Raspberry Thursday As Unicorn Mark's 25th Year With Rebrand

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[caption id="attachment_2373" align="alignleft" width="225"] CEO, Peter Phillips, celebrates Unicorn's new look[/caption] We've come a long way since the days of floppy disks and giant pixels – leading international eLearning company, Unicorn Training, ushered in our 25th Birthday year with a funky new facelift and party at our Bournemouth HQ today (Thursday 10 January).

NEWS - Reflections Of A Glorious Age? Putting 25 Years of eLearning Under The Microscope.

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Ever thought about what eLearning might look like in 25 years’ time or what significant historical events and innovations have provided a backdrop for learning technologies development over the past quarter of a century? To celebrate Unicorn’s silver anniversary this year we have joined up with e-Learning Age magazine to produce a special digital publication - Reflections on 25 years in eLearning and the next 25 years!

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BLOG - Has The UK eLearning Sector Got Complacent?

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Fresh from picking up the Outstanding Learning Organisation Award at the 2013 eLearning Awards, Unicorn CEO, Peter Phillips, asks has the UK eLearning sector got complacent? Renowned eLearning guru, Craig Weiss, seems to have put a few cats amongst the pigeons with his assertion that the UK e-learning industry suffers from a ‘holding steady’ mentality. Some companies, like Unicorn, have grown our workforce to meet this demand on both fronts.

BLOG: 15-love to Unicorn 'Rock' Jackie

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[caption id="attachment_2143" align="alignleft" width="300"] Jackie attends DevLearn in Las Vegas in 2011[/caption] As Unicorn marks our 25th birthday in lots of fun ways, one of our 'stalwarts' also celebrates an anniversary within an anniversary as 2013 is Chief Operating Officer, Jackie Kennedy's 15th year with us. With such a landmark I thought it might be cool to capture a few of my thoughts about how things have changed both for the company and for me personally.