Exclusive tie-up boosts education technology offerings available in the Japan market
TOKYO, JAPAN, April 22, 2021
EdulinX Corporation (Head Office: Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo; President: Peter A. Owans), a provider of EdTech solutions for English language learning and human resources development, has announced a partnership agreement with Video Arts, a world-leading learning content company based in the UK, to serve as their exclusive partner in Japan.
Through this partnership, EdulinX adds more than 95 new courses to its rapidly growing on-demand online content portfolio as part of its Prospera Training Solutions brand. EdulinX is supporting the debut of Video Arts content in the Japan market by selecting the most relevant content, localizing the materials into Japanese, and adapting each course to meet the needs of global organizations in Japan.
Video Arts courses adapted and localized for the Japan market launch feature popular subject matters including Unconscious Bias and Diversity, Cross-Cultural Communication, and Remote Working. These courses teach the critical skills needed for the workplace amidst the demands of the new normal that we face today.
With partners in more than 60 countries, Video Arts is well-known for creating and delivering fun, engaging, and memorable video and e-learning experiences for corporations.
“I am thrilled to finally be able to bring Video Arts and its rich video on demand courses to Japan. This announcement is the product of two years of discussions between our companies. My goal is always to offer the best solutions to our clients, and this will continue to drive everything that we do at EdulinX,”
said Peter A. Owans, CEO of EdulinX Corporation.
With more than 50 years of market presence, Video Arts produces award-winning content that excels because of its subject matter experts, production value, and humor. Founded in 1972 by comedian John Cleese, Video Arts changed the corporate training industry by creating groundbreaking videos, using famous British actors such as Robert Webb (“Peep Show”) and Helen Baxendale (“Friends”). Video Arts changes the way people behave at work through entertaining and effective video, e-learning, production, and platform solutions.
“We are delighted to be partnering exclusively with EdulinX to offer exceptional online course content to the Japanese market. These new series of courses fit perfectly with our core proposition to provide engaging learning that is accessible anytime and anywhere,”
said Martin Addison, CEO of Video Arts.
Martin Addison Profile
Martin Addison is CEO of Video Arts. With more than 30 years’ experience in the learning content and technologies business, he is one of the foremost speakers and thought leaders on the subject of using video in learning.
He believes that learning should be fun, easy, and accessible and that you can change the way people behave at work if you engage them emotionally with entertaining content.
It is an approach that in recent years has won Video Arts multiple international awards, including an IELA E-learning Award, the Grand Award at the World Media Festival, and Gold at the Cannes Media & TV Awards.
About Prospera Training Solutions ( https://www.prosperatraining.jp/ )
Prospera Training Solutions is a core brand of EdulinX, Japan’s leading Edtech company.
Prospera Training Solutions provides endless educational technology solutions that guide organizations toward optimal performance, using a combination of award-winning content from trusted global partners and in-house designed courseware.
Prospera Training Solutions works with clients to deploy the best practices and tools to develop talent and teams for positive change and results.
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