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“More than 3 million people have taken Grovo’s short user friendly videos. The trend is toward short and sweet when it comes to learning.”

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Internet Week, Best Places to Work NYC Tech

“Working in New York City isn’t just about hustle, bustle, the rat race, corporate ladders, and office politics. The growing tech community is proving those stereotypes wrong — and we’re shouting it from the rooftops.”

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SF Gate

“The core skills created by Grovo can be applied to anyone at any level in any profession.”

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“Grovo equips people with simple, actionable training on new marketing tools and strategies.”

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The Huffington Post

“Most of us cringe upon hearing the word ‘training,’ but New York City-based Grovo is poised to change that perception drastically.”

The New York Times

“Grovo offers businesses and organizations a simple way to keep their employees trained.”

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“The #1 online learning tool for businesses”

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“There’s something for everybody on Grovo, an online training dashboard that makes it easier for organizations to manage training among its employees.”

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Fast Company

“Want to understand how the web works? Take a look at Grovo.”

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The Fourth ‘R


Hope for digital technology skills in the classroom.

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Talent Culture

A lack of bottom-up leadership could be the reason that executives are failing to address the skills gap.

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The London Economic

Of the more than 200 million adults in the US digital workforce, only one in ten consider themselves ‘very proficient’ with the digital tools they use every day.

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Adding A Little Fun and an Atmosphere Adjustment Can Go a Long Way in Making New Traditions For Your Company’s Growth.

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The Hill

The White House has taken steps to ensure that federal employees are receiving proper training, but if we want to guarantee a competitive American workforce, the private sector needs to step up.

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An exploration of how rushing technology into the workplace has actually harmed productivity.

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HRM America

A full generation into the digital revolution, productivity has slowed to levels not seen since the 1950s.

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Tech companies are known for their brilliance and innovation, but are they really as tech savvy as they think?

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HRO Today

Proven ways to boost productivity, reduce support costs, and increase employee job satisfaction and retention.

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