the same excellent solutions and high levels of service they have come to expect from us.”
 
Richard Bevan, CEO of Emerald Group and Chairman of Emerald Works, said: “It’s a truly significant moment for the business as we develop the Emerald name into the corporate learning space. The Group mission since our foundation in 1967 has been to provide research and learning resources that people can use to make a difference and, in bringing the expertise of these businesses closer together, we’re now positioned to extend the value of what we do to more learners worldwide.”  
 
Alan Brown, L&D Consultant at Standard Life Aberdeen, said: “It’s great to see these companies coming together under the new banner of Emerald Works. Towards Maturity is recognised as a leader in its field, gathering data and insights, and this has supported our own thinking and direction. GoodPractice and Mind Tools have also played their part, so to bring everything into one place can only be a good thing. We see this as a good thing for the continued development of our people.”
 
Sean Brown, Colleague Digital Experience Manager at Virgin Money, said: “This is great news, I can only see the positives of what this combined expertise will bring to us.  Having a brilliant learning experience for our colleagues is paramount to our learning strategy and I look forward to us shaping a prosperous future together.”
 
About Emerald Works 
At Emerald Works, we’re committed to helping individuals and organisations around the
world realise their full potential by using evidence-led learning solutions that work. We work together to build learning cultures that empower people to bring about real change for real impact.

About the Emerald Group
Emerald is a global learning organisation, based in Bingley, West Yorkshire, with a presence in 180 countries worldwide. Founded in 1967, with roots in scholarly publishing and bringing research to life, Emerald’s core purpose for over 50 years has been to champion fresh thinkers and help them make a difference so that little by little those in academia or in practice can unite to bring positive change in the real world.
www.emeraldgroup.com
 
For more information, visit: www.emeraldworks.com
@Emerald_Works Twitter

9 December 2019

LAUNCH OF EMERALD WORKS BRINGS TOGETHER THE COMBINED EXPERTISE OF THREE LEARNING ORGANISATIONS

GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and MindTools come together as one company, Emerald Works

Three established international learning organisations are coming together to form Emerald Works, one global company that will use its unique combination of learning expertise and resources to unlock the potential of millions of learners around the world.
 
Launching today (28 January), Emerald Works brings together the award-winning learning solutions and insights of GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and Mind Tools to offer a combined 60 years of learning experience.
 
The three renowned companies were acquired by the Emerald Group in 2015, 2017 and 2019 respectively. As a global provider of research and learning resources with an annual turnover of £65 million, Emerald has now established itself with a strong and unique position in both the academic research and corporate learning and development markets. 
 
Emerald Works, which has offices in Edinburgh, London, Horsham, the US and Australia, works with global brands such as Virgin Money, Standard Life Aberdeen, Rolls-Royce, Edrington and AstraZeneca among its growing client base. With a focus on the USA, UK and Australia, the company now serves more than 2.5 million learners and learning professionals each month, based in 180 countries worldwide. 
 
The integration will see Emerald Works invest in its core award-winning learning and development solutions; the Mind Tools learning toolkit, which boasts more than 2,000 online resources; evidence-based off-the-shelf and customisable e-learning solutions; and the Lean learning management system. 
 
In addition, Emerald Works will also extend the international reach of its industry-wide Learning Health Check, an independent research programme for L&D leaders to benchmark their strategies against other high-performing learning organisations.
 
Peter Casebow, CEO of Emerald Works, said: “This is a tremendously exciting day for Emerald Works as we bring together the heritage and expertise of these three respected brands to form one combined company. 
 
“Together, we share a passion and mission to change lives through learning, and our combined expertise, resources and evidence-led approach will help more people and organisations around the world to reach their potential.
 
“As we launch Emerald Works and look to enhance our solutions, one important thing will remain unchanged – our customers will continue to receive the same excellent solutions and high levels of service they have come to expect from us.”
 
Richard Bevan, CEO of Emerald Group and Chairman of Emerald Works, said: “It’s a truly significant moment for the business as we develop the Emerald name into the corporate learning space. The Group mission since our foundation in 1967 has been to provide research and learning resources that people can use to make a difference and, in bringing the expertise of these businesses closer together, we’re now positioned to extend the value of what we do to more learners worldwide.”  
 
Alan Brown, L&D Consultant at Standard Life Aberdeen, said: “It’s great to see these companies coming together under the new banner of Emerald Works. Towards Maturity is recognised as a leader in its field, gathering data and insights, and this has supported our own thinking and direction. GoodPractice and Mind Tools have also played their part, so to bring everything into one place can only be a good thing. We see this as a good thing for the continued development of our people.”
 
Sean Brown, Colleague Digital Experience Manager at Virgin Money, said: “This is great news, I can only see the positives of what this combined expertise will bring to us.  Having a brilliant learning experience for our colleagues is paramount to our learning strategy and I look forward to us shaping a prosperous future together.”
 
About Emerald Works 
At Emerald Works, we’re committed to helping individuals and organisations around the
world realise their full potential by using evidence-led learning solutions that work. We work together to build learning cultures that empower people to bring about real change for real impact.

About the Emerald Group
Emerald is a global learning organisation, based in Bingley, West Yorkshire, with a presence in 180 countries worldwide. Founded in 1967, with roots in scholarly publishing and bringing research to life, Emerald’s core purpose for over 50 years has been to champion fresh thinkers and help them make a difference so that little by little those in academia or in practice can unite to bring positive change in the real world.
www.emeraldgroup.com
 
For more information, visit: www.emeraldworks.com
@Emerald_Works Twitter

21 November 2019

LAUNCH OF EMERALD WORKS BRINGS TOGETHER THE COMBINED EXPERTISE OF THREE LEARNING ORGANISATIONS

GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and MindTools come together as one company, Emerald Works

Three established international learning organisations are coming together to form Emerald Works, one global company that will use its unique combination of learning expertise and resources to unlock the potential of millions of learners around the world.
 
Launching today (28 January), Emerald Works brings together the award-winning learning solutions and insights of GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and Mind Tools to offer a combined 60 years of learning experience.
 
The three renowned companies were acquired by the Emerald Group in 2015, 2017 and 2019 respectively. As a global provider of research and learning resources with an annual turnover of £65 million, Emerald has now established itself with a strong and unique position in both the academic research and corporate learning and development markets. 
 
Emerald Works, which has offices in Edinburgh, London, Horsham, the US and Australia, works with global brands such as Virgin Money, Standard Life Aberdeen, Rolls-Royce, Edrington and AstraZeneca among its growing client base. With a focus on the USA, UK and Australia, the company now serves more than 2.5 million learners and learning professionals each month, based in 180 countries worldwide. 
 
The integration will see Emerald Works invest in its core award-winning learning and development solutions; the Mind Tools learning toolkit, which boasts more than 2,000 online resources; evidence-based off-the-shelf and customisable e-learning solutions; and the Lean learning management system. 
 
In addition, Emerald Works will also extend the international reach of its industry-wide Learning Health Check, an independent research programme for L&D leaders to benchmark their strategies against other high-performing learning organisations.
 
Peter Casebow, CEO of Emerald Works, said: “This is a tremendously exciting day for Emerald Works as we bring together the heritage and expertise of these three respected brands to form one combined company. 
 
“Together, we share a passion and mission to change lives through learning, and our combined expertise, resources and evidence-led approach will help more people and organisations around the world to reach their potential.
 
“As we launch Emerald Works and look to enhance our solutions, one important thing will remain unchanged – our customers will continue to receive the same excellent solutions and high levels of service they have come to expect from us.”
 
Richard Bevan, CEO of Emerald Group and Chairman of Emerald Works, said: “It’s a truly significant moment for the business as we develop the Emerald name into the corporate learning space. The Group mission since our foundation in 1967 has been to provide research and learning resources that people can use to make a difference and, in bringing the expertise of these businesses closer together, we’re now positioned to extend the value of what we do to more learners worldwide.”  
 
Alan Brown, L&D Consultant at Standard Life Aberdeen, said: “It’s great to see these companies coming together under the new banner of Emerald Works. Towards Maturity is recognised as a leader in its field, gathering data and insights, and this has supported our own thinking and direction. GoodPractice and Mind Tools have also played their part, so to bring everything into one place can only be a good thing. We see this as a good thing for the continued development of our people.”
 
Sean Brown, Colleague Digital Experience Manager at Virgin Money, said: “This is great news, I can only see the positives of what this combined expertise will bring to us.  Having a brilliant learning experience for our colleagues is paramount to our learning strategy and I look forward to us shaping a prosperous future together.”
 
About Emerald Works 
At Emerald Works, we’re committed to helping individuals and organisations around the
world realise their full potential by using evidence-led learning solutions that work. We work together to build learning cultures that empower people to bring about real change for real impact.

About the Emerald Group
Emerald is a global learning organisation, based in Bingley, West Yorkshire, with a presence in 180 countries worldwide. Founded in 1967, with roots in scholarly publishing and bringing research to life, Emerald’s core purpose for over 50 years has been to champion fresh thinkers and help them make a difference so that little by little those in academia or in practice can unite to bring positive change in the real world.
www.emeraldgroup.com
 
For more information, visit: www.emeraldworks.com
@Emerald_Works Twitter

21 November 2019

LAUNCH OF EMERALD WORKS BRINGS TOGETHER THE COMBINED EXPERTISE OF THREE LEARNING ORGANISATIONS

GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and MindTools come together as one company, Emerald Works

Three established international learning organisations are coming together to form Emerald Works, one global company that will use its unique combination of learning expertise and resources to unlock the potential of millions of learners around the world.
 
Launching today (28 January), Emerald Works brings together the award-winning learning solutions and insights of GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and Mind Tools to offer a combined 60 years of learning experience.
 
The three renowned companies were acquired by the Emerald Group in 2015, 2017 and 2019 respectively. As a global provider of research and learning resources with an annual turnover of £65 million, Emerald has now established itself with a strong and unique position in both the academic research and corporate learning and development markets. 
 
Emerald Works, which has offices in Edinburgh, London, Horsham, the US and Australia, works with global brands such as Virgin Money, Standard Life Aberdeen, Rolls-Royce, Edrington and AstraZeneca among its growing client base. With a focus on the USA, UK and Australia, the company now serves more than 2.5 million learners and learning professionals each month, based in 180 countries worldwide. 
 
The integration will see Emerald Works invest in its core award-winning learning and development solutions; the Mind Tools learning toolkit, which boasts more than 2,000 online resources; evidence-based off-the-shelf and customisable e-learning solutions; and the Lean learning management system. 
 
In addition, Emerald Works will also extend the international reach of its industry-wide Learning Health Check, an independent research programme for L&D leaders to benchmark their strategies against other high-performing learning organisations.
 
Peter Casebow, CEO of Emerald Works, said: “This is a tremendously exciting day for Emerald Works as we bring together the heritage and expertise of these three respected brands to form one combined company. 
 
“Together, we share a passion and mission to change lives through learning, and our combined expertise, resources and evidence-led approach will help more people and organisations around the world to reach their potential.
 
“As we launch Emerald Works and look to enhance our solutions, one important thing will remain unchanged – our customers will continue to receive the same excellent solutions and high levels of service they have come to expect from us.”
 
Richard Bevan, CEO of Emerald Group and Chairman of Emerald Works, said: “It’s a truly significant moment for the business as we develop the Emerald name into the corporate learning space. The Group mission since our foundation in 1967 has been to provide research and learning resources that people can use to make a difference and, in bringing the expertise of these businesses closer together, we’re now positioned to extend the value of what we do to more learners worldwide.”  
 
Alan Brown, L&D Consultant at Standard Life Aberdeen, said: “It’s great to see these companies coming together under the new banner of Emerald Works. Towards Maturity is recognised as a leader in its field, gathering data and insights, and this has supported our own thinking and direction. GoodPractice and Mind Tools have also played their part, so to bring everything into one place can only be a good thing. We see this as a good thing for the continued development of our people.”
 
Sean Brown, Colleague Digital Experience Manager at Virgin Money, said: “This is great news, I can only see the positives of what this combined expertise will bring to us.  Having a brilliant learning experience for our colleagues is paramount to our learning strategy and I look forward to us shaping a prosperous future together.”
 
About Emerald Works 
At Emerald Works, we’re committed to helping individuals and organisations around the
world realise their full potential by using evidence-led learning solutions that work. We work together to build learning cultures that empower people to bring about real change for real impact.

About the Emerald Group
Emerald is a global learning organisation, based in Bingley, West Yorkshire, with a presence in 180 countries worldwide. Founded in 1967, with roots in scholarly publishing and bringing research to life, Emerald’s core purpose for over 50 years has been to champion fresh thinkers and help them make a difference so that little by little those in academia or in practice can unite to bring positive change in the real world.
www.emeraldgroup.com
 
For more information, visit: www.emeraldworks.com
@Emerald_Works Twitter

12 November 2019

LAUNCH OF EMERALD WORKS BRINGS TOGETHER THE COMBINED EXPERTISE OF THREE LEARNING ORGANISATIONS

GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and MindTools come together as one company, Emerald Works

Three established international learning organisations are coming together to form Emerald Works, one global company that will use its unique combination of learning expertise and resources to unlock the potential of millions of learners around the world.
 
Launching today (28 January), Emerald Works brings together the award-winning learning solutions and insights of GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and Mind Tools to offer a combined 60 years of learning experience.
 
The three renowned companies were acquired by the Emerald Group in 2015, 2017 and 2019 respectively. As a global provider of research and learning resources with an annual turnover of £65 million, Emerald has now established itself with a strong and unique position in both the academic research and corporate learning and development markets. 
 
Emerald Works, which has offices in Edinburgh, London, Horsham, the US and Australia, works with global brands such as Virgin Money, Standard Life Aberdeen, Rolls-Royce, Edrington and AstraZeneca among its growing client base. With a focus on the USA, UK and Australia, the company now serves more than 2.5 million learners and learning professionals each month, based in 180 countries worldwide. 
 
The integration will see Emerald Works invest in its core award-winning learning and development solutions; the Mind Tools learning toolkit, which boasts more than 2,000 online resources; evidence-based off-the-shelf and customisable e-learning solutions; and the Lean learning management system. 
 
In addition, Emerald Works will also extend the international reach of its industry-wide Learning Health Check, an independent research programme for L&D leaders to benchmark their strategies against other high-performing learning organisations.
 
Peter Casebow, CEO of Emerald Works, said: “This is a tremendously exciting day for Emerald Works as we bring together the heritage and expertise of these three respected brands to form one combined company. 
 
“Together, we share a passion and mission to change lives through learning, and our combined expertise, resources and evidence-led approach will help more people and organisations around the world to reach their potential.
 
“As we launch Emerald Works and look to enhance our solutions, one important thing will remain unchanged – our customers will continue to receive the same excellent solutions and high levels of service they have come to expect from us.”
 
Richard Bevan, CEO of Emerald Group and Chairman of Emerald Works, said: “It’s a truly significant moment for the business as we develop the Emerald name into the corporate learning space. The Group mission since our foundation in 1967 has been to provide research and learning resources that people can use to make a difference and, in bringing the expertise of these businesses closer together, we’re now positioned to extend the value of what we do to more learners worldwide.”  
 
Alan Brown, L&D Consultant at Standard Life Aberdeen, said: “It’s great to see these companies coming together under the new banner of Emerald Works. Towards Maturity is recognised as a leader in its field, gathering data and insights, and this has supported our own thinking and direction. GoodPractice and Mind Tools have also played their part, so to bring everything into one place can only be a good thing. We see this as a good thing for the continued development of our people.”
 
Sean Brown, Colleague Digital Experience Manager at Virgin Money, said: “This is great news, I can only see the positives of what this combined expertise will bring to us.  Having a brilliant learning experience for our colleagues is paramount to our learning strategy and I look forward to us shaping a prosperous future together.”
 
About Emerald Works 
At Emerald Works, we’re committed to helping individuals and organisations around the
world realise their full potential by using evidence-led learning solutions that work. We work together to build learning cultures that empower people to bring about real change for real impact.

About the Emerald Group
Emerald is a global learning organisation, based in Bingley, West Yorkshire, with a presence in 180 countries worldwide. Founded in 1967, with roots in scholarly publishing and bringing research to life, Emerald’s core purpose for over 50 years has been to champion fresh thinkers and help them make a difference so that little by little those in academia or in practice can unite to bring positive change in the real world.
www.emeraldgroup.com
 
For more information, visit: www.emeraldworks.com
@Emerald_Works Twitter

4 November 2019

LAUNCH OF EMERALD WORKS BRINGS TOGETHER THE COMBINED EXPERTISE OF THREE LEARNING ORGANISATIONS

GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and MindTools come together as one company, Emerald Works

Three established international learning organisations are coming together to form Emerald Works, one global company that will use its unique combination of learning expertise and resources to unlock the potential of millions of learners around the world.
 
Launching today (28 January), Emerald Works brings together the award-winning learning solutions and insights of GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and Mind Tools to offer a combined 60 years of learning experience.
 
The three renowned companies were acquired by the Emerald Group in 2015, 2017 and 2019 respectively. As a global provider of research and learning resources with an annual turnover of £65 million, Emerald has now established itself with a strong and unique position in both the academic research and corporate learning and development markets. 
 
Emerald Works, which has offices in Edinburgh, London, Horsham, the US and Australia, works with global brands such as Virgin Money, Standard Life Aberdeen, Rolls-Royce, Edrington and AstraZeneca among its growing client base. With a focus on the USA, UK and Australia, the company now serves more than 2.5 million learners and learning professionals each month, based in 180 countries worldwide. 
 
The integration will see Emerald Works invest in its core award-winning learning and development solutions; the Mind Tools learning toolkit, which boasts more than 2,000 online resources; evidence-based off-the-shelf and customisable e-learning solutions; and the Lean learning management system. 
 
In addition, Emerald Works will also extend the international reach of its industry-wide Learning Health Check, an independent research programme for L&D leaders to benchmark their strategies against other high-performing learning organisations.
 
Peter Casebow, CEO of Emerald Works, said: “This is a tremendously exciting day for Emerald Works as we bring together the heritage and expertise of these three respected brands to form one combined company. 
 
“Together, we share a passion and mission to change lives through learning, and our combined expertise, resources and evidence-led approach will help more people and organisations around the world to reach their potential.
 
“As we launch Emerald Works and look to enhance our solutions, one important thing will remain unchanged – our customers will continue to receive the same excellent solutions and high levels of service they have come to expect from us.”
 
Richard Bevan, CEO of Emerald Group and Chairman of Emerald Works, said: “It’s a truly significant moment for the business as we develop the Emerald name into the corporate learning space. The Group mission since our foundation in 1967 has been to provide research and learning resources that people can use to make a difference and, in bringing the expertise of these businesses closer together, we’re now positioned to extend the value of what we do to more learners worldwide.”  
 
Alan Brown, L&D Consultant at Standard Life Aberdeen, said: “It’s great to see these companies coming together under the new banner of Emerald Works. Towards Maturity is recognised as a leader in its field, gathering data and insights, and this has supported our own thinking and direction. GoodPractice and Mind Tools have also played their part, so to bring everything into one place can only be a good thing. We see this as a good thing for the continued development of our people.”
 
Sean Brown, Colleague Digital Experience Manager at Virgin Money, said: “This is great news, I can only see the positives of what this combined expertise will bring to us.  Having a brilliant learning experience for our colleagues is paramount to our learning strategy and I look forward to us shaping a prosperous future together.”
 
About Emerald Works 
At Emerald Works, we’re committed to helping individuals and organisations around the
world realise their full potential by using evidence-led learning solutions that work. We work together to build learning cultures that empower people to bring about real change for real impact.

About the Emerald Group
Emerald is a global learning organisation, based in Bingley, West Yorkshire, with a presence in 180 countries worldwide. Founded in 1967, with roots in scholarly publishing and bringing research to life, Emerald’s core purpose for over 50 years has been to champion fresh thinkers and help them make a difference so that little by little those in academia or in practice can unite to bring positive change in the real world.
www.emeraldgroup.com
 
For more information, visit: www.emeraldworks.com
@Emerald_Works Twitter

4 November 2019

LAUNCH OF EMERALD WORKS BRINGS TOGETHER THE COMBINED EXPERTISE OF THREE LEARNING ORGANISATIONS

GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and MindTools come together as one company, Emerald Works

Three established international learning organisations are coming together to form Emerald Works, one global company that will use its unique combination of learning expertise and resources to unlock the potential of millions of learners around the world.
 
Launching today (28 January), Emerald Works brings together the award-winning learning solutions and insights of GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and Mind Tools to offer a combined 60 years of learning experience.
 
The three renowned companies were acquired by the Emerald Group in 2015, 2017 and 2019 respectively. As a global provider of research and learning resources with an annual turnover of £65 million, Emerald has now established itself with a strong and unique position in both the academic research and corporate learning and development markets. 
 
Emerald Works, which has offices in Edinburgh, London, Horsham, the US and Australia, works with global brands such as Virgin Money, Standard Life Aberdeen, Rolls-Royce, Edrington and AstraZeneca among its growing client base. With a focus on the USA, UK and Australia, the company now serves more than 2.5 million learners and learning professionals each month, based in 180 countries worldwide. 
 
The integration will see Emerald Works invest in its core award-winning learning and development solutions; the Mind Tools learning toolkit, which boasts more than 2,000 online resources; evidence-based off-the-shelf and customisable e-learning solutions; and the Lean learning management system. 
 
In addition, Emerald Works will also extend the international reach of its industry-wide Learning Health Check, an independent research programme for L&D leaders to benchmark their strategies against other high-performing learning organisations.
 
Peter Casebow, CEO of Emerald Works, said: “This is a tremendously exciting day for Emerald Works as we bring together the heritage and expertise of these three respected brands to form one combined company. 
 
“Together, we share a passion and mission to change lives through learning, and our combined expertise, resources and evidence-led approach will help more people and organisations around the world to reach their potential.
 
“As we launch Emerald Works and look to enhance our solutions, one important thing will remain unchanged – our customers will continue to receive the same excellent solutions and high levels of service they have come to expect from us.”
 
Richard Bevan, CEO of Emerald Group and Chairman of Emerald Works, said: “It’s a truly significant moment for the business as we develop the Emerald name into the corporate learning space. The Group mission since our foundation in 1967 has been to provide research and learning resources that people can use to make a difference and, in bringing the expertise of these businesses closer together, we’re now positioned to extend the value of what we do to more learners worldwide.”  
 
Alan Brown, L&D Consultant at Standard Life Aberdeen, said: “It’s great to see these companies coming together under the new banner of Emerald Works. Towards Maturity is recognised as a leader in its field, gathering data and insights, and this has supported our own thinking and direction. GoodPractice and Mind Tools have also played their part, so to bring everything into one place can only be a good thing. We see this as a good thing for the continued development of our people.”
 
Sean Brown, Colleague Digital Experience Manager at Virgin Money, said: “This is great news, I can only see the positives of what this combined expertise will bring to us.  Having a brilliant learning experience for our colleagues is paramount to our learning strategy and I look forward to us shaping a prosperous future together.”
 
About Emerald Works 
At Emerald Works, we’re committed to helping individuals and organisations around the
world realise their full potential by using evidence-led learning solutions that work. We work together to build learning cultures that empower people to bring about real change for real impact.

About the Emerald Group
Emerald is a global learning organisation, based in Bingley, West Yorkshire, with a presence in 180 countries worldwide. Founded in 1967, with roots in scholarly publishing and bringing research to life, Emerald’s core purpose for over 50 years has been to champion fresh thinkers and help them make a difference so that little by little those in academia or in practice can unite to bring positive change in the real world.
www.emeraldgroup.com
 
For more information, visit: www.emeraldworks.com
@Emerald_Works Twitter

24 October 2019

LAUNCH OF EMERALD WORKS BRINGS TOGETHER THE COMBINED EXPERTISE OF THREE LEARNING ORGANISATIONS

GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and MindTools come together as one company, Emerald Works

Three established international learning organisations are coming together to form Emerald Works, one global company that will use its unique combination of learning expertise and resources to unlock the potential of millions of learners around the world.
 
Launching today (28 January), Emerald Works brings together the award-winning learning solutions and insights of GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and Mind Tools to offer a combined 60 years of learning experience.
 
The three renowned companies were acquired by the Emerald Group in 2015, 2017 and 2019 respectively. As a global provider of research and learning resources with an annual turnover of £65 million, Emerald has now established itself with a strong and unique position in both the academic research and corporate learning and development markets. 
 
Emerald Works, which has offices in Edinburgh, London, Horsham, the US and Australia, works with global brands such as Virgin Money, Standard Life Aberdeen, Rolls-Royce, Edrington and AstraZeneca among its growing client base. With a focus on the USA, UK and Australia, the company now serves more than 2.5 million learners and learning professionals each month, based in 180 countries worldwide. 
 
The integration will see Emerald Works invest in its core award-winning learning and development solutions; the Mind Tools learning toolkit, which boasts more than 2,000 online resources; evidence-based off-the-shelf and customisable e-learning solutions; and the Lean learning management system. 
 
In addition, Emerald Works will also extend the international reach of its industry-wide Learning Health Check, an independent research programme for L&D leaders to benchmark their strategies against other high-performing learning organisations.
 
Peter Casebow, CEO of Emerald Works, said: “This is a tremendously exciting day for Emerald Works as we bring together the heritage and expertise of these three respected brands to form one combined company. 
 
“Together, we share a passion and mission to change lives through learning, and our combined expertise, resources and evidence-led approach will help more people and organisations around the world to reach their potential.
 
“As we launch Emerald Works and look to enhance our solutions, one important thing will remain unchanged – our customers will continue to receive the same excellent solutions and high levels of service they have come to expect from us.”
 
Richard Bevan, CEO of Emerald Group and Chairman of Emerald Works, said: “It’s a truly significant moment for the business as we develop the Emerald name into the corporate learning space. The Group mission since our foundation in 1967 has been to provide research and learning resources that people can use to make a difference and, in bringing the expertise of these businesses closer together, we’re now positioned to extend the value of what we do to more learners worldwide.”  
 
Alan Brown, L&D Consultant at Standard Life Aberdeen, said: “It’s great to see these companies coming together under the new banner of Emerald Works. Towards Maturity is recognised as a leader in its field, gathering data and insights, and this has supported our own thinking and direction. GoodPractice and Mind Tools have also played their part, so to bring everything into one place can only be a good thing. We see this as a good thing for the continued development of our people.”
 
Sean Brown, Colleague Digital Experience Manager at Virgin Money, said: “This is great news, I can only see the positives of what this combined expertise will bring to us.  Having a brilliant learning experience for our colleagues is paramount to our learning strategy and I look forward to us shaping a prosperous future together.”
 
About Emerald Works 
At Emerald Works, we’re committed to helping individuals and organisations around the
world realise their full potential by using evidence-led learning solutions that work. We work together to build learning cultures that empower people to bring about real change for real impact.

About the Emerald Group
Emerald is a global learning organisation, based in Bingley, West Yorkshire, with a presence in 180 countries worldwide. Founded in 1967, with roots in scholarly publishing and bringing research to life, Emerald’s core purpose for over 50 years has been to champion fresh thinkers and help them make a difference so that little by little those in academia or in practice can unite to bring positive change in the real world.
www.emeraldgroup.com
 
For more information, visit: www.emeraldworks.com
@Emerald_Works Twitter

7 October 2019

LAUNCH OF EMERALD WORKS BRINGS TOGETHER THE COMBINED EXPERTISE OF THREE LEARNING ORGANISATIONS

GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and MindTools come together as one company, Emerald Works

Three established international learning organisations are coming together to form Emerald Works, one global company that will use its unique combination of learning expertise and resources to unlock the potential of millions of learners around the world.
 
Launching today (28 January), Emerald Works brings together the award-winning learning solutions and insights of GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and Mind Tools to offer a combined 60 years of learning experience.
 
The three renowned companies were acquired by the Emerald Group in 2015, 2017 and 2019 respectively. As a global provider of research and learning resources with an annual turnover of £65 million, Emerald has now established itself with a strong and unique position in both the academic research and corporate learning and development markets. 
 
Emerald Works, which has offices in Edinburgh, London, Horsham, the US and Australia, works with global brands such as Virgin Money, Standard Life Aberdeen, Rolls-Royce, Edrington and AstraZeneca among its growing client base. With a focus on the USA, UK and Australia, the company now serves more than 2.5 million learners and learning professionals each month, based in 180 countries worldwide. 
 
The integration will see Emerald Works invest in its core award-winning learning and development solutions; the Mind Tools learning toolkit, which boasts more than 2,000 online resources; evidence-based off-the-shelf and customisable e-learning solutions; and the Lean learning management system. 
 
In addition, Emerald Works will also extend the international reach of its industry-wide Learning Health Check, an independent research programme for L&D leaders to benchmark their strategies against other high-performing learning organisations.
 
Peter Casebow, CEO of Emerald Works, said: “This is a tremendously exciting day for Emerald Works as we bring together the heritage and expertise of these three respected brands to form one combined company. 
 
“Together, we share a passion and mission to change lives through learning, and our combined expertise, resources and evidence-led approach will help more people and organisations around the world to reach their potential.
 
“As we launch Emerald Works and look to enhance our solutions, one important thing will remain unchanged – our customers will continue to receive the same excellent solutions and high levels of service they have come to expect from us.”
 
Richard Bevan, CEO of Emerald Group and Chairman of Emerald Works, said: “It’s a truly significant moment for the business as we develop the Emerald name into the corporate learning space. The Group mission since our foundation in 1967 has been to provide research and learning resources that people can use to make a difference and, in bringing the expertise of these businesses closer together, we’re now positioned to extend the value of what we do to more learners worldwide.”  
 
Alan Brown, L&D Consultant at Standard Life Aberdeen, said: “It’s great to see these companies coming together under the new banner of Emerald Works. Towards Maturity is recognised as a leader in its field, gathering data and insights, and this has supported our own thinking and direction. GoodPractice and Mind Tools have also played their part, so to bring everything into one place can only be a good thing. We see this as a good thing for the continued development of our people.”
 
Sean Brown, Colleague Digital Experience Manager at Virgin Money, said: “This is great news, I can only see the positives of what this combined expertise will bring to us.  Having a brilliant learning experience for our colleagues is paramount to our learning strategy and I look forward to us shaping a prosperous future together.”
 
About Emerald Works 
At Emerald Works, we’re committed to helping individuals and organisations around the
world realise their full potential by using evidence-led learning solutions that work. We work together to build learning cultures that empower people to bring about real change for real impact.

About the Emerald Group
Emerald is a global learning organisation, based in Bingley, West Yorkshire, with a presence in 180 countries worldwide. Founded in 1967, with roots in scholarly publishing and bringing research to life, Emerald’s core purpose for over 50 years has been to champion fresh thinkers and help them make a difference so that little by little those in academia or in practice can unite to bring positive change in the real world.
www.emeraldgroup.com
 
For more information, visit: www.emeraldworks.com
@Emerald_Works Twitter

5 September 2019

LAUNCH OF EMERALD WORKS BRINGS TOGETHER THE COMBINED EXPERTISE OF THREE LEARNING ORGANISATIONS

GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and MindTools come together as one company, Emerald Works

Three established international learning organisations are coming together to form Emerald Works, one global company that will use its unique combination of learning expertise and resources to unlock the potential of millions of learners around the world.
 
Launching today (28 January), Emerald Works brings together the award-winning learning solutions and insights of GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and Mind Tools to offer a combined 60 years of learning experience.
 
The three renowned companies were acquired by the Emerald Group in 2015, 2017 and 2019 respectively. As a global provider of research and learning resources with an annual turnover of £65 million, Emerald has now established itself with a strong and unique position in both the academic research and corporate learning and development markets. 
 
Emerald Works, which has offices in Edinburgh, London, Horsham, the US and Australia, works with global brands such as Virgin Money, Standard Life Aberdeen, Rolls-Royce, Edrington and AstraZeneca among its growing client base. With a focus on the USA, UK and Australia, the company now serves more than 2.5 million learners and learning professionals each month, based in 180 countries worldwide. 
 
The integration will see Emerald Works invest in its core award-winning learning and development solutions; the Mind Tools learning toolkit, which boasts more than 2,000 online resources; evidence-based off-the-shelf and customisable e-learning solutions; and the Lean learning management system. 
 
In addition, Emerald Works will also extend the international reach of its industry-wide Learning Health Check, an independent research programme for L&D leaders to benchmark their strategies against other high-performing learning organisations.
 
Peter Casebow, CEO of Emerald Works, said: “This is a tremendously exciting day for Emerald Works as we bring together the heritage and expertise of these three respected brands to form one combined company. 
 
“Together, we share a passion and mission to change lives through learning, and our combined expertise, resources and evidence-led approach will help more people and organisations around the world to reach their potential.
 
“As we launch Emerald Works and look to enhance our solutions, one important thing will remain unchanged – our customers will continue to receive the same excellent solutions and high levels of service they have come to expect from us.”
 
Richard Bevan, CEO of Emerald Group and Chairman of Emerald Works, said: “It’s a truly significant moment for the business as we develop the Emerald name into the corporate learning space. The Group mission since our foundation in 1967 has been to provide research and learning resources that people can use to make a difference and, in bringing the expertise of these businesses closer together, we’re now positioned to extend the value of what we do to more learners worldwide.”  
 
Alan Brown, L&D Consultant at Standard Life Aberdeen, said: “It’s great to see these companies coming together under the new banner of Emerald Works. Towards Maturity is recognised as a leader in its field, gathering data and insights, and this has supported our own thinking and direction. GoodPractice and Mind Tools have also played their part, so to bring everything into one place can only be a good thing. We see this as a good thing for the continued development of our people.”
 
Sean Brown, Colleague Digital Experience Manager at Virgin Money, said: “This is great news, I can only see the positives of what this combined expertise will bring to us.  Having a brilliant learning experience for our colleagues is paramount to our learning strategy and I look forward to us shaping a prosperous future together.”
 
About Emerald Works 
At Emerald Works, we’re committed to helping individuals and organisations around the
world realise their full potential by using evidence-led learning solutions that work. We work together to build learning cultures that empower people to bring about real change for real impact.

About the Emerald Group
Emerald is a global learning organisation, based in Bingley, West Yorkshire, with a presence in 180 countries worldwide. Founded in 1967, with roots in scholarly publishing and bringing research to life, Emerald’s core purpose for over 50 years has been to champion fresh thinkers and help them make a difference so that little by little those in academia or in practice can unite to bring positive change in the real world.
www.emeraldgroup.com
 
For more information, visit: www.emeraldworks.com
@Emerald_Works Twitter

30 August 2019

LAUNCH OF EMERALD WORKS BRINGS TOGETHER THE COMBINED EXPERTISE OF THREE LEARNING ORGANISATIONS

GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and MindTools come together as one company, Emerald Works

Three established international learning organisations are coming together to form Emerald Works, one global company that will use its unique combination of learning expertise and resources to unlock the potential of millions of learners around the world.
 
Launching today (28 January), Emerald Works brings together the award-winning learning solutions and insights of GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and Mind Tools to offer a combined 60 years of learning experience.
 
The three renowned companies were acquired by the Emerald Group in 2015, 2017 and 2019 respectively. As a global provider of research and learning resources with an annual turnover of £65 million, Emerald has now established itself with a strong and unique position in both the academic research and corporate learning and development markets. 
 
Emerald Works, which has offices in Edinburgh, London, Horsham, the US and Australia, works with global brands such as Virgin Money, Standard Life Aberdeen, Rolls-Royce, Edrington and AstraZeneca among its growing client base. With a focus on the USA, UK and Australia, the company now serves more than 2.5 million learners and learning professionals each month, based in 180 countries worldwide. 
 
The integration will see Emerald Works invest in its core award-winning learning and development solutions; the Mind Tools learning toolkit, which boasts more than 2,000 online resources; evidence-based off-the-shelf and customisable e-learning solutions; and the Lean learning management system. 
 
In addition, Emerald Works will also extend the international reach of its industry-wide Learning Health Check, an independent research programme for L&D leaders to benchmark their strategies against other high-performing learning organisations.
 
Peter Casebow, CEO of Emerald Works, said: “This is a tremendously exciting day for Emerald Works as we bring together the heritage and expertise of these three respected brands to form one combined company. 
 
“Together, we share a passion and mission to change lives through learning, and our combined expertise, resources and evidence-led approach will help more people and organisations around the world to reach their potential.
 
“As we launch Emerald Works and look to enhance our solutions, one important thing will remain unchanged – our customers will continue to receive the same excellent solutions and high levels of service they have come to expect from us.”
 
Richard Bevan, CEO of Emerald Group and Chairman of Emerald Works, said: “It’s a truly significant moment for the business as we develop the Emerald name into the corporate learning space. The Group mission since our foundation in 1967 has been to provide research and learning resources that people can use to make a difference and, in bringing the expertise of these businesses closer together, we’re now positioned to extend the value of what we do to more learners worldwide.”  
 
Alan Brown, L&D Consultant at Standard Life Aberdeen, said: “It’s great to see these companies coming together under the new banner of Emerald Works. Towards Maturity is recognised as a leader in its field, gathering data and insights, and this has supported our own thinking and direction. GoodPractice and Mind Tools have also played their part, so to bring everything into one place can only be a good thing. We see this as a good thing for the continued development of our people.”
 
Sean Brown, Colleague Digital Experience Manager at Virgin Money, said: “This is great news, I can only see the positives of what this combined expertise will bring to us.  Having a brilliant learning experience for our colleagues is paramount to our learning strategy and I look forward to us shaping a prosperous future together.”
 
About Emerald Works 
At Emerald Works, we’re committed to helping individuals and organisations around the
world realise their full potential by using evidence-led learning solutions that work. We work together to build learning cultures that empower people to bring about real change for real impact.

About the Emerald Group
Emerald is a global learning organisation, based in Bingley, West Yorkshire, with a presence in 180 countries worldwide. Founded in 1967, with roots in scholarly publishing and bringing research to life, Emerald’s core purpose for over 50 years has been to champion fresh thinkers and help them make a difference so that little by little those in academia or in practice can unite to bring positive change in the real world.
www.emeraldgroup.com
 
For more information, visit: www.emeraldworks.com
@Emerald_Works Twitter

29 August 2019

LAUNCH OF EMERALD WORKS BRINGS TOGETHER THE COMBINED EXPERTISE OF THREE LEARNING ORGANISATIONS

GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and MindTools come together as one company, Emerald Works

Three established international learning organisations are coming together to form Emerald Works, one global company that will use its unique combination of learning expertise and resources to unlock the potential of millions of learners around the world.
 
Launching today (28 January), Emerald Works brings together the award-winning learning solutions and insights of GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and Mind Tools to offer a combined 60 years of learning experience.
 
The three renowned companies were acquired by the Emerald Group in 2015, 2017 and 2019 respectively. As a global provider of research and learning resources with an annual turnover of £65 million, Emerald has now established itself with a strong and unique position in both the academic research and corporate learning and development markets. 
 
Emerald Works, which has offices in Edinburgh, London, Horsham, the US and Australia, works with global brands such as Virgin Money, Standard Life Aberdeen, Rolls-Royce, Edrington and AstraZeneca among its growing client base. With a focus on the USA, UK and Australia, the company now serves more than 2.5 million learners and learning professionals each month, based in 180 countries worldwide. 
 
The integration will see Emerald Works invest in its core award-winning learning and development solutions; the Mind Tools learning toolkit, which boasts more than 2,000 online resources; evidence-based off-the-shelf and customisable e-learning solutions; and the Lean learning management system. 
 
In addition, Emerald Works will also extend the international reach of its industry-wide Learning Health Check, an independent research programme for L&D leaders to benchmark their strategies against other high-performing learning organisations.
 
Peter Casebow, CEO of Emerald Works, said: “This is a tremendously exciting day for Emerald Works as we bring together the heritage and expertise of these three respected brands to form one combined company. 
 
“Together, we share a passion and mission to change lives through learning, and our combined expertise, resources and evidence-led approach will help more people and organisations around the world to reach their potential.
 
“As we launch Emerald Works and look to enhance our solutions, one important thing will remain unchanged – our customers will continue to receive the same excellent solutions and high levels of service they have come to expect from us.”
 
Richard Bevan, CEO of Emerald Group and Chairman of Emerald Works, said: “It’s a truly significant moment for the business as we develop the Emerald name into the corporate learning space. The Group mission since our foundation in 1967 has been to provide research and learning resources that people can use to make a difference and, in bringing the expertise of these businesses closer together, we’re now positioned to extend the value of what we do to more learners worldwide.”  
 
Alan Brown, L&D Consultant at Standard Life Aberdeen, said: “It’s great to see these companies coming together under the new banner of Emerald Works. Towards Maturity is recognised as a leader in its field, gathering data and insights, and this has supported our own thinking and direction. GoodPractice and Mind Tools have also played their part, so to bring everything into one place can only be a good thing. We see this as a good thing for the continued development of our people.”
 
Sean Brown, Colleague Digital Experience Manager at Virgin Money, said: “This is great news, I can only see the positives of what this combined expertise will bring to us.  Having a brilliant learning experience for our colleagues is paramount to our learning strategy and I look forward to us shaping a prosperous future together.”
 
About Emerald Works 
At Emerald Works, we’re committed to helping individuals and organisations around the
world realise their full potential by using evidence-led learning solutions that work. We work together to build learning cultures that empower people to bring about real change for real impact.

About the Emerald Group
Emerald is a global learning organisation, based in Bingley, West Yorkshire, with a presence in 180 countries worldwide. Founded in 1967, with roots in scholarly publishing and bringing research to life, Emerald’s core purpose for over 50 years has been to champion fresh thinkers and help them make a difference so that little by little those in academia or in practice can unite to bring positive change in the real world.
www.emeraldgroup.com
 
For more information, visit: www.emeraldworks.com
@Emerald_Works Twitter

30 July 2019

LAUNCH OF EMERALD WORKS BRINGS TOGETHER THE COMBINED EXPERTISE OF THREE LEARNING ORGANISATIONS

GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and MindTools come together as one company, Emerald Works

Three established international learning organisations are coming together to form Emerald Works, one global company that will use its unique combination of learning expertise and resources to unlock the potential of millions of learners around the world.
 
Launching today (28 January), Emerald Works brings together the award-winning learning solutions and insights of GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and Mind Tools to offer a combined 60 years of learning experience.
 
The three renowned companies were acquired by the Emerald Group in 2015, 2017 and 2019 respectively. As a global provider of research and learning resources with an annual turnover of £65 million, Emerald has now established itself with a strong and unique position in both the academic research and corporate learning and development markets. 
 
Emerald Works, which has offices in Edinburgh, London, Horsham, the US and Australia, works with global brands such as Virgin Money, Standard Life Aberdeen, Rolls-Royce, Edrington and AstraZeneca among its growing client base. With a focus on the USA, UK and Australia, the company now serves more than 2.5 million learners and learning professionals each month, based in 180 countries worldwide. 
 
The integration will see Emerald Works invest in its core award-winning learning and development solutions; the Mind Tools learning toolkit, which boasts more than 2,000 online resources; evidence-based off-the-shelf and customisable e-learning solutions; and the Lean learning management system. 
 
In addition, Emerald Works will also extend the international reach of its industry-wide Learning Health Check, an independent research programme for L&D leaders to benchmark their strategies against other high-performing learning organisations.
 
Peter Casebow, CEO of Emerald Works, said: “This is a tremendously exciting day for Emerald Works as we bring together the heritage and expertise of these three respected brands to form one combined company. 
 
“Together, we share a passion and mission to change lives through learning, and our combined expertise, resources and evidence-led approach will help more people and organisations around the world to reach their potential.
 
“As we launch Emerald Works and look to enhance our solutions, one important thing will remain unchanged – our customers will continue to receive the same excellent solutions and high levels of service they have come to expect from us.”
 
Richard Bevan, CEO of Emerald Group and Chairman of Emerald Works, said: “It’s a truly significant moment for the business as we develop the Emerald name into the corporate learning space. The Group mission since our foundation in 1967 has been to provide research and learning resources that people can use to make a difference and, in bringing the expertise of these businesses closer together, we’re now positioned to extend the value of what we do to more learners worldwide.”  
 
Alan Brown, L&D Consultant at Standard Life Aberdeen, said: “It’s great to see these companies coming together under the new banner of Emerald Works. Towards Maturity is recognised as a leader in its field, gathering data and insights, and this has supported our own thinking and direction. GoodPractice and Mind Tools have also played their part, so to bring everything into one place can only be a good thing. We see this as a good thing for the continued development of our people.”
 
Sean Brown, Colleague Digital Experience Manager at Virgin Money, said: “This is great news, I can only see the positives of what this combined expertise will bring to us.  Having a brilliant learning experience for our colleagues is paramount to our learning strategy and I look forward to us shaping a prosperous future together.”
 
About Emerald Works 
At Emerald Works, we’re committed to helping individuals and organisations around the
world realise their full potential by using evidence-led learning solutions that work. We work together to build learning cultures that empower people to bring about real change for real impact.

About the Emerald Group
Emerald is a global learning organisation, based in Bingley, West Yorkshire, with a presence in 180 countries worldwide. Founded in 1967, with roots in scholarly publishing and bringing research to life, Emerald’s core purpose for over 50 years has been to champion fresh thinkers and help them make a difference so that little by little those in academia or in practice can unite to bring positive change in the real world.
www.emeraldgroup.com
 
For more information, visit: www.emeraldworks.com
@Emerald_Works Twitter

18 July 2019

LAUNCH OF EMERALD WORKS BRINGS TOGETHER THE COMBINED EXPERTISE OF THREE LEARNING ORGANISATIONS

GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and MindTools come together as one company, Emerald Works

Three established international learning organisations are coming together to form Emerald Works, one global company that will use its unique combination of learning expertise and resources to unlock the potential of millions of learners around the world.
 
Launching today (28 January), Emerald Works brings together the award-winning learning solutions and insights of GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and Mind Tools to offer a combined 60 years of learning experience.
 
The three renowned companies were acquired by the Emerald Group in 2015, 2017 and 2019 respectively. As a global provider of research and learning resources with an annual turnover of £65 million, Emerald has now established itself with a strong and unique position in both the academic research and corporate learning and development markets. 
 
Emerald Works, which has offices in Edinburgh, London, Horsham, the US and Australia, works with global brands such as Virgin Money, Standard Life Aberdeen, Rolls-Royce, Edrington and AstraZeneca among its growing client base. With a focus on the USA, UK and Australia, the company now serves more than 2.5 million learners and learning professionals each month, based in 180 countries worldwide. 
 
The integration will see Emerald Works invest in its core award-winning learning and development solutions; the Mind Tools learning toolkit, which boasts more than 2,000 online resources; evidence-based off-the-shelf and customisable e-learning solutions; and the Lean learning management system. 
 
In addition, Emerald Works will also extend the international reach of its industry-wide Learning Health Check, an independent research programme for L&D leaders to benchmark their strategies against other high-performing learning organisations.
 
Peter Casebow, CEO of Emerald Works, said: “This is a tremendously exciting day for Emerald Works as we bring together the heritage and expertise of these three respected brands to form one combined company. 
 
“Together, we share a passion and mission to change lives through learning, and our combined expertise, resources and evidence-led approach will help more people and organisations around the world to reach their potential.
 
“As we launch Emerald Works and look to enhance our solutions, one important thing will remain unchanged – our customers will continue to receive the same excellent solutions and high levels of service they have come to expect from us.”
 
Richard Bevan, CEO of Emerald Group and Chairman of Emerald Works, said: “It’s a truly significant moment for the business as we develop the Emerald name into the corporate learning space. The Group mission since our foundation in 1967 has been to provide research and learning resources that people can use to make a difference and, in bringing the expertise of these businesses closer together, we’re now positioned to extend the value of what we do to more learners worldwide.”  
 
Alan Brown, L&D Consultant at Standard Life Aberdeen, said: “It’s great to see these companies coming together under the new banner of Emerald Works. Towards Maturity is recognised as a leader in its field, gathering data and insights, and this has supported our own thinking and direction. GoodPractice and Mind Tools have also played their part, so to bring everything into one place can only be a good thing. We see this as a good thing for the continued development of our people.”
 
Sean Brown, Colleague Digital Experience Manager at Virgin Money, said: “This is great news, I can only see the positives of what this combined expertise will bring to us.  Having a brilliant learning experience for our colleagues is paramount to our learning strategy and I look forward to us shaping a prosperous future together.”
 
About Emerald Works 
At Emerald Works, we’re committed to helping individuals and organisations around the
world realise their full potential by using evidence-led learning solutions that work. We work together to build learning cultures that empower people to bring about real change for real impact.

About the Emerald Group
Emerald is a global learning organisation, based in Bingley, West Yorkshire, with a presence in 180 countries worldwide. Founded in 1967, with roots in scholarly publishing and bringing research to life, Emerald’s core purpose for over 50 years has been to champion fresh thinkers and help them make a difference so that little by little those in academia or in practice can unite to bring positive change in the real world.
www.emeraldgroup.com
 
For more information, visit: www.emeraldworks.com
@Emerald_Works Twitter

25 June 2019

LAUNCH OF EMERALD WORKS BRINGS TOGETHER THE COMBINED EXPERTISE OF THREE LEARNING ORGANISATIONS

GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and MindTools come together as one company, Emerald Works

Three established international learning organisations are coming together to form Emerald Works, one global company that will use its unique combination of learning expertise and resources to unlock the potential of millions of learners around the world.
 
Launching today (28 January), Emerald Works brings together the award-winning learning solutions and insights of GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and Mind Tools to offer a combined 60 years of learning experience.
 
The three renowned companies were acquired by the Emerald Group in 2015, 2017 and 2019 respectively. As a global provider of research and learning resources with an annual turnover of £65 million, Emerald has now established itself with a strong and unique position in both the academic research and corporate learning and development markets. 
 
Emerald Works, which has offices in Edinburgh, London, Horsham, the US and Australia, works with global brands such as Virgin Money, Standard Life Aberdeen, Rolls-Royce, Edrington and AstraZeneca among its growing client base. With a focus on the USA, UK and Australia, the company now serves more than 2.5 million learners and learning professionals each month, based in 180 countries worldwide. 
 
The integration will see Emerald Works invest in its core award-winning learning and development solutions; the Mind Tools learning toolkit, which boasts more than 2,000 online resources; evidence-based off-the-shelf and customisable e-learning solutions; and the Lean learning management system. 
 
In addition, Emerald Works will also extend the international reach of its industry-wide Learning Health Check, an independent research programme for L&D leaders to benchmark their strategies against other high-performing learning organisations.
 
Peter Casebow, CEO of Emerald Works, said: “This is a tremendously exciting day for Emerald Works as we bring together the heritage and expertise of these three respected brands to form one combined company. 
 
“Together, we share a passion and mission to change lives through learning, and our combined expertise, resources and evidence-led approach will help more people and organisations around the world to reach their potential.
 
“As we launch Emerald Works and look to enhance our solutions, one important thing will remain unchanged – our customers will continue to receive the same excellent solutions and high levels of service they have come to expect from us.”
 
Richard Bevan, CEO of Emerald Group and Chairman of Emerald Works, said: “It’s a truly significant moment for the business as we develop the Emerald name into the corporate learning space. The Group mission since our foundation in 1967 has been to provide research and learning resources that people can use to make a difference and, in bringing the expertise of these businesses closer together, we’re now positioned to extend the value of what we do to more learners worldwide.”  
 
Alan Brown, L&D Consultant at Standard Life Aberdeen, said: “It’s great to see these companies coming together under the new banner of Emerald Works. Towards Maturity is recognised as a leader in its field, gathering data and insights, and this has supported our own thinking and direction. GoodPractice and Mind Tools have also played their part, so to bring everything into one place can only be a good thing. We see this as a good thing for the continued development of our people.”
 
Sean Brown, Colleague Digital Experience Manager at Virgin Money, said: “This is great news, I can only see the positives of what this combined expertise will bring to us.  Having a brilliant learning experience for our colleagues is paramount to our learning strategy and I look forward to us shaping a prosperous future together.”
 
About Emerald Works 
At Emerald Works, we’re committed to helping individuals and organisations around the
world realise their full potential by using evidence-led learning solutions that work. We work together to build learning cultures that empower people to bring about real change for real impact.

About the Emerald Group
Emerald is a global learning organisation, based in Bingley, West Yorkshire, with a presence in 180 countries worldwide. Founded in 1967, with roots in scholarly publishing and bringing research to life, Emerald’s core purpose for over 50 years has been to champion fresh thinkers and help them make a difference so that little by little those in academia or in practice can unite to bring positive change in the real world.
www.emeraldgroup.com
 
For more information, visit: www.emeraldworks.com
@Emerald_Works Twitter

19 June 2019

LAUNCH OF EMERALD WORKS BRINGS TOGETHER THE COMBINED EXPERTISE OF THREE LEARNING ORGANISATIONS

GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and MindTools come together as one company, Emerald Works

Three established international learning organisations are coming together to form Emerald Works, one global company that will use its unique combination of learning expertise and resources to unlock the potential of millions of learners around the world.
 
Launching today (28 January), Emerald Works brings together the award-winning learning solutions and insights of GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and Mind Tools to offer a combined 60 years of learning experience.
 
The three renowned companies were acquired by the Emerald Group in 2015, 2017 and 2019 respectively. As a global provider of research and learning resources with an annual turnover of £65 million, Emerald has now established itself with a strong and unique position in both the academic research and corporate learning and development markets. 
 
Emerald Works, which has offices in Edinburgh, London, Horsham, the US and Australia, works with global brands such as Virgin Money, Standard Life Aberdeen, Rolls-Royce, Edrington and AstraZeneca among its growing client base. With a focus on the USA, UK and Australia, the company now serves more than 2.5 million learners and learning professionals each month, based in 180 countries worldwide. 
 
The integration will see Emerald Works invest in its core award-winning learning and development solutions; the Mind Tools learning toolkit, which boasts more than 2,000 online resources; evidence-based off-the-shelf and customisable e-learning solutions; and the Lean learning management system. 
 
In addition, Emerald Works will also extend the international reach of its industry-wide Learning Health Check, an independent research programme for L&D leaders to benchmark their strategies against other high-performing learning organisations.
 
Peter Casebow, CEO of Emerald Works, said: “This is a tremendously exciting day for Emerald Works as we bring together the heritage and expertise of these three respected brands to form one combined company. 
 
“Together, we share a passion and mission to change lives through learning, and our combined expertise, resources and evidence-led approach will help more people and organisations around the world to reach their potential.
 
“As we launch Emerald Works and look to enhance our solutions, one important thing will remain unchanged – our customers will continue to receive the same excellent solutions and high levels of service they have come to expect from us.”
 
Richard Bevan, CEO of Emerald Group and Chairman of Emerald Works, said: “It’s a truly significant moment for the business as we develop the Emerald name into the corporate learning space. The Group mission since our foundation in 1967 has been to provide research and learning resources that people can use to make a difference and, in bringing the expertise of these businesses closer together, we’re now positioned to extend the value of what we do to more learners worldwide.”  
 
Alan Brown, L&D Consultant at Standard Life Aberdeen, said: “It’s great to see these companies coming together under the new banner of Emerald Works. Towards Maturity is recognised as a leader in its field, gathering data and insights, and this has supported our own thinking and direction. GoodPractice and Mind Tools have also played their part, so to bring everything into one place can only be a good thing. We see this as a good thing for the continued development of our people.”
 
Sean Brown, Colleague Digital Experience Manager at Virgin Money, said: “This is great news, I can only see the positives of what this combined expertise will bring to us.  Having a brilliant learning experience for our colleagues is paramount to our learning strategy and I look forward to us shaping a prosperous future together.”
 
About Emerald Works 
At Emerald Works, we’re committed to helping individuals and organisations around the
world realise their full potential by using evidence-led learning solutions that work. We work together to build learning cultures that empower people to bring about real change for real impact.

About the Emerald Group
Emerald is a global learning organisation, based in Bingley, West Yorkshire, with a presence in 180 countries worldwide. Founded in 1967, with roots in scholarly publishing and bringing research to life, Emerald’s core purpose for over 50 years has been to champion fresh thinkers and help them make a difference so that little by little those in academia or in practice can unite to bring positive change in the real world.
www.emeraldgroup.com
 
For more information, visit: www.emeraldworks.com
@Emerald_Works Twitter

6 June 2019

LAUNCH OF EMERALD WORKS BRINGS TOGETHER THE COMBINED EXPERTISE OF THREE LEARNING ORGANISATIONS

GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and MindTools come together as one company, Emerald Works

Three established international learning organisations are coming together to form Emerald Works, one global company that will use its unique combination of learning expertise and resources to unlock the potential of millions of learners around the world.
 
Launching today (28 January), Emerald Works brings together the award-winning learning solutions and insights of GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and Mind Tools to offer a combined 60 years of learning experience.
 
The three renowned companies were acquired by the Emerald Group in 2015, 2017 and 2019 respectively. As a global provider of research and learning resources with an annual turnover of £65 million, Emerald has now established itself with a strong and unique position in both the academic research and corporate learning and development markets. 
 
Emerald Works, which has offices in Edinburgh, London, Horsham, the US and Australia, works with global brands such as Virgin Money, Standard Life Aberdeen, Rolls-Royce, Edrington and AstraZeneca among its growing client base. With a focus on the USA, UK and Australia, the company now serves more than 2.5 million learners and learning professionals each month, based in 180 countries worldwide. 
 
The integration will see Emerald Works invest in its core award-winning learning and development solutions; the Mind Tools learning toolkit, which boasts more than 2,000 online resources; evidence-based off-the-shelf and customisable e-learning solutions; and the Lean learning management system. 
 
In addition, Emerald Works will also extend the international reach of its industry-wide Learning Health Check, an independent research programme for L&D leaders to benchmark their strategies against other high-performing learning organisations.
 
Peter Casebow, CEO of Emerald Works, said: “This is a tremendously exciting day for Emerald Works as we bring together the heritage and expertise of these three respected brands to form one combined company. 
 
“Together, we share a passion and mission to change lives through learning, and our combined expertise, resources and evidence-led approach will help more people and organisations around the world to reach their potential.
 
“As we launch Emerald Works and look to enhance our solutions, one important thing will remain unchanged – our customers will continue to receive the same excellent solutions and high levels of service they have come to expect from us.”
 
Richard Bevan, CEO of Emerald Group and Chairman of Emerald Works, said: “It’s a truly significant moment for the business as we develop the Emerald name into the corporate learning space. The Group mission since our foundation in 1967 has been to provide research and learning resources that people can use to make a difference and, in bringing the expertise of these businesses closer together, we’re now positioned to extend the value of what we do to more learners worldwide.”  
 
Alan Brown, L&D Consultant at Standard Life Aberdeen, said: “It’s great to see these companies coming together under the new banner of Emerald Works. Towards Maturity is recognised as a leader in its field, gathering data and insights, and this has supported our own thinking and direction. GoodPractice and Mind Tools have also played their part, so to bring everything into one place can only be a good thing. We see this as a good thing for the continued development of our people.”
 
Sean Brown, Colleague Digital Experience Manager at Virgin Money, said: “This is great news, I can only see the positives of what this combined expertise will bring to us.  Having a brilliant learning experience for our colleagues is paramount to our learning strategy and I look forward to us shaping a prosperous future together.”
 
About Emerald Works 
At Emerald Works, we’re committed to helping individuals and organisations around the
world realise their full potential by using evidence-led learning solutions that work. We work together to build learning cultures that empower people to bring about real change for real impact.

About the Emerald Group
Emerald is a global learning organisation, based in Bingley, West Yorkshire, with a presence in 180 countries worldwide. Founded in 1967, with roots in scholarly publishing and bringing research to life, Emerald’s core purpose for over 50 years has been to champion fresh thinkers and help them make a difference so that little by little those in academia or in practice can unite to bring positive change in the real world.
www.emeraldgroup.com
 
For more information, visit: www.emeraldworks.com
@Emerald_Works Twitter

28 May 2019

LAUNCH OF EMERALD WORKS BRINGS TOGETHER THE COMBINED EXPERTISE OF THREE LEARNING ORGANISATIONS

GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and MindTools come together as one company, Emerald Works

Three established international learning organisations are coming together to form Emerald Works, one global company that will use its unique combination of learning expertise and resources to unlock the potential of millions of learners around the world.
 
Launching today (28 January), Emerald Works brings together the award-winning learning solutions and insights of GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and Mind Tools to offer a combined 60 years of learning experience.
 
The three renowned companies were acquired by the Emerald Group in 2015, 2017 and 2019 respectively. As a global provider of research and learning resources with an annual turnover of £65 million, Emerald has now established itself with a strong and unique position in both the academic research and corporate learning and development markets. 
 
Emerald Works, which has offices in Edinburgh, London, Horsham, the US and Australia, works with global brands such as Virgin Money, Standard Life Aberdeen, Rolls-Royce, Edrington and AstraZeneca among its growing client base. With a focus on the USA, UK and Australia, the company now serves more than 2.5 million learners and learning professionals each month, based in 180 countries worldwide. 
 
The integration will see Emerald Works invest in its core award-winning learning and development solutions; the Mind Tools learning toolkit, which boasts more than 2,000 online resources; evidence-based off-the-shelf and customisable e-learning solutions; and the Lean learning management system. 
 
In addition, Emerald Works will also extend the international reach of its industry-wide Learning Health Check, an independent research programme for L&D leaders to benchmark their strategies against other high-performing learning organisations.
 
Peter Casebow, CEO of Emerald Works, said: “This is a tremendously exciting day for Emerald Works as we bring together the heritage and expertise of these three respected brands to form one combined company. 
 
“Together, we share a passion and mission to change lives through learning, and our combined expertise, resources and evidence-led approach will help more people and organisations around the world to reach their potential.
 
“As we launch Emerald Works and look to enhance our solutions, one important thing will remain unchanged – our customers will continue to receive the same excellent solutions and high levels of service they have come to expect from us.”
 
Richard Bevan, CEO of Emerald Group and Chairman of Emerald Works, said: “It’s a truly significant moment for the business as we develop the Emerald name into the corporate learning space. The Group mission since our foundation in 1967 has been to provide research and learning resources that people can use to make a difference and, in bringing the expertise of these businesses closer together, we’re now positioned to extend the value of what we do to more learners worldwide.”  
 
Alan Brown, L&D Consultant at Standard Life Aberdeen, said: “It’s great to see these companies coming together under the new banner of Emerald Works. Towards Maturity is recognised as a leader in its field, gathering data and insights, and this has supported our own thinking and direction. GoodPractice and Mind Tools have also played their part, so to bring everything into one place can only be a good thing. We see this as a good thing for the continued development of our people.”
 
Sean Brown, Colleague Digital Experience Manager at Virgin Money, said: “This is great news, I can only see the positives of what this combined expertise will bring to us.  Having a brilliant learning experience for our colleagues is paramount to our learning strategy and I look forward to us shaping a prosperous future together.”
 
About Emerald Works 
At Emerald Works, we’re committed to helping individuals and organisations around the
world realise their full potential by using evidence-led learning solutions that work. We work together to build learning cultures that empower people to bring about real change for real impact.

About the Emerald Group
Emerald is a global learning organisation, based in Bingley, West Yorkshire, with a presence in 180 countries worldwide. Founded in 1967, with roots in scholarly publishing and bringing research to life, Emerald’s core purpose for over 50 years has been to champion fresh thinkers and help them make a difference so that little by little those in academia or in practice can unite to bring positive change in the real world.
www.emeraldgroup.com
 
For more information, visit: www.emeraldworks.com
@Emerald_Works Twitter

10 May 2019

LAUNCH OF EMERALD WORKS BRINGS TOGETHER THE COMBINED EXPERTISE OF THREE LEARNING ORGANISATIONS

GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and MindTools come together as one company, Emerald Works

Three established international learning organisations are coming together to form Emerald Works, one global company that will use its unique combination of learning expertise and resources to unlock the potential of millions of learners around the world.
 
Launching today (28 January), Emerald Works brings together the award-winning learning solutions and insights of GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and Mind Tools to offer a combined 60 years of learning experience.
 
The three renowned companies were acquired by the Emerald Group in 2015, 2017 and 2019 respectively. As a global provider of research and learning resources with an annual turnover of £65 million, Emerald has now established itself with a strong and unique position in both the academic research and corporate learning and development markets. 
 
Emerald Works, which has offices in Edinburgh, London, Horsham, the US and Australia, works with global brands such as Virgin Money, Standard Life Aberdeen, Rolls-Royce, Edrington and AstraZeneca among its growing client base. With a focus on the USA, UK and Australia, the company now serves more than 2.5 million learners and learning professionals each month, based in 180 countries worldwide. 
 
The integration will see Emerald Works invest in its core award-winning learning and development solutions; the Mind Tools learning toolkit, which boasts more than 2,000 online resources; evidence-based off-the-shelf and customisable e-learning solutions; and the Lean learning management system. 
 
In addition, Emerald Works will also extend the international reach of its industry-wide Learning Health Check, an independent research programme for L&D leaders to benchmark their strategies against other high-performing learning organisations.
 
Peter Casebow, CEO of Emerald Works, said: “This is a tremendously exciting day for Emerald Works as we bring together the heritage and expertise of these three respected brands to form one combined company. 
 
“Together, we share a passion and mission to change lives through learning, and our combined expertise, resources and evidence-led approach will help more people and organisations around the world to reach their potential.
 
“As we launch Emerald Works and look to enhance our solutions, one important thing will remain unchanged – our customers will continue to receive the same excellent solutions and high levels of service they have come to expect from us.”
 
Richard Bevan, CEO of Emerald Group and Chairman of Emerald Works, said: “It’s a truly significant moment for the business as we develop the Emerald name into the corporate learning space. The Group mission since our foundation in 1967 has been to provide research and learning resources that people can use to make a difference and, in bringing the expertise of these businesses closer together, we’re now positioned to extend the value of what we do to more learners worldwide.”  
 
Alan Brown, L&D Consultant at Standard Life Aberdeen, said: “It’s great to see these companies coming together under the new banner of Emerald Works. Towards Maturity is recognised as a leader in its field, gathering data and insights, and this has supported our own thinking and direction. GoodPractice and Mind Tools have also played their part, so to bring everything into one place can only be a good thing. We see this as a good thing for the continued development of our people.”
 
Sean Brown, Colleague Digital Experience Manager at Virgin Money, said: “This is great news, I can only see the positives of what this combined expertise will bring to us.  Having a brilliant learning experience for our colleagues is paramount to our learning strategy and I look forward to us shaping a prosperous future together.”
 
About Emerald Works 
At Emerald Works, we’re committed to helping individuals and organisations around the
world realise their full potential by using evidence-led learning solutions that work. We work together to build learning cultures that empower people to bring about real change for real impact.

About the Emerald Group
Emerald is a global learning organisation, based in Bingley, West Yorkshire, with a presence in 180 countries worldwide. Founded in 1967, with roots in scholarly publishing and bringing research to life, Emerald’s core purpose for over 50 years has been to champion fresh thinkers and help them make a difference so that little by little those in academia or in practice can unite to bring positive change in the real world.
www.emeraldgroup.com
 
For more information, visit: www.emeraldworks.com
@Emerald_Works Twitter

6 May 2019

LAUNCH OF EMERALD WORKS BRINGS TOGETHER THE COMBINED EXPERTISE OF THREE LEARNING ORGANISATIONS

GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and MindTools come together as one company, Emerald Works

Three established international learning organisations are coming together to form Emerald Works, one global company that will use its unique combination of learning expertise and resources to unlock the potential of millions of learners around the world.
 
Launching today (28 January), Emerald Works brings together the award-winning learning solutions and insights of GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and Mind Tools to offer a combined 60 years of learning experience.
 
The three renowned companies were acquired by the Emerald Group in 2015, 2017 and 2019 respectively. As a global provider of research and learning resources with an annual turnover of £65 million, Emerald has now established itself with a strong and unique position in both the academic research and corporate learning and development markets. 
 
Emerald Works, which has offices in Edinburgh, London, Horsham, the US and Australia, works with global brands such as Virgin Money, Standard Life Aberdeen, Rolls-Royce, Edrington and AstraZeneca among its growing client base. With a focus on the USA, UK and Australia, the company now serves more than 2.5 million learners and learning professionals each month, based in 180 countries worldwide. 
 
The integration will see Emerald Works invest in its core award-winning learning and development solutions; the Mind Tools learning toolkit, which boasts more than 2,000 online resources; evidence-based off-the-shelf and customisable e-learning solutions; and the Lean learning management system. 
 
In addition, Emerald Works will also extend the international reach of its industry-wide Learning Health Check, an independent research programme for L&D leaders to benchmark their strategies against other high-performing learning organisations.
 
Peter Casebow, CEO of Emerald Works, said: “This is a tremendously exciting day for Emerald Works as we bring together the heritage and expertise of these three respected brands to form one combined company. 
 
“Together, we share a passion and mission to change lives through learning, and our combined expertise, resources and evidence-led approach will help more people and organisations around the world to reach their potential.
 
“As we launch Emerald Works and look to enhance our solutions, one important thing will remain unchanged – our customers will continue to receive the same excellent solutions and high levels of service they have come to expect from us.”
 
Richard Bevan, CEO of Emerald Group and Chairman of Emerald Works, said: “It’s a truly significant moment for the business as we develop the Emerald name into the corporate learning space. The Group mission since our foundation in 1967 has been to provide research and learning resources that people can use to make a difference and, in bringing the expertise of these businesses closer together, we’re now positioned to extend the value of what we do to more learners worldwide.”  
 
Alan Brown, L&D Consultant at Standard Life Aberdeen, said: “It’s great to see these companies coming together under the new banner of Emerald Works. Towards Maturity is recognised as a leader in its field, gathering data and insights, and this has supported our own thinking and direction. GoodPractice and Mind Tools have also played their part, so to bring everything into one place can only be a good thing. We see this as a good thing for the continued development of our people.”
 
Sean Brown, Colleague Digital Experience Manager at Virgin Money, said: “This is great news, I can only see the positives of what this combined expertise will bring to us.  Having a brilliant learning experience for our colleagues is paramount to our learning strategy and I look forward to us shaping a prosperous future together.”
 
About Emerald Works 
At Emerald Works, we’re committed to helping individuals and organisations around the
world realise their full potential by using evidence-led learning solutions that work. We work together to build learning cultures that empower people to bring about real change for real impact.

About the Emerald Group
Emerald is a global learning organisation, based in Bingley, West Yorkshire, with a presence in 180 countries worldwide. Founded in 1967, with roots in scholarly publishing and bringing research to life, Emerald’s core purpose for over 50 years has been to champion fresh thinkers and help them make a difference so that little by little those in academia or in practice can unite to bring positive change in the real world.
www.emeraldgroup.com
 
For more information, visit: www.emeraldworks.com
@Emerald_Works Twitter

30 April 2019

LAUNCH OF EMERALD WORKS BRINGS TOGETHER THE COMBINED EXPERTISE OF THREE LEARNING ORGANISATIONS

GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and MindTools come together as one company, Emerald Works

Three established international learning organisations are coming together to form Emerald Works, one global company that will use its unique combination of learning expertise and resources to unlock the potential of millions of learners around the world.
 
Launching today (28 January), Emerald Works brings together the award-winning learning solutions and insights of GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and Mind Tools to offer a combined 60 years of learning experience.
 
The three renowned companies were acquired by the Emerald Group in 2015, 2017 and 2019 respectively. As a global provider of research and learning resources with an annual turnover of £65 million, Emerald has now established itself with a strong and unique position in both the academic research and corporate learning and development markets. 
 
Emerald Works, which has offices in Edinburgh, London, Horsham, the US and Australia, works with global brands such as Virgin Money, Standard Life Aberdeen, Rolls-Royce, Edrington and AstraZeneca among its growing client base. With a focus on the USA, UK and Australia, the company now serves more than 2.5 million learners and learning professionals each month, based in 180 countries worldwide. 
 
The integration will see Emerald Works invest in its core award-winning learning and development solutions; the Mind Tools learning toolkit, which boasts more than 2,000 online resources; evidence-based off-the-shelf and customisable e-learning solutions; and the Lean learning management system. 
 
In addition, Emerald Works will also extend the international reach of its industry-wide Learning Health Check, an independent research programme for L&D leaders to benchmark their strategies against other high-performing learning organisations.
 
Peter Casebow, CEO of Emerald Works, said: “This is a tremendously exciting day for Emerald Works as we bring together the heritage and expertise of these three respected brands to form one combined company. 
 
“Together, we share a passion and mission to change lives through learning, and our combined expertise, resources and evidence-led approach will help more people and organisations around the world to reach their potential.
 
“As we launch Emerald Works and look to enhance our solutions, one important thing will remain unchanged – our customers will continue to receive the same excellent solutions and high levels of service they have come to expect from us.”
 
Richard Bevan, CEO of Emerald Group and Chairman of Emerald Works, said: “It’s a truly significant moment for the business as we develop the Emerald name into the corporate learning space. The Group mission since our foundation in 1967 has been to provide research and learning resources that people can use to make a difference and, in bringing the expertise of these businesses closer together, we’re now positioned to extend the value of what we do to more learners worldwide.”  
 
Alan Brown, L&D Consultant at Standard Life Aberdeen, said: “It’s great to see these companies coming together under the new banner of Emerald Works. Towards Maturity is recognised as a leader in its field, gathering data and insights, and this has supported our own thinking and direction. GoodPractice and Mind Tools have also played their part, so to bring everything into one place can only be a good thing. We see this as a good thing for the continued development of our people.”
 
Sean Brown, Colleague Digital Experience Manager at Virgin Money, said: “This is great news, I can only see the positives of what this combined expertise will bring to us.  Having a brilliant learning experience for our colleagues is paramount to our learning strategy and I look forward to us shaping a prosperous future together.”
 
About Emerald Works 
At Emerald Works, we’re committed to helping individuals and organisations around the
world realise their full potential by using evidence-led learning solutions that work. We work together to build learning cultures that empower people to bring about real change for real impact.

About the Emerald Group
Emerald is a global learning organisation, based in Bingley, West Yorkshire, with a presence in 180 countries worldwide. Founded in 1967, with roots in scholarly publishing and bringing research to life, Emerald’s core purpose for over 50 years has been to champion fresh thinkers and help them make a difference so that little by little those in academia or in practice can unite to bring positive change in the real world.
www.emeraldgroup.com
 
For more information, visit: www.emeraldworks.com
@Emerald_Works Twitter

29 April 2019

LAUNCH OF EMERALD WORKS BRINGS TOGETHER THE COMBINED EXPERTISE OF THREE LEARNING ORGANISATIONS

GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and MindTools come together as one company, Emerald Works

Three established international learning organisations are coming together to form Emerald Works, one global company that will use its unique combination of learning expertise and resources to unlock the potential of millions of learners around the world.
 
Launching today (28 January), Emerald Works brings together the award-winning learning solutions and insights of GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and Mind Tools to offer a combined 60 years of learning experience.
 
The three renowned companies were acquired by the Emerald Group in 2015, 2017 and 2019 respectively. As a global provider of research and learning resources with an annual turnover of £65 million, Emerald has now established itself with a strong and unique position in both the academic research and corporate learning and development markets. 
 
Emerald Works, which has offices in Edinburgh, London, Horsham, the US and Australia, works with global brands such as Virgin Money, Standard Life Aberdeen, Rolls-Royce, Edrington and AstraZeneca among its growing client base. With a focus on the USA, UK and Australia, the company now serves more than 2.5 million learners and learning professionals each month, based in 180 countries worldwide. 
 
The integration will see Emerald Works invest in its core award-winning learning and development solutions; the Mind Tools learning toolkit, which boasts more than 2,000 online resources; evidence-based off-the-shelf and customisable e-learning solutions; and the Lean learning management system. 
 
In addition, Emerald Works will also extend the international reach of its industry-wide Learning Health Check, an independent research programme for L&D leaders to benchmark their strategies against other high-performing learning organisations.
 
Peter Casebow, CEO of Emerald Works, said: “This is a tremendously exciting day for Emerald Works as we bring together the heritage and expertise of these three respected brands to form one combined company. 
 
“Together, we share a passion and mission to change lives through learning, and our combined expertise, resources and evidence-led approach will help more people and organisations around the world to reach their potential.
 
“As we launch Emerald Works and look to enhance our solutions, one important thing will remain unchanged – our customers will continue to receive the same excellent solutions and high levels of service they have come to expect from us.”
 
Richard Bevan, CEO of Emerald Group and Chairman of Emerald Works, said: “It’s a truly significant moment for the business as we develop the Emerald name into the corporate learning space. The Group mission since our foundation in 1967 has been to provide research and learning resources that people can use to make a difference and, in bringing the expertise of these businesses closer together, we’re now positioned to extend the value of what we do to more learners worldwide.”  
 
Alan Brown, L&D Consultant at Standard Life Aberdeen, said: “It’s great to see these companies coming together under the new banner of Emerald Works. Towards Maturity is recognised as a leader in its field, gathering data and insights, and this has supported our own thinking and direction. GoodPractice and Mind Tools have also played their part, so to bring everything into one place can only be a good thing. We see this as a good thing for the continued development of our people.”
 
Sean Brown, Colleague Digital Experience Manager at Virgin Money, said: “This is great news, I can only see the positives of what this combined expertise will bring to us.  Having a brilliant learning experience for our colleagues is paramount to our learning strategy and I look forward to us shaping a prosperous future together.”
 
About Emerald Works 
At Emerald Works, we’re committed to helping individuals and organisations around the
world realise their full potential by using evidence-led learning solutions that work. We work together to build learning cultures that empower people to bring about real change for real impact.

About the Emerald Group
Emerald is a global learning organisation, based in Bingley, West Yorkshire, with a presence in 180 countries worldwide. Founded in 1967, with roots in scholarly publishing and bringing research to life, Emerald’s core purpose for over 50 years has been to champion fresh thinkers and help them make a difference so that little by little those in academia or in practice can unite to bring positive change in the real world.
www.emeraldgroup.com
 
For more information, visit: www.emeraldworks.com
@Emerald_Works Twitter

26 April 2019

LAUNCH OF EMERALD WORKS BRINGS TOGETHER THE COMBINED EXPERTISE OF THREE LEARNING ORGANISATIONS

GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and MindTools come together as one company, Emerald Works

Three established international learning organisations are coming together to form Emerald Works, one global company that will use its unique combination of learning expertise and resources to unlock the potential of millions of learners around the world.
 
Launching today (28 January), Emerald Works brings together the award-winning learning solutions and insights of GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and Mind Tools to offer a combined 60 years of learning experience.
 
The three renowned companies were acquired by the Emerald Group in 2015, 2017 and 2019 respectively. As a global provider of research and learning resources with an annual turnover of £65 million, Emerald has now established itself with a strong and unique position in both the academic research and corporate learning and development markets. 
 
Emerald Works, which has offices in Edinburgh, London, Horsham, the US and Australia, works with global brands such as Virgin Money, Standard Life Aberdeen, Rolls-Royce, Edrington and AstraZeneca among its growing client base. With a focus on the USA, UK and Australia, the company now serves more than 2.5 million learners and learning professionals each month, based in 180 countries worldwide. 
 
The integration will see Emerald Works invest in its core award-winning learning and development solutions; the Mind Tools learning toolkit, which boasts more than 2,000 online resources; evidence-based off-the-shelf and customisable e-learning solutions; and the Lean learning management system. 
 
In addition, Emerald Works will also extend the international reach of its industry-wide Learning Health Check, an independent research programme for L&D leaders to benchmark their strategies against other high-performing learning organisations.
 
Peter Casebow, CEO of Emerald Works, said: “This is a tremendously exciting day for Emerald Works as we bring together the heritage and expertise of these three respected brands to form one combined company. 
 
“Together, we share a passion and mission to change lives through learning, and our combined expertise, resources and evidence-led approach will help more people and organisations around the world to reach their potential.
 
“As we launch Emerald Works and look to enhance our solutions, one important thing will remain unchanged – our customers will continue to receive the same excellent solutions and high levels of service they have come to expect from us.”
 
Richard Bevan, CEO of Emerald Group and Chairman of Emerald Works, said: “It’s a truly significant moment for the business as we develop the Emerald name into the corporate learning space. The Group mission since our foundation in 1967 has been to provide research and learning resources that people can use to make a difference and, in bringing the expertise of these businesses closer together, we’re now positioned to extend the value of what we do to more learners worldwide.”  
 
Alan Brown, L&D Consultant at Standard Life Aberdeen, said: “It’s great to see these companies coming together under the new banner of Emerald Works. Towards Maturity is recognised as a leader in its field, gathering data and insights, and this has supported our own thinking and direction. GoodPractice and Mind Tools have also played their part, so to bring everything into one place can only be a good thing. We see this as a good thing for the continued development of our people.”
 
Sean Brown, Colleague Digital Experience Manager at Virgin Money, said: “This is great news, I can only see the positives of what this combined expertise will bring to us.  Having a brilliant learning experience for our colleagues is paramount to our learning strategy and I look forward to us shaping a prosperous future together.”
 
About Emerald Works 
At Emerald Works, we’re committed to helping individuals and organisations around the
world realise their full potential by using evidence-led learning solutions that work. We work together to build learning cultures that empower people to bring about real change for real impact.

About the Emerald Group
Emerald is a global learning organisation, based in Bingley, West Yorkshire, with a presence in 180 countries worldwide. Founded in 1967, with roots in scholarly publishing and bringing research to life, Emerald’s core purpose for over 50 years has been to champion fresh thinkers and help them make a difference so that little by little those in academia or in practice can unite to bring positive change in the real world.
www.emeraldgroup.com
 
For more information, visit: www.emeraldworks.com
@Emerald_Works Twitter

9 April 2019

LAUNCH OF EMERALD WORKS BRINGS TOGETHER THE COMBINED EXPERTISE OF THREE LEARNING ORGANISATIONS

GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and MindTools come together as one company, Emerald Works

Three established international learning organisations are coming together to form Emerald Works, one global company that will use its unique combination of learning expertise and resources to unlock the potential of millions of learners around the world.
 
Launching today (28 January), Emerald Works brings together the award-winning learning solutions and insights of GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and Mind Tools to offer a combined 60 years of learning experience.
 
The three renowned companies were acquired by the Emerald Group in 2015, 2017 and 2019 respectively. As a global provider of research and learning resources with an annual turnover of £65 million, Emerald has now established itself with a strong and unique position in both the academic research and corporate learning and development markets. 
 
Emerald Works, which has offices in Edinburgh, London, Horsham, the US and Australia, works with global brands such as Virgin Money, Standard Life Aberdeen, Rolls-Royce, Edrington and AstraZeneca among its growing client base. With a focus on the USA, UK and Australia, the company now serves more than 2.5 million learners and learning professionals each month, based in 180 countries worldwide. 
 
The integration will see Emerald Works invest in its core award-winning learning and development solutions; the Mind Tools learning toolkit, which boasts more than 2,000 online resources; evidence-based off-the-shelf and customisable e-learning solutions; and the Lean learning management system. 
 
In addition, Emerald Works will also extend the international reach of its industry-wide Learning Health Check, an independent research programme for L&D leaders to benchmark their strategies against other high-performing learning organisations.
 
Peter Casebow, CEO of Emerald Works, said: “This is a tremendously exciting day for Emerald Works as we bring together the heritage and expertise of these three respected brands to form one combined company. 
 
“Together, we share a passion and mission to change lives through learning, and our combined expertise, resources and evidence-led approach will help more people and organisations around the world to reach their potential.
 
“As we launch Emerald Works and look to enhance our solutions, one important thing will remain unchanged – our customers will continue to receive the same excellent solutions and high levels of service they have come to expect from us.”
 
Richard Bevan, CEO of Emerald Group and Chairman of Emerald Works, said: “It’s a truly significant moment for the business as we develop the Emerald name into the corporate learning space. The Group mission since our foundation in 1967 has been to provide research and learning resources that people can use to make a difference and, in bringing the expertise of these businesses closer together, we’re now positioned to extend the value of what we do to more learners worldwide.”  
 
Alan Brown, L&D Consultant at Standard Life Aberdeen, said: “It’s great to see these companies coming together under the new banner of Emerald Works. Towards Maturity is recognised as a leader in its field, gathering data and insights, and this has supported our own thinking and direction. GoodPractice and Mind Tools have also played their part, so to bring everything into one place can only be a good thing. We see this as a good thing for the continued development of our people.”
 
Sean Brown, Colleague Digital Experience Manager at Virgin Money, said: “This is great news, I can only see the positives of what this combined expertise will bring to us.  Having a brilliant learning experience for our colleagues is paramount to our learning strategy and I look forward to us shaping a prosperous future together.”
 
About Emerald Works 
At Emerald Works, we’re committed to helping individuals and organisations around the
world realise their full potential by using evidence-led learning solutions that work. We work together to build learning cultures that empower people to bring about real change for real impact.

About the Emerald Group
Emerald is a global learning organisation, based in Bingley, West Yorkshire, with a presence in 180 countries worldwide. Founded in 1967, with roots in scholarly publishing and bringing research to life, Emerald’s core purpose for over 50 years has been to champion fresh thinkers and help them make a difference so that little by little those in academia or in practice can unite to bring positive change in the real world.
www.emeraldgroup.com
 
For more information, visit: www.emeraldworks.com
@Emerald_Works Twitter

1 April 2019

LAUNCH OF EMERALD WORKS BRINGS TOGETHER THE COMBINED EXPERTISE OF THREE LEARNING ORGANISATIONS

GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and MindTools come together as one company, Emerald Works

Three established international learning organisations are coming together to form Emerald Works, one global company that will use its unique combination of learning expertise and resources to unlock the potential of millions of learners around the world.
 
Launching today (28 January), Emerald Works brings together the award-winning learning solutions and insights of GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and Mind Tools to offer a combined 60 years of learning experience.
 
The three renowned companies were acquired by the Emerald Group in 2015, 2017 and 2019 respectively. As a global provider of research and learning resources with an annual turnover of £65 million, Emerald has now established itself with a strong and unique position in both the academic research and corporate learning and development markets. 
 
Emerald Works, which has offices in Edinburgh, London, Horsham, the US and Australia, works with global brands such as Virgin Money, Standard Life Aberdeen, Rolls-Royce, Edrington and AstraZeneca among its growing client base. With a focus on the USA, UK and Australia, the company now serves more than 2.5 million learners and learning professionals each month, based in 180 countries worldwide. 
 
The integration will see Emerald Works invest in its core award-winning learning and development solutions; the Mind Tools learning toolkit, which boasts more than 2,000 online resources; evidence-based off-the-shelf and customisable e-learning solutions; and the Lean learning management system. 
 
In addition, Emerald Works will also extend the international reach of its industry-wide Learning Health Check, an independent research programme for L&D leaders to benchmark their strategies against other high-performing learning organisations.
 
Peter Casebow, CEO of Emerald Works, said: “This is a tremendously exciting day for Emerald Works as we bring together the heritage and expertise of these three respected brands to form one combined company. 
 
“Together, we share a passion and mission to change lives through learning, and our combined expertise, resources and evidence-led approach will help more people and organisations around the world to reach their potential.
 
“As we launch Emerald Works and look to enhance our solutions, one important thing will remain unchanged – our customers will continue to receive the same excellent solutions and high levels of service they have come to expect from us.”
 
Richard Bevan, CEO of Emerald Group and Chairman of Emerald Works, said: “It’s a truly significant moment for the business as we develop the Emerald name into the corporate learning space. The Group mission since our foundation in 1967 has been to provide research and learning resources that people can use to make a difference and, in bringing the expertise of these businesses closer together, we’re now positioned to extend the value of what we do to more learners worldwide.”  
 
Alan Brown, L&D Consultant at Standard Life Aberdeen, said: “It’s great to see these companies coming together under the new banner of Emerald Works. Towards Maturity is recognised as a leader in its field, gathering data and insights, and this has supported our own thinking and direction. GoodPractice and Mind Tools have also played their part, so to bring everything into one place can only be a good thing. We see this as a good thing for the continued development of our people.”
 
Sean Brown, Colleague Digital Experience Manager at Virgin Money, said: “This is great news, I can only see the positives of what this combined expertise will bring to us.  Having a brilliant learning experience for our colleagues is paramount to our learning strategy and I look forward to us shaping a prosperous future together.”
 
About Emerald Works 
At Emerald Works, we’re committed to helping individuals and organisations around the
world realise their full potential by using evidence-led learning solutions that work. We work together to build learning cultures that empower people to bring about real change for real impact.

About the Emerald Group
Emerald is a global learning organisation, based in Bingley, West Yorkshire, with a presence in 180 countries worldwide. Founded in 1967, with roots in scholarly publishing and bringing research to life, Emerald’s core purpose for over 50 years has been to champion fresh thinkers and help them make a difference so that little by little those in academia or in practice can unite to bring positive change in the real world.
www.emeraldgroup.com
 
For more information, visit: www.emeraldworks.com
@Emerald_Works Twitter

20 March 2019

LAUNCH OF EMERALD WORKS BRINGS TOGETHER THE COMBINED EXPERTISE OF THREE LEARNING ORGANISATIONS

GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and MindTools come together as one company, Emerald Works

Three established international learning organisations are coming together to form Emerald Works, one global company that will use its unique combination of learning expertise and resources to unlock the potential of millions of learners around the world.
 
Launching today (28 January), Emerald Works brings together the award-winning learning solutions and insights of GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and Mind Tools to offer a combined 60 years of learning experience.
 
The three renowned companies were acquired by the Emerald Group in 2015, 2017 and 2019 respectively. As a global provider of research and learning resources with an annual turnover of £65 million, Emerald has now established itself with a strong and unique position in both the academic research and corporate learning and development markets. 
 
Emerald Works, which has offices in Edinburgh, London, Horsham, the US and Australia, works with global brands such as Virgin Money, Standard Life Aberdeen, Rolls-Royce, Edrington and AstraZeneca among its growing client base. With a focus on the USA, UK and Australia, the company now serves more than 2.5 million learners and learning professionals each month, based in 180 countries worldwide. 
 
The integration will see Emerald Works invest in its core award-winning learning and development solutions; the Mind Tools learning toolkit, which boasts more than 2,000 online resources; evidence-based off-the-shelf and customisable e-learning solutions; and the Lean learning management system. 
 
In addition, Emerald Works will also extend the international reach of its industry-wide Learning Health Check, an independent research programme for L&D leaders to benchmark their strategies against other high-performing learning organisations.
 
Peter Casebow, CEO of Emerald Works, said: “This is a tremendously exciting day for Emerald Works as we bring together the heritage and expertise of these three respected brands to form one combined company. 
 
“Together, we share a passion and mission to change lives through learning, and our combined expertise, resources and evidence-led approach will help more people and organisations around the world to reach their potential.
 
“As we launch Emerald Works and look to enhance our solutions, one important thing will remain unchanged – our customers will continue to receive the same excellent solutions and high levels of service they have come to expect from us.”
 
Richard Bevan, CEO of Emerald Group and Chairman of Emerald Works, said: “It’s a truly significant moment for the business as we develop the Emerald name into the corporate learning space. The Group mission since our foundation in 1967 has been to provide research and learning resources that people can use to make a difference and, in bringing the expertise of these businesses closer together, we’re now positioned to extend the value of what we do to more learners worldwide.”  
 
Alan Brown, L&D Consultant at Standard Life Aberdeen, said: “It’s great to see these companies coming together under the new banner of Emerald Works. Towards Maturity is recognised as a leader in its field, gathering data and insights, and this has supported our own thinking and direction. GoodPractice and Mind Tools have also played their part, so to bring everything into one place can only be a good thing. We see this as a good thing for the continued development of our people.”
 
Sean Brown, Colleague Digital Experience Manager at Virgin Money, said: “This is great news, I can only see the positives of what this combined expertise will bring to us.  Having a brilliant learning experience for our colleagues is paramount to our learning strategy and I look forward to us shaping a prosperous future together.”
 
About Emerald Works 
At Emerald Works, we’re committed to helping individuals and organisations around the
world realise their full potential by using evidence-led learning solutions that work. We work together to build learning cultures that empower people to bring about real change for real impact.

About the Emerald Group
Emerald is a global learning organisation, based in Bingley, West Yorkshire, with a presence in 180 countries worldwide. Founded in 1967, with roots in scholarly publishing and bringing research to life, Emerald’s core purpose for over 50 years has been to champion fresh thinkers and help them make a difference so that little by little those in academia or in practice can unite to bring positive change in the real world.
www.emeraldgroup.com
 
For more information, visit: www.emeraldworks.com
@Emerald_Works Twitter

19 March 2019

LAUNCH OF EMERALD WORKS BRINGS TOGETHER THE COMBINED EXPERTISE OF THREE LEARNING ORGANISATIONS

GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and MindTools come together as one company, Emerald Works

Three established international learning organisations are coming together to form Emerald Works, one global company that will use its unique combination of learning expertise and resources to unlock the potential of millions of learners around the world.
 
Launching today (28 January), Emerald Works brings together the award-winning learning solutions and insights of GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and Mind Tools to offer a combined 60 years of learning experience.
 
The three renowned companies were acquired by the Emerald Group in 2015, 2017 and 2019 respectively. As a global provider of research and learning resources with an annual turnover of £65 million, Emerald has now established itself with a strong and unique position in both the academic research and corporate learning and development markets. 
 
Emerald Works, which has offices in Edinburgh, London, Horsham, the US and Australia, works with global brands such as Virgin Money, Standard Life Aberdeen, Rolls-Royce, Edrington and AstraZeneca among its growing client base. With a focus on the USA, UK and Australia, the company now serves more than 2.5 million learners and learning professionals each month, based in 180 countries worldwide. 
 
The integration will see Emerald Works invest in its core award-winning learning and development solutions; the Mind Tools learning toolkit, which boasts more than 2,000 online resources; evidence-based off-the-shelf and customisable e-learning solutions; and the Lean learning management system. 
 
In addition, Emerald Works will also extend the international reach of its industry-wide Learning Health Check, an independent research programme for L&D leaders to benchmark their strategies against other high-performing learning organisations.
 
Peter Casebow, CEO of Emerald Works, said: “This is a tremendously exciting day for Emerald Works as we bring together the heritage and expertise of these three respected brands to form one combined company. 
 
“Together, we share a passion and mission to change lives through learning, and our combined expertise, resources and evidence-led approach will help more people and organisations around the world to reach their potential.
 
“As we launch Emerald Works and look to enhance our solutions, one important thing will remain unchanged – our customers will continue to receive the same excellent solutions and high levels of service they have come to expect from us.”
 
Richard Bevan, CEO of Emerald Group and Chairman of Emerald Works, said: “It’s a truly significant moment for the business as we develop the Emerald name into the corporate learning space. The Group mission since our foundation in 1967 has been to provide research and learning resources that people can use to make a difference and, in bringing the expertise of these businesses closer together, we’re now positioned to extend the value of what we do to more learners worldwide.”  
 
Alan Brown, L&D Consultant at Standard Life Aberdeen, said: “It’s great to see these companies coming together under the new banner of Emerald Works. Towards Maturity is recognised as a leader in its field, gathering data and insights, and this has supported our own thinking and direction. GoodPractice and Mind Tools have also played their part, so to bring everything into one place can only be a good thing. We see this as a good thing for the continued development of our people.”
 
Sean Brown, Colleague Digital Experience Manager at Virgin Money, said: “This is great news, I can only see the positives of what this combined expertise will bring to us.  Having a brilliant learning experience for our colleagues is paramount to our learning strategy and I look forward to us shaping a prosperous future together.”
 
About Emerald Works 
At Emerald Works, we’re committed to helping individuals and organisations around the
world realise their full potential by using evidence-led learning solutions that work. We work together to build learning cultures that empower people to bring about real change for real impact.

About the Emerald Group
Emerald is a global learning organisation, based in Bingley, West Yorkshire, with a presence in 180 countries worldwide. Founded in 1967, with roots in scholarly publishing and bringing research to life, Emerald’s core purpose for over 50 years has been to champion fresh thinkers and help them make a difference so that little by little those in academia or in practice can unite to bring positive change in the real world.
www.emeraldgroup.com
 
For more information, visit: www.emeraldworks.com
@Emerald_Works Twitter

4 March 2019

LAUNCH OF EMERALD WORKS BRINGS TOGETHER THE COMBINED EXPERTISE OF THREE LEARNING ORGANISATIONS

GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and MindTools come together as one company, Emerald Works

Three established international learning organisations are coming together to form Emerald Works, one global company that will use its unique combination of learning expertise and resources to unlock the potential of millions of learners around the world.
 
Launching today (28 January), Emerald Works brings together the award-winning learning solutions and insights of GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and Mind Tools to offer a combined 60 years of learning experience.
 
The three renowned companies were acquired by the Emerald Group in 2015, 2017 and 2019 respectively. As a global provider of research and learning resources with an annual turnover of £65 million, Emerald has now established itself with a strong and unique position in both the academic research and corporate learning and development markets. 
 
Emerald Works, which has offices in Edinburgh, London, Horsham, the US and Australia, works with global brands such as Virgin Money, Standard Life Aberdeen, Rolls-Royce, Edrington and AstraZeneca among its growing client base. With a focus on the USA, UK and Australia, the company now serves more than 2.5 million learners and learning professionals each month, based in 180 countries worldwide. 
 
The integration will see Emerald Works invest in its core award-winning learning and development solutions; the Mind Tools learning toolkit, which boasts more than 2,000 online resources; evidence-based off-the-shelf and customisable e-learning solutions; and the Lean learning management system. 
 
In addition, Emerald Works will also extend the international reach of its industry-wide Learning Health Check, an independent research programme for L&D leaders to benchmark their strategies against other high-performing learning organisations.
 
Peter Casebow, CEO of Emerald Works, said: “This is a tremendously exciting day for Emerald Works as we bring together the heritage and expertise of these three respected brands to form one combined company. 
 
“Together, we share a passion and mission to change lives through learning, and our combined expertise, resources and evidence-led approach will help more people and organisations around the world to reach their potential.
 
“As we launch Emerald Works and look to enhance our solutions, one important thing will remain unchanged – our customers will continue to receive the same excellent solutions and high levels of service they have come to expect from us.”
 
Richard Bevan, CEO of Emerald Group and Chairman of Emerald Works, said: “It’s a truly significant moment for the business as we develop the Emerald name into the corporate learning space. The Group mission since our foundation in 1967 has been to provide research and learning resources that people can use to make a difference and, in bringing the expertise of these businesses closer together, we’re now positioned to extend the value of what we do to more learners worldwide.”  
 
Alan Brown, L&D Consultant at Standard Life Aberdeen, said: “It’s great to see these companies coming together under the new banner of Emerald Works. Towards Maturity is recognised as a leader in its field, gathering data and insights, and this has supported our own thinking and direction. GoodPractice and Mind Tools have also played their part, so to bring everything into one place can only be a good thing. We see this as a good thing for the continued development of our people.”
 
Sean Brown, Colleague Digital Experience Manager at Virgin Money, said: “This is great news, I can only see the positives of what this combined expertise will bring to us.  Having a brilliant learning experience for our colleagues is paramount to our learning strategy and I look forward to us shaping a prosperous future together.”
 
About Emerald Works 
At Emerald Works, we’re committed to helping individuals and organisations around the
world realise their full potential by using evidence-led learning solutions that work. We work together to build learning cultures that empower people to bring about real change for real impact.

About the Emerald Group
Emerald is a global learning organisation, based in Bingley, West Yorkshire, with a presence in 180 countries worldwide. Founded in 1967, with roots in scholarly publishing and bringing research to life, Emerald’s core purpose for over 50 years has been to champion fresh thinkers and help them make a difference so that little by little those in academia or in practice can unite to bring positive change in the real world.
www.emeraldgroup.com
 
For more information, visit: www.emeraldworks.com
@Emerald_Works Twitter

26 February 2019

LAUNCH OF EMERALD WORKS BRINGS TOGETHER THE COMBINED EXPERTISE OF THREE LEARNING ORGANISATIONS

GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and MindTools come together as one company, Emerald Works

Three established international learning organisations are coming together to form Emerald Works, one global company that will use its unique combination of learning expertise and resources to unlock the potential of millions of learners around the world.
 
Launching today (28 January), Emerald Works brings together the award-winning learning solutions and insights of GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and Mind Tools to offer a combined 60 years of learning experience.
 
The three renowned companies were acquired by the Emerald Group in 2015, 2017 and 2019 respectively. As a global provider of research and learning resources with an annual turnover of £65 million, Emerald has now established itself with a strong and unique position in both the academic research and corporate learning and development markets. 
 
Emerald Works, which has offices in Edinburgh, London, Horsham, the US and Australia, works with global brands such as Virgin Money, Standard Life Aberdeen, Rolls-Royce, Edrington and AstraZeneca among its growing client base. With a focus on the USA, UK and Australia, the company now serves more than 2.5 million learners and learning professionals each month, based in 180 countries worldwide. 
 
The integration will see Emerald Works invest in its core award-winning learning and development solutions; the Mind Tools learning toolkit, which boasts more than 2,000 online resources; evidence-based off-the-shelf and customisable e-learning solutions; and the Lean learning management system. 
 
In addition, Emerald Works will also extend the international reach of its industry-wide Learning Health Check, an independent research programme for L&D leaders to benchmark their strategies against other high-performing learning organisations.
 
Peter Casebow, CEO of Emerald Works, said: “This is a tremendously exciting day for Emerald Works as we bring together the heritage and expertise of these three respected brands to form one combined company. 
 
“Together, we share a passion and mission to change lives through learning, and our combined expertise, resources and evidence-led approach will help more people and organisations around the world to reach their potential.
 
“As we launch Emerald Works and look to enhance our solutions, one important thing will remain unchanged – our customers will continue to receive the same excellent solutions and high levels of service they have come to expect from us.”
 
Richard Bevan, CEO of Emerald Group and Chairman of Emerald Works, said: “It’s a truly significant moment for the business as we develop the Emerald name into the corporate learning space. The Group mission since our foundation in 1967 has been to provide research and learning resources that people can use to make a difference and, in bringing the expertise of these businesses closer together, we’re now positioned to extend the value of what we do to more learners worldwide.”  
 
Alan Brown, L&D Consultant at Standard Life Aberdeen, said: “It’s great to see these companies coming together under the new banner of Emerald Works. Towards Maturity is recognised as a leader in its field, gathering data and insights, and this has supported our own thinking and direction. GoodPractice and Mind Tools have also played their part, so to bring everything into one place can only be a good thing. We see this as a good thing for the continued development of our people.”
 
Sean Brown, Colleague Digital Experience Manager at Virgin Money, said: “This is great news, I can only see the positives of what this combined expertise will bring to us.  Having a brilliant learning experience for our colleagues is paramount to our learning strategy and I look forward to us shaping a prosperous future together.”
 
About Emerald Works 
At Emerald Works, we’re committed to helping individuals and organisations around the
world realise their full potential by using evidence-led learning solutions that work. We work together to build learning cultures that empower people to bring about real change for real impact.

About the Emerald Group
Emerald is a global learning organisation, based in Bingley, West Yorkshire, with a presence in 180 countries worldwide. Founded in 1967, with roots in scholarly publishing and bringing research to life, Emerald’s core purpose for over 50 years has been to champion fresh thinkers and help them make a difference so that little by little those in academia or in practice can unite to bring positive change in the real world.
www.emeraldgroup.com
 
For more information, visit: www.emeraldworks.com
@Emerald_Works Twitter

19 February 2019

LAUNCH OF EMERALD WORKS BRINGS TOGETHER THE COMBINED EXPERTISE OF THREE LEARNING ORGANISATIONS

GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and MindTools come together as one company, Emerald Works

Three established international learning organisations are coming together to form Emerald Works, one global company that will use its unique combination of learning expertise and resources to unlock the potential of millions of learners around the world.
 
Launching today (28 January), Emerald Works brings together the award-winning learning solutions and insights of GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and Mind Tools to offer a combined 60 years of learning experience.
 
The three renowned companies were acquired by the Emerald Group in 2015, 2017 and 2019 respectively. As a global provider of research and learning resources with an annual turnover of £65 million, Emerald has now established itself with a strong and unique position in both the academic research and corporate learning and development markets. 
 
Emerald Works, which has offices in Edinburgh, London, Horsham, the US and Australia, works with global brands such as Virgin Money, Standard Life Aberdeen, Rolls-Royce, Edrington and AstraZeneca among its growing client base. With a focus on the USA, UK and Australia, the company now serves more than 2.5 million learners and learning professionals each month, based in 180 countries worldwide. 
 
The integration will see Emerald Works invest in its core award-winning learning and development solutions; the Mind Tools learning toolkit, which boasts more than 2,000 online resources; evidence-based off-the-shelf and customisable e-learning solutions; and the Lean learning management system. 
 
In addition, Emerald Works will also extend the international reach of its industry-wide Learning Health Check, an independent research programme for L&D leaders to benchmark their strategies against other high-performing learning organisations.
 
Peter Casebow, CEO of Emerald Works, said: “This is a tremendously exciting day for Emerald Works as we bring together the heritage and expertise of these three respected brands to form one combined company. 
 
“Together, we share a passion and mission to change lives through learning, and our combined expertise, resources and evidence-led approach will help more people and organisations around the world to reach their potential.
 
“As we launch Emerald Works and look to enhance our solutions, one important thing will remain unchanged – our customers will continue to receive the same excellent solutions and high levels of service they have come to expect from us.”
 
Richard Bevan, CEO of Emerald Group and Chairman of Emerald Works, said: “It’s a truly significant moment for the business as we develop the Emerald name into the corporate learning space. The Group mission since our foundation in 1967 has been to provide research and learning resources that people can use to make a difference and, in bringing the expertise of these businesses closer together, we’re now positioned to extend the value of what we do to more learners worldwide.”  
 
Alan Brown, L&D Consultant at Standard Life Aberdeen, said: “It’s great to see these companies coming together under the new banner of Emerald Works. Towards Maturity is recognised as a leader in its field, gathering data and insights, and this has supported our own thinking and direction. GoodPractice and Mind Tools have also played their part, so to bring everything into one place can only be a good thing. We see this as a good thing for the continued development of our people.”
 
Sean Brown, Colleague Digital Experience Manager at Virgin Money, said: “This is great news, I can only see the positives of what this combined expertise will bring to us.  Having a brilliant learning experience for our colleagues is paramount to our learning strategy and I look forward to us shaping a prosperous future together.”
 
About Emerald Works 
At Emerald Works, we’re committed to helping individuals and organisations around the
world realise their full potential by using evidence-led learning solutions that work. We work together to build learning cultures that empower people to bring about real change for real impact.

About the Emerald Group
Emerald is a global learning organisation, based in Bingley, West Yorkshire, with a presence in 180 countries worldwide. Founded in 1967, with roots in scholarly publishing and bringing research to life, Emerald’s core purpose for over 50 years has been to champion fresh thinkers and help them make a difference so that little by little those in academia or in practice can unite to bring positive change in the real world.
www.emeraldgroup.com
 
For more information, visit: www.emeraldworks.com
@Emerald_Works Twitter

13 February 2019

LAUNCH OF EMERALD WORKS BRINGS TOGETHER THE COMBINED EXPERTISE OF THREE LEARNING ORGANISATIONS

GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and MindTools come together as one company, Emerald Works

Three established international learning organisations are coming together to form Emerald Works, one global company that will use its unique combination of learning expertise and resources to unlock the potential of millions of learners around the world.
 
Launching today (28 January), Emerald Works brings together the award-winning learning solutions and insights of GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and Mind Tools to offer a combined 60 years of learning experience.
 
The three renowned companies were acquired by the Emerald Group in 2015, 2017 and 2019 respectively. As a global provider of research and learning resources with an annual turnover of £65 million, Emerald has now established itself with a strong and unique position in both the academic research and corporate learning and development markets. 
 
Emerald Works, which has offices in Edinburgh, London, Horsham, the US and Australia, works with global brands such as Virgin Money, Standard Life Aberdeen, Rolls-Royce, Edrington and AstraZeneca among its growing client base. With a focus on the USA, UK and Australia, the company now serves more than 2.5 million learners and learning professionals each month, based in 180 countries worldwide. 
 
The integration will see Emerald Works invest in its core award-winning learning and development solutions; the Mind Tools learning toolkit, which boasts more than 2,000 online resources; evidence-based off-the-shelf and customisable e-learning solutions; and the Lean learning management system. 
 
In addition, Emerald Works will also extend the international reach of its industry-wide Learning Health Check, an independent research programme for L&D leaders to benchmark their strategies against other high-performing learning organisations.
 
Peter Casebow, CEO of Emerald Works, said: “This is a tremendously exciting day for Emerald Works as we bring together the heritage and expertise of these three respected brands to form one combined company. 
 
“Together, we share a passion and mission to change lives through learning, and our combined expertise, resources and evidence-led approach will help more people and organisations around the world to reach their potential.
 
“As we launch Emerald Works and look to enhance our solutions, one important thing will remain unchanged – our customers will continue to receive the same excellent solutions and high levels of service they have come to expect from us.”
 
Richard Bevan, CEO of Emerald Group and Chairman of Emerald Works, said: “It’s a truly significant moment for the business as we develop the Emerald name into the corporate learning space. The Group mission since our foundation in 1967 has been to provide research and learning resources that people can use to make a difference and, in bringing the expertise of these businesses closer together, we’re now positioned to extend the value of what we do to more learners worldwide.”  
 
Alan Brown, L&D Consultant at Standard Life Aberdeen, said: “It’s great to see these companies coming together under the new banner of Emerald Works. Towards Maturity is recognised as a leader in its field, gathering data and insights, and this has supported our own thinking and direction. GoodPractice and Mind Tools have also played their part, so to bring everything into one place can only be a good thing. We see this as a good thing for the continued development of our people.”
 
Sean Brown, Colleague Digital Experience Manager at Virgin Money, said: “This is great news, I can only see the positives of what this combined expertise will bring to us.  Having a brilliant learning experience for our colleagues is paramount to our learning strategy and I look forward to us shaping a prosperous future together.”
 
About Emerald Works 
At Emerald Works, we’re committed to helping individuals and organisations around the
world realise their full potential by using evidence-led learning solutions that work. We work together to build learning cultures that empower people to bring about real change for real impact.

About the Emerald Group
Emerald is a global learning organisation, based in Bingley, West Yorkshire, with a presence in 180 countries worldwide. Founded in 1967, with roots in scholarly publishing and bringing research to life, Emerald’s core purpose for over 50 years has been to champion fresh thinkers and help them make a difference so that little by little those in academia or in practice can unite to bring positive change in the real world.
www.emeraldgroup.com
 
For more information, visit: www.emeraldworks.com
@Emerald_Works Twitter

29 January 2019

LAUNCH OF EMERALD WORKS BRINGS TOGETHER THE COMBINED EXPERTISE OF THREE LEARNING ORGANISATIONS

GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and MindTools come together as one company, Emerald Works

Three established international learning organisations are coming together to form Emerald Works, one global company that will use its unique combination of learning expertise and resources to unlock the potential of millions of learners around the world.
 
Launching today (28 January), Emerald Works brings together the award-winning learning solutions and insights of GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and Mind Tools to offer a combined 60 years of learning experience.
 
The three renowned companies were acquired by the Emerald Group in 2015, 2017 and 2019 respectively. As a global provider of research and learning resources with an annual turnover of £65 million, Emerald has now established itself with a strong and unique position in both the academic research and corporate learning and development markets. 
 
Emerald Works, which has offices in Edinburgh, London, Horsham, the US and Australia, works with global brands such as Virgin Money, Standard Life Aberdeen, Rolls-Royce, Edrington and AstraZeneca among its growing client base. With a focus on the USA, UK and Australia, the company now serves more than 2.5 million learners and learning professionals each month, based in 180 countries worldwide. 
 
The integration will see Emerald Works invest in its core award-winning learning and development solutions; the Mind Tools learning toolkit, which boasts more than 2,000 online resources; evidence-based off-the-shelf and customisable e-learning solutions; and the Lean learning management system. 
 
In addition, Emerald Works will also extend the international reach of its industry-wide Learning Health Check, an independent research programme for L&D leaders to benchmark their strategies against other high-performing learning organisations.
 
Peter Casebow, CEO of Emerald Works, said: “This is a tremendously exciting day for Emerald Works as we bring together the heritage and expertise of these three respected brands to form one combined company. 
 
“Together, we share a passion and mission to change lives through learning, and our combined expertise, resources and evidence-led approach will help more people and organisations around the world to reach their potential.
 
“As we launch Emerald Works and look to enhance our solutions, one important thing will remain unchanged – our customers will continue to receive the same excellent solutions and high levels of service they have come to expect from us.”
 
Richard Bevan, CEO of Emerald Group and Chairman of Emerald Works, said: “It’s a truly significant moment for the business as we develop the Emerald name into the corporate learning space. The Group mission since our foundation in 1967 has been to provide research and learning resources that people can use to make a difference and, in bringing the expertise of these businesses closer together, we’re now positioned to extend the value of what we do to more learners worldwide.”  
 
Alan Brown, L&D Consultant at Standard Life Aberdeen, said: “It’s great to see these companies coming together under the new banner of Emerald Works. Towards Maturity is recognised as a leader in its field, gathering data and insights, and this has supported our own thinking and direction. GoodPractice and Mind Tools have also played their part, so to bring everything into one place can only be a good thing. We see this as a good thing for the continued development of our people.”
 
Sean Brown, Colleague Digital Experience Manager at Virgin Money, said: “This is great news, I can only see the positives of what this combined expertise will bring to us.  Having a brilliant learning experience for our colleagues is paramount to our learning strategy and I look forward to us shaping a prosperous future together.”
 
About Emerald Works 
At Emerald Works, we’re committed to helping individuals and organisations around the
world realise their full potential by using evidence-led learning solutions that work. We work together to build learning cultures that empower people to bring about real change for real impact.

About the Emerald Group
Emerald is a global learning organisation, based in Bingley, West Yorkshire, with a presence in 180 countries worldwide. Founded in 1967, with roots in scholarly publishing and bringing research to life, Emerald’s core purpose for over 50 years has been to champion fresh thinkers and help them make a difference so that little by little those in academia or in practice can unite to bring positive change in the real world.
www.emeraldgroup.com
 
For more information, visit: www.emeraldworks.com
@Emerald_Works Twitter

25 January 2019

LAUNCH OF EMERALD WORKS BRINGS TOGETHER THE COMBINED EXPERTISE OF THREE LEARNING ORGANISATIONS

GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and MindTools come together as one company, Emerald Works

Three established international learning organisations are coming together to form Emerald Works, one global company that will use its unique combination of learning expertise and resources to unlock the potential of millions of learners around the world.
 
Launching today (28 January), Emerald Works brings together the award-winning learning solutions and insights of GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and Mind Tools to offer a combined 60 years of learning experience.
 
The three renowned companies were acquired by the Emerald Group in 2015, 2017 and 2019 respectively. As a global provider of research and learning resources with an annual turnover of £65 million, Emerald has now established itself with a strong and unique position in both the academic research and corporate learning and development markets. 
 
Emerald Works, which has offices in Edinburgh, London, Horsham, the US and Australia, works with global brands such as Virgin Money, Standard Life Aberdeen, Rolls-Royce, Edrington and AstraZeneca among its growing client base. With a focus on the USA, UK and Australia, the company now serves more than 2.5 million learners and learning professionals each month, based in 180 countries worldwide. 
 
The integration will see Emerald Works invest in its core award-winning learning and development solutions; the Mind Tools learning toolkit, which boasts more than 2,000 online resources; evidence-based off-the-shelf and customisable e-learning solutions; and the Lean learning management system. 
 
In addition, Emerald Works will also extend the international reach of its industry-wide Learning Health Check, an independent research programme for L&D leaders to benchmark their strategies against other high-performing learning organisations.
 
Peter Casebow, CEO of Emerald Works, said: “This is a tremendously exciting day for Emerald Works as we bring together the heritage and expertise of these three respected brands to form one combined company. 
 
“Together, we share a passion and mission to change lives through learning, and our combined expertise, resources and evidence-led approach will help more people and organisations around the world to reach their potential.
 
“As we launch Emerald Works and look to enhance our solutions, one important thing will remain unchanged – our customers will continue to receive the same excellent solutions and high levels of service they have come to expect from us.”
 
Richard Bevan, CEO of Emerald Group and Chairman of Emerald Works, said: “It’s a truly significant moment for the business as we develop the Emerald name into the corporate learning space. The Group mission since our foundation in 1967 has been to provide research and learning resources that people can use to make a difference and, in bringing the expertise of these businesses closer together, we’re now positioned to extend the value of what we do to more learners worldwide.”  
 
Alan Brown, L&D Consultant at Standard Life Aberdeen, said: “It’s great to see these companies coming together under the new banner of Emerald Works. Towards Maturity is recognised as a leader in its field, gathering data and insights, and this has supported our own thinking and direction. GoodPractice and Mind Tools have also played their part, so to bring everything into one place can only be a good thing. We see this as a good thing for the continued development of our people.”
 
Sean Brown, Colleague Digital Experience Manager at Virgin Money, said: “This is great news, I can only see the positives of what this combined expertise will bring to us.  Having a brilliant learning experience for our colleagues is paramount to our learning strategy and I look forward to us shaping a prosperous future together.”
 
About Emerald Works 
At Emerald Works, we’re committed to helping individuals and organisations around the
world realise their full potential by using evidence-led learning solutions that work. We work together to build learning cultures that empower people to bring about real change for real impact.

About the Emerald Group
Emerald is a global learning organisation, based in Bingley, West Yorkshire, with a presence in 180 countries worldwide. Founded in 1967, with roots in scholarly publishing and bringing research to life, Emerald’s core purpose for over 50 years has been to champion fresh thinkers and help them make a difference so that little by little those in academia or in practice can unite to bring positive change in the real world.
www.emeraldgroup.com
 
For more information, visit: www.emeraldworks.com
@Emerald_Works Twitter

17 January 2019

LAUNCH OF EMERALD WORKS BRINGS TOGETHER THE COMBINED EXPERTISE OF THREE LEARNING ORGANISATIONS

GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and MindTools come together as one company, Emerald Works

Three established international learning organisations are coming together to form Emerald Works, one global company that will use its unique combination of learning expertise and resources to unlock the potential of millions of learners around the world.
 
Launching today (28 January), Emerald Works brings together the award-winning learning solutions and insights of GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and Mind Tools to offer a combined 60 years of learning experience.
 
The three renowned companies were acquired by the Emerald Group in 2015, 2017 and 2019 respectively. As a global provider of research and learning resources with an annual turnover of £65 million, Emerald has now established itself with a strong and unique position in both the academic research and corporate learning and development markets. 
 
Emerald Works, which has offices in Edinburgh, London, Horsham, the US and Australia, works with global brands such as Virgin Money, Standard Life Aberdeen, Rolls-Royce, Edrington and AstraZeneca among its growing client base. With a focus on the USA, UK and Australia, the company now serves more than 2.5 million learners and learning professionals each month, based in 180 countries worldwide. 
 
The integration will see Emerald Works invest in its core award-winning learning and development solutions; the Mind Tools learning toolkit, which boasts more than 2,000 online resources; evidence-based off-the-shelf and customisable e-learning solutions; and the Lean learning management system. 
 
In addition, Emerald Works will also extend the international reach of its industry-wide Learning Health Check, an independent research programme for L&D leaders to benchmark their strategies against other high-performing learning organisations.
 
Peter Casebow, CEO of Emerald Works, said: “This is a tremendously exciting day for Emerald Works as we bring together the heritage and expertise of these three respected brands to form one combined company. 
 
“Together, we share a passion and mission to change lives through learning, and our combined expertise, resources and evidence-led approach will help more people and organisations around the world to reach their potential.
 
“As we launch Emerald Works and look to enhance our solutions, one important thing will remain unchanged – our customers will continue to receive the same excellent solutions and high levels of service they have come to expect from us.”
 
Richard Bevan, CEO of Emerald Group and Chairman of Emerald Works, said: “It’s a truly significant moment for the business as we develop the Emerald name into the corporate learning space. The Group mission since our foundation in 1967 has been to provide research and learning resources that people can use to make a difference and, in bringing the expertise of these businesses closer together, we’re now positioned to extend the value of what we do to more learners worldwide.”  
 
Alan Brown, L&D Consultant at Standard Life Aberdeen, said: “It’s great to see these companies coming together under the new banner of Emerald Works. Towards Maturity is recognised as a leader in its field, gathering data and insights, and this has supported our own thinking and direction. GoodPractice and Mind Tools have also played their part, so to bring everything into one place can only be a good thing. We see this as a good thing for the continued development of our people.”
 
Sean Brown, Colleague Digital Experience Manager at Virgin Money, said: “This is great news, I can only see the positives of what this combined expertise will bring to us.  Having a brilliant learning experience for our colleagues is paramount to our learning strategy and I look forward to us shaping a prosperous future together.”
 
About Emerald Works 
At Emerald Works, we’re committed to helping individuals and organisations around the
world realise their full potential by using evidence-led learning solutions that work. We work together to build learning cultures that empower people to bring about real change for real impact.

About the Emerald Group
Emerald is a global learning organisation, based in Bingley, West Yorkshire, with a presence in 180 countries worldwide. Founded in 1967, with roots in scholarly publishing and bringing research to life, Emerald’s core purpose for over 50 years has been to champion fresh thinkers and help them make a difference so that little by little those in academia or in practice can unite to bring positive change in the real world.
www.emeraldgroup.com
 
For more information, visit: www.emeraldworks.com
@Emerald_Works Twitter

15 January 2019

LAUNCH OF EMERALD WORKS BRINGS TOGETHER THE COMBINED EXPERTISE OF THREE LEARNING ORGANISATIONS

GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and MindTools come together as one company, Emerald Works

Three established international learning organisations are coming together to form Emerald Works, one global company that will use its unique combination of learning expertise and resources to unlock the potential of millions of learners around the world.
 
Launching today (28 January), Emerald Works brings together the award-winning learning solutions and insights of GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and Mind Tools to offer a combined 60 years of learning experience.
 
The three renowned companies were acquired by the Emerald Group in 2015, 2017 and 2019 respectively. As a global provider of research and learning resources with an annual turnover of £65 million, Emerald has now established itself with a strong and unique position in both the academic research and corporate learning and development markets. 
 
Emerald Works, which has offices in Edinburgh, London, Horsham, the US and Australia, works with global brands such as Virgin Money, Standard Life Aberdeen, Rolls-Royce, Edrington and AstraZeneca among its growing client base. With a focus on the USA, UK and Australia, the company now serves more than 2.5 million learners and learning professionals each month, based in 180 countries worldwide. 
 
The integration will see Emerald Works invest in its core award-winning learning and development solutions; the Mind Tools learning toolkit, which boasts more than 2,000 online resources; evidence-based off-the-shelf and customisable e-learning solutions; and the Lean learning management system. 
 
In addition, Emerald Works will also extend the international reach of its industry-wide Learning Health Check, an independent research programme for L&D leaders to benchmark their strategies against other high-performing learning organisations.
 
Peter Casebow, CEO of Emerald Works, said: “This is a tremendously exciting day for Emerald Works as we bring together the heritage and expertise of these three respected brands to form one combined company. 
 
“Together, we share a passion and mission to change lives through learning, and our combined expertise, resources and evidence-led approach will help more people and organisations around the world to reach their potential.
 
“As we launch Emerald Works and look to enhance our solutions, one important thing will remain unchanged – our customers will continue to receive the same excellent solutions and high levels of service they have come to expect from us.”
 
Richard Bevan, CEO of Emerald Group and Chairman of Emerald Works, said: “It’s a truly significant moment for the business as we develop the Emerald name into the corporate learning space. The Group mission since our foundation in 1967 has been to provide research and learning resources that people can use to make a difference and, in bringing the expertise of these businesses closer together, we’re now positioned to extend the value of what we do to more learners worldwide.”  
 
Alan Brown, L&D Consultant at Standard Life Aberdeen, said: “It’s great to see these companies coming together under the new banner of Emerald Works. Towards Maturity is recognised as a leader in its field, gathering data and insights, and this has supported our own thinking and direction. GoodPractice and Mind Tools have also played their part, so to bring everything into one place can only be a good thing. We see this as a good thing for the continued development of our people.”
 
Sean Brown, Colleague Digital Experience Manager at Virgin Money, said: “This is great news, I can only see the positives of what this combined expertise will bring to us.  Having a brilliant learning experience for our colleagues is paramount to our learning strategy and I look forward to us shaping a prosperous future together.”
 
About Emerald Works 
At Emerald Works, we’re committed to helping individuals and organisations around the
world realise their full potential by using evidence-led learning solutions that work. We work together to build learning cultures that empower people to bring about real change for real impact.

About the Emerald Group
Emerald is a global learning organisation, based in Bingley, West Yorkshire, with a presence in 180 countries worldwide. Founded in 1967, with roots in scholarly publishing and bringing research to life, Emerald’s core purpose for over 50 years has been to champion fresh thinkers and help them make a difference so that little by little those in academia or in practice can unite to bring positive change in the real world.
www.emeraldgroup.com
 
For more information, visit: www.emeraldworks.com
@Emerald_Works Twitter

4 December 2018

LAUNCH OF EMERALD WORKS BRINGS TOGETHER THE COMBINED EXPERTISE OF THREE LEARNING ORGANISATIONS

GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and MindTools come together as one company, Emerald Works

Three established international learning organisations are coming together to form Emerald Works, one global company that will use its unique combination of learning expertise and resources to unlock the potential of millions of learners around the world.
 
Launching today (28 January), Emerald Works brings together the award-winning learning solutions and insights of GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and Mind Tools to offer a combined 60 years of learning experience.
 
The three renowned companies were acquired by the Emerald Group in 2015, 2017 and 2019 respectively. As a global provider of research and learning resources with an annual turnover of £65 million, Emerald has now established itself with a strong and unique position in both the academic research and corporate learning and development markets. 
 
Emerald Works, which has offices in Edinburgh, London, Horsham, the US and Australia, works with global brands such as Virgin Money, Standard Life Aberdeen, Rolls-Royce, Edrington and AstraZeneca among its growing client base. With a focus on the USA, UK and Australia, the company now serves more than 2.5 million learners and learning professionals each month, based in 180 countries worldwide. 
 
The integration will see Emerald Works invest in its core award-winning learning and development solutions; the Mind Tools learning toolkit, which boasts more than 2,000 online resources; evidence-based off-the-shelf and customisable e-learning solutions; and the Lean learning management system. 
 
In addition, Emerald Works will also extend the international reach of its industry-wide Learning Health Check, an independent research programme for L&D leaders to benchmark their strategies against other high-performing learning organisations.
 
Peter Casebow, CEO of Emerald Works, said: “This is a tremendously exciting day for Emerald Works as we bring together the heritage and expertise of these three respected brands to form one combined company. 
 
“Together, we share a passion and mission to change lives through learning, and our combined expertise, resources and evidence-led approach will help more people and organisations around the world to reach their potential.
 
“As we launch Emerald Works and look to enhance our solutions, one important thing will remain unchanged – our customers will continue to receive the same excellent solutions and high levels of service they have come to expect from us.”
 
Richard Bevan, CEO of Emerald Group and Chairman of Emerald Works, said: “It’s a truly significant moment for the business as we develop the Emerald name into the corporate learning space. The Group mission since our foundation in 1967 has been to provide research and learning resources that people can use to make a difference and, in bringing the expertise of these businesses closer together, we’re now positioned to extend the value of what we do to more learners worldwide.”  
 
Alan Brown, L&D Consultant at Standard Life Aberdeen, said: “It’s great to see these companies coming together under the new banner of Emerald Works. Towards Maturity is recognised as a leader in its field, gathering data and insights, and this has supported our own thinking and direction. GoodPractice and Mind Tools have also played their part, so to bring everything into one place can only be a good thing. We see this as a good thing for the continued development of our people.”
 
Sean Brown, Colleague Digital Experience Manager at Virgin Money, said: “This is great news, I can only see the positives of what this combined expertise will bring to us.  Having a brilliant learning experience for our colleagues is paramount to our learning strategy and I look forward to us shaping a prosperous future together.”
 
About Emerald Works 
At Emerald Works, we’re committed to helping individuals and organisations around the
world realise their full potential by using evidence-led learning solutions that work. We work together to build learning cultures that empower people to bring about real change for real impact.

About the Emerald Group
Emerald is a global learning organisation, based in Bingley, West Yorkshire, with a presence in 180 countries worldwide. Founded in 1967, with roots in scholarly publishing and bringing research to life, Emerald’s core purpose for over 50 years has been to champion fresh thinkers and help them make a difference so that little by little those in academia or in practice can unite to bring positive change in the real world.
www.emeraldgroup.com
 
For more information, visit: www.emeraldworks.com
@Emerald_Works Twitter

29 November 2018

LAUNCH OF EMERALD WORKS BRINGS TOGETHER THE COMBINED EXPERTISE OF THREE LEARNING ORGANISATIONS

GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and MindTools come together as one company, Emerald Works

Three established international learning organisations are coming together to form Emerald Works, one global company that will use its unique combination of learning expertise and resources to unlock the potential of millions of learners around the world.
 
Launching today (28 January), Emerald Works brings together the award-winning learning solutions and insights of GoodPractice, Towards Maturity and Mind Tools to offer a combined 60 years of learning experience.
 
The three renowned companies were acquired by the Emerald Group in 2015, 2017 and 2019 respectively. As a global provider of research and learning resources with an annual turnover of £65 million, Emerald has now established itself with a strong and unique position in both the academic research and corporate learning and development markets. 
 
Emerald Works, which has offices in Edinburgh, London, Horsham, the US and Australia, works with global brands such as Virgin Money, Standard Life Aberdeen, Rolls-Royce, Edrington and AstraZeneca among its growing client base. With a focus on the USA, UK and Australia, the company now serves more than 2.5 million learners and learning professionals each month, based in 180 countries worldwide. 
 
The integration will see Emerald Works invest in its core award-winning learning and development solutions; the Mind Tools learning toolkit, which boasts more than 2,000 online resources; evidence-based off-the-shelf and customisable e-learning solutions; and the Lean learning management system. 
 
In addition, Emerald Works will also extend the international reach of its industry-wide Learning Health Check, an independent research programme for L&D leaders to benchmark their strategies against other high-performing learning organisations.
 
Peter Casebow, CEO of Emerald Works, said: “This is a tremendously exciting day for Emerald Works as we bring together the heritage and expertise of these three respected brands to form one combined company. 
 
“Together, we share a passion and mission to change lives through learning, and our combined expertise, resources and evidence-led approach will help more people and organisations around the world to reach their potential.
 
“As we launch Emerald Works and look to enhance our solutions, one important thing will remain unchanged – our customers will continue to receive the same excellent solutions and high levels of service they have come to expect from us.”
 
Richard Bevan, CEO of Emerald Group and Chairman of Emerald Works, said: “It’s a truly significant moment for the business as we develop the Emerald name into the corporate learning space. The Group mission since our foundation in 1967 has been to provide research and learning resources that people can use to make a difference and, in bringing the expertise of these businesses closer together, we’re now positioned to extend the value of what we do to more learners worldwide.”  
 
Alan Brown, L&D Consultant at Standard Life Aberdeen, said: “It’s great to see these companies coming together under the new banner of Emerald Works. Towards Maturity is recognised as a leader in its field, gathering data and insights, and this has supported our own thinking and direction. GoodPractice and Mind Tools have also played their part, so to bring everything into one place can only be a good thing. We see this as a good thing for the continued development of our people.”
 
Sean Brown, Colleague Digital Experience Manager at Virgin Money, said: “This is great news, I can only see the positives of what this combined expertise will bring to us.  Having a brilliant learning experience for our colleagues is paramount to our learning strategy and I look forward to us shaping a prosperous future together.”
 
About Emerald Works 
At Emerald Works, we’re committed to helping individuals and organisations around the
world realise their full potential by using evidence-led learning solutions that work. We work together to build learning cultures that empower people to bring about real change for real impact.

About the Emerald Group
Emerald is a global learning organisation, based in Bingley, West Yorkshire, with a presence in 180 countries worldwide. Founded in 1967, with roots in scholarly publishing and bringing research to life, Emerald’s core purpose for over 50 years has been to champion fresh thinkers and help them make a difference so that little by little those in academia or in practice can unite to bring positive change in the real world.
www.emeraldgroup.com
 
For more information, visit: www.emeraldworks.com
@Emerald_Works Twitter

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