Seo, the training management and development platform for companies that work with teams across the globe, has announced a new hub at its headquarters in Dublin.
Dublin’s new Seo Training Europe will host a variety of events including live and virtual coaching, and provide access to Seo tools and training, which will enable companies to test and train their teams.
Sega has teamed up with Buddy’s Group to bring the Seo platform to the US, and is working with Seo CEO Paul Seibert to create a new service in the region.
The service will be available for use in all US states and territories and will be the first to be rolled out globally.
“With our partner, Seo has made a real commitment to bringing Seo to the USA and Europe,” Seiberts CEO told The Irish Times.
“It’s an exciting time for the industry as we get closer to the big leagues of the global digital transformation.
I’m looking forward to helping Seo in the process of bringing the platform to markets that have yet to be touched.
There’s an opportunity for a new Seon hub in Ireland.”
The new Seode Training Europe hub will be able to host conferences and seminars, and will offer an online platform to offer a platform for sharing and sharing, in addition to the Seon Tools and training.
Seo’s Seo Tools and Training platform will be open to anyone from any company, with a range of different courses offered, including:The Seo website currently boasts over 4,600 courses from over 70,000 developers and trainers across the world.
As the company continues to expand in Europe, the Seode training hub will bring a much greater range of services to Seon users in the US and Europe, including the first virtual coaching from Seano, and a new training platform.
We are delighted to welcome Seo Learning Europe, which brings together Seo and Seo partners to bring Seo-branded training to all of the worlds most popular platforms.
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This article was originally published by The Irish Times and has been republished here with permission.