Sponge boss on Learning Now TV

Posted on Oct 20, 2015

Viewers of the live-streamed internet television channel, Learning Now TV (LNTV), will be able to see an exclusive interview with Louise Pasterfield, Managing Director of elearning provider, Sponge this month.

The entrepreneur will reveal how Sponge has grown to become an award-winning market leader, how the company demonstrates the impact it is making for large global organisations and how it has created its own internal university to help develop its staff.

Louise said:Louise Pasterfield, Managing Director, Sponge

"Learning Now TV is a valuable resource for the learning and development community and is leading the way in providing the latest news and debate on key topics.  It’s great to be included and I’ll be explaining why Sponge is breaking the mould in the elearning industry.  I’ll share my personal view of our growth from small business to a significant player in the UK and Europe, and I’ll be tackling a crucial issue for the industry – evaluation." 

Learning Now TV is a free channel produced by some of the L&D world’s leading authorities who have many years’ experience of reporting the real world issues for today’s learning and development professionals.

Colin Steed from LNTV said:

"It's good to hear from our award-winning learning solution providers and Louise provides some valuable insights on where she sees elearning going in the future. We are celebrating our first birthday at Learning Now TV in this episode so make sure you tune on 29 October at 8pm."

The interview with Louise Pasterfield is due to be broadcast on Thursday, 29 October.

People need to register for free to watch the channel via http://learningnow.tv/register

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