Networking Soirée for Learning Leaders

Laura OvertonLondon (UK), November 2017 – Next generation learning solutions provider Fuse Universal have unveiled their plans for latest networking Soirée event, in collaboration with Towards Maturity, in November. Founder and CEO of Fuse Universal, Steve Dineen, invites learning professionals to attend an evening networking event with speakers from the Fuse team and Towards Maturity’s CEO, Laura Overton.

Laura will provide insider knowledge from the views of 40,000 learners on topics such as what motivates them to learn; what's holding them back from learning; and how to best connect and engage with them. Following this session, Dineen will unveil the key trends within the L&D industry that are driving and innovating the Fuse product roadmap and, in addition, will unveil their new next-generation mobile app, designed from the ground up to further democratise corporate learning.

Dineen stated, "We absolutely love bringing together the brightest minds from the learning industry to network and collaborate. For our November event, we are delighted to be bringing Laura to the stage. Laura brings with her a wealth of knowledge from Towards Maturity and promises to challenge the thinking of how we drive learner engagement in our organisations. In addition, I am thrilled to be able to showcase some of our latest thinking from the Fuse team, including details of our product, our content evolution and our reskilling of L&D roles into the new world order."

Laura Overton, Learning Analyst, Founder and CEO of Towards Maturity added, "Towards Maturity's thirteen years of evidence-based research shows that L&D teams must adapt to the needs of learners today if they want to propel profit, productivity, growth, and transformation. I'm looking forward to challenging thinking by bringing the unique insights of 6,500 L&D leaders and more than 40,000 learners globally.  We'll be sharing unique insights into the motivations and habits of today's employee and sharing tips and tricks you can employ to engage your workforce."