Omniplex in the City
2020 is a year of change and growth for Omniplex. Since February our employee headcount has increased by 36% – and we’re still on the look out for fantastic people to join our team. But, this month marks an exciting new chapter for Omniplex, as we open our new office space in London. This office, based in Canary Wharf, helps us better serve our customers in London’s financial district.
An exciting time of growth
Our CEO, Matthew, commented:
“Opening a London office marks a new chapter for Omniplex. 2020 has been a year of rapid growth for both the Omniplex and Cursim teams. Having a presence in the heart of the capital’s financial district is a key component of our growth plans for the future. Thanks to our new London office, Omniplex can establish even stronger relationships with our clients in the City. We are better positioned than ever to provide complete eLearning solutions for our customers, including award-winning software and truly engaging digital learning.”
Our London office will be headed up by Ilinca Budeanu, Business Development Manager. Ilinca joins us after working in Investment Banking at Barclays for seven years. With first-hand experience of digital learning in the financial industry, Ilinca understands the challenges faced by organisations regarding corporate learning.
Commenting on her new role, Ilinca said “I’m so excited to help the finance sector truly realise the full potential of digital learning. Throughout my time in the industry, I have seen eLearning used as a tick-box exercise for compliance training. But digital learning can be so much more than that. I believe we can help organisation’s transform their learning and making it the most exciting part of their organisation.”
And it doesn’t stop there…
Omniplex’s new London office is coupled with other areas of rapid growth, in both terms of size and solutions offering. Jasmine Kundra, Head of Cursim, spoke to Learning News about Omniplex’s aims for 2020 at Learning Technologies in February, you can see the interview here: