CreativeLive for Business Debuts at DevLearn 2017

Premium creative and entrepreneurial learning solution now available for teams and enterprises

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CreativeLive, the world’s leading creative education platform featuring online classes taught by top experts, unveiled CreativeLive For Business, a new subscription-based learning solution for organizations of all sizes. CreativeLive made the announcement today at the DevLearn 2017 Conference and Expo in Las Vegas.

Launched in 2010 and now reaching every country in the world, CreativeLive serves 10 million students with more than 3 billion minutes of educational video. CreativeLive For Business is designed to serve the needs of corporations, organizations and small businesses, offering access to more than 1,500 classes to empower tomorrow’s successful teams. Categories include Creativity & Innovation, Workplace & Business Skills, Personal Development, and Health & Wellness. The company is already working with major companies such as Adobe, GoPro and Red Bull, among others.

“Teams armed with design thinking and creative skills are unstoppable engines for growth, able to spot new opportunities earlier and bring them to market faster,” said Mak Azadi, president of CreativeLive. “That’s why we created the world’s best online learning catalog on innovation, creative skills and personal development—foundational skills for teams that define the future. We’re thrilled to now offer this solution to businesses of all sizes.”

“When we started looking for an online learning provider for the creative and image-making part of our business, it was clear that the best platform was CreativeLive,” said Charlie Pinder of Red Bull Media House. “They provide us with a selection of courses accessible to our team around the world. And we’ve even worked with them to create custom content focused on the unique attributes of the Red Bull brand. No stone has been left unturned and the results have been fantastic. We are very much looking forward to continuing this relationship for years to come.”

Those who would like to see CreativeLive For Business in action via a live demonstration or speak with a CreativeLive representative are invited to stop by booth 820 at the DevLearn conference in Expo Hall during regular hours. 

About CreativeLive

CreativeLive is the world’s leading creative and entrepreneurial education platform. More than 10 million students have consumed more than 3 billion minutes of video via its online classrooms. Featuring classes in all aspects of leadership, emotional intelligence, creative thinking, personal development, and health and wellness, CreativeLive sits at the intersection of the future of work, the future of creativity and the future of education. Its roster of teachers draws from the world’s top experts: Pulitzer-, Grammy- and Oscar-winners; New York Times bestselling authors; thought leaders; and legendary entrepreneurs. Launched in 2010, CreativeLive now reaches students in every country on the planet every month, and has created more than 1,500 classes, 25,000 lessons and more than 10,000 hours of highly curated HD video education. A combination of live and prerecorded classes allow never-before access to the best teachers and a global community of students. Live classes allow free, real-time interaction with these experts and students, and prerecorded videos allow students to learn at their own pace.

Source: CreativeLive


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Launched in 2010, CreativeLive is the world's best online learning platform for businesses. Featuring online classes in innovation, creativity, business, health and wellness, and personal development, CreativeLive employs the world's top experts.

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