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A Review of the e-learning markets of the UK, EU and China 2014

£1,200.00

The 4th report in our series into the e-learning market, including a new section on “what the buyer wants”, defined national market sizes for the UK, EU and our first look at the Chinese e-learning market.

This report is now available as an Executive Summary, or along with the exec summary the UK only,  or the UK and the EU or just China.

In addition to looking at the state of the corporate online learning industry, this report seeks to take account of wider economic influences –particularly as they affect the industries that buy online learning technologies (both in terms of learning content and systems).

Product Description

The 4th report in our series into the e-learning market, including a new section on “what the buyer wants”, defined national market sizes for the UK, EU and our first look at the Chinese e-learning market.

In addition to looking at the state of the corporate online learning industry, this report seeks to take account of wider economic influences –particularly as they affect the industries that buy online learning technologies (both in terms of learning content and systems).

In an attempt to add value through colour and context to ‘bare facts and figures’, a significant part of this report deals with opinions. These opinions include those of buyers and users of online learning technologies’ products and services in various industrial sectors of the UK economy. In addition, the Learning Light report published in 2010 broke new ground by seeking to provide market information and analysis for European online learning technologies markets outside the UK. This report continues this practice, with the intention of illuminating these culturally disparate but geographically connected markets.

The final section of this report looks even further afield by – for the first time – examining the corporate online learning technologies (e-learning) market in China. The Chinese economy is widely thought to be having an increasing – and significant – influence over the world’s economy. This report aims to shed some light on the hitherto enigmatic Chinese corporate online learning technologies sector.

This report is the third in a series of reports – published by Learning Light in 2007; 2010, and 2014. It is, however, the organisation’s fourth report on the e-learning sector following Learning Light’s report, in 2013, for IBIS Capital Limited, a specialist investment bank focused on the media sector. This report – the ‘Global e-Learning Investment Review’ – examined, among other things, education trends and technology innovation; an analysis of the structure of the industry (content, management systems and distribution); valuation metrics along with a review of mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activity, and an overview of investor and strategic interest in the sector. ”

The full report is £1200.00 + VAT

The executive summary is £350.00 + VAT

The UK e-learning market review is £550.00 + VAT

The UK and EU e-learning market review is £800.00 + VAT

The Chinese e-learning market review is £600.00 + VAT

The full table of contents is shown below:

  • About this report
  • Aim
  • Sources
  • Authors
  • About e-learning
  • E-learning components
  • E-learning, e-publishing and learning tools
  • How e-learning is flowering
  • Glossary
  • The Learning Light forecasting model
  • Percentage of training budgets devoted to e-learning
  • Levels of usage by companies
  • Executive Summary
  • The UK
  • Europe
  • Summary table: The size of the E-learning Market, the Top 20 Countries in Europe
  • China
  • The United Kingdom E-learning Market
  • The early years: 2007 – 2008
  • Doom and gloom: 20093
  • The recent past: 2010 – 2014
  • Corporate sector
  • Public sector
  • Local authorities’ aggregation of procurement
  • The NHS
  • Major new frameworks
  • The Civil Service Learning Framework
  • Education
  • A lot has happened, but has a lot changed?
  • Trends overview from 2010 to 2014
  • Predictions for beyond 2014
  • Industry interviews: E-learning….what the buyer wants
  • Top 10 corporate learning and development requirements
  • Top 10 small and medium sized enterprises’ learning and development requirements
  • Key results
  • Industry interviews: Specific industry sectors’ views of e-learning
  • Construction
  • Engineering
  • Financial services sector
  • Hotel and Catering Industry
  • Legal Services
  • Local Government
  • Media
  • Membership-based organisations
  • Miscellaneous: Sector Skills Council (SSC)
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Professional Services
  • Retail
  • Welfare-to-work providers
  • The European E-learning Market – country by country
  • Summary
  • Austria
  • Belgium
  • Czech Republic
  • Denmark
  • Finland
  • France
  • Germany
  • Greece
  • Hungary
  • Ireland
  • Italy
  • Luxembourg
  • The Netherlands
  • Norway
  • Poland
  • Portugal
  • Slovakia
  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • Other European e-learning news
  • The Chinese E-learning Market
  • Introduction, including research methodology
  • Policy background
  • Market size
  • Overview
  • The growing demand for labour and learning
  • MOOCs in China
  • Mobile technology
  • Learning management systems
  • The e-learning market structure
  • Establishing an e-learning strategy
  • Learning market growth areas
  • Online learning technologies
  • Overall