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The Regulated World of Alcohol Beverages

By Janiece Attal

If you’ve ever worked in an establishment that sells and serves alcohol, then you’ve probably had to go through some sort of formal training. Just like the world of food safety training, alcohol training is complex and there are many misconceptions about what it means to sell or serve alcohol.

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Take a sneak peak at what’s coming up at EMEA Skillsoft Perspectives

By Kevin Young

We’ve got some exciting topics lined up for this year’s EMEA Skillsoft Perspectives event on 25 June.

Here’s a quick taster of the speaker sessions on offer – think of it as a sneak preview of what our line-up of dynamic presenters will be talking about on the day.

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Telecom APIs for Monetization of Communications-enabled Applications

By the Mind Commerce Staff

The global application development community is becoming increasingly aware of Telecom Application Programming Interface (API) as a means of accessing data for a variety of communications-enabled applications.   Telecom Network APIs capitalize on existing network infrastructure and platforms to facilitate many new business opportunities.

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Skillsoft CEO Chuck Moran Wins EY Entrepreneur Of The Year® New England Award

By Hailey Hedge

At Skillsoft, we pride ourselves on helping customers develop great employees and leaders. But we couldn’t do it without a truly motivating and inspirational person at the helm of our own organization.

Last week, Skillsoft CEO Chuck Moran was honored as EY Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2015 New England for demonstrating innovation and leadership in the technology sector.

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Using L&D to Stand Out in a Crowded Tech Marketplace

By Kevin Young

UK technology businesses are under huge pressure to differentiate themselves from competitors, and there’s a growing recognition among cloud service providers that innovative products and solutions are just part of the story when it comes to winning – and keeping – customers.

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