Without our partners, we wouldn’t be able to move forward with our mission. - Christian Smythe, BlueBottleBiz
New York, NY (PRWEB) September 01, 2016
BlueBottleBiz, the leading collaborative learning platform for business professionals, today announced its partnerships with Kantola Training Solutions, Nolo and Vado, Inc. This latest round of content acquisition marks BlueBottleBiz’s expansion into offering content geared toward legal industry professionals, as well as video and lean courses.
The addition of new works by Kantola Training Solutions, Nolo and Vado, Inc., contributes to a 25 percent increase in content uploaded to BlueBottleBiz in the last three months.
“At BlueBottleBiz, we strive to present businesses and individual members across a variety of industries with the most credible content possible to enrich learning experiences,” said Christian Smythe, head of content and partner strategy for BlueBottleBiz. “It’s because of content providers like Kantola Training Solutions, Nolo and Vado that we are able to help professionals and organizations achieve business goals. Without our partners, we wouldn’t be able to move forward with our mission of providing the most comprehensive resource for our members to learn and share their knowledge. Our content partners truly are the backbone of BlueBottleBiz.”
New content will include the best-selling Stanford Executive Briefings (Kantola Training Solutions), which feature videos from the following prominent figures:
- Steve Young, managing director & co-founder, Huntsman Gay Global Capital; NFL Hall of Fame quarterback
- Ed Whitacre, former chairman & CEO, AT&T and GM
- Amy Wilkinson, lecturer; Stanford Graduate School of Business
- Steve Blank, author and co-founder, E.Piphany
Additional content will include compliance and soft-skills training videos (Kantola Training Solutions); do-it-yourself legal books (Nolo); and management, professional development and business development courses (Vado, Inc.) BlueBottleBiz members will have access to these works in September 2016.
“We are thrilled to have expanded our library to include reputable videos like the Stanford Executive Briefings, and Vado’s bite-sized learning courses,” said Mike Conner, chief evangelist of BlueBottleBiz. “By providing busy professionals with more options to learn in ways that won’t take hours out of their day, we are opening doors that empower them to expand their knowledge. Additionally, with Nolo, we can now welcome legal professionals looking for specialized industry content into BlueBottleBiz. As we continue to grow our library, we value the relationships we are able to foster with content providers and our loyal members.”
Since launching in 2012, BlueBottleBiz has partnered with more than 350 publishers. The platform now features more than 30,000 books, videos, journals and other business-related works. Publishers interested in adding content into BlueBottleBiz can contact Christian Smythe, head of content and strategy: email@example.com.
For more information on BlueBottleBiz and how it is helping to reshape corporate learning, visit BlueBottleBiz.com.
BlueBottleBiz, the leading collaborative learning platform for business professionals, empowers its members to grow talent and share knowledge using the most expansive digital business content library and the most modern social and content marketing tools. The platform provides businesses, publishers and other members the ability to increase brand visibility, establish thought leadership, learn from industry experts and build global connections. Since its inception in 2012, BlueBottleBiz has earned the trust of more than 350 publishers, allowing the platform to feature more than 30,000 books, videos, journals and other resources. In a crowded marketplace, BlueBottleBiz offers the clear competitive advantage of applying the sharing economy principles to the knowledge space. To learn more about the platform or to sign up for a free trial, visit bluebottlebiz.com.