Official Moodle partner Titus Learning has been nominated not just in one but two categories, building on the success of their single nomination last year.

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Bett’s industry show for the education technology landscape brings together hundreds of companies and tens of thousands of attendees every year, that come together to celebrate, find inspiration and discuss the future of education, as well as the role technology plays in “enabling all educators and learners to thrive,” a Titus press release states.

The two categories in which Titus has been nominated are:

Exporter of the Year

This is the second year in a row for Titus Learning as a finalist in the “Exporter of the Year” category. Over the past 12 months, Titus has served customers in 19 countries, welcoming new prospects from Myanmar, Saudi Arabia, USA, India, South Korea, Singapore, Ireland, and Egypt this year alone.

The Titus Learning team has also helped spread the word on Moodle extensively, having exhibited or presented at 12 educational events outside the UK, including in Singapore, Malaysia, China, Macau and Thailand.

Company of the Year (less than £3m turnover)

For the first time, Titus Learning has also been shortlisted for the “Company of the Year” award. The company was required to demonstrate the many ways in which its learning platform benefits learning organizations across the globe, the innovative nature of the work, and the outstanding levels of customer service provided.

Titus Learning director and co-founder Seb Francis commented on the nominations on the press release:

We’re really pleased to have built on the success of last year to increase our presence at this year’s awards. Titus Learning is always seeking to push the boundaries of what’s possible with e-learning and stay abreast of the latest trends. We’re delighted that that has been reflected in our nominations. It’s important to point out that as well as our brilliant team here at Titus, we’re very grateful to those clients of ours who took time out of their busy schedules to provide the evidence needed in support of our entries. Thanks for saying such nice things!

Disclaimer: Titus Learning is a sponsor of MoodleNews.

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