In a rapidly-changing world, it’s important for businesses to keep up with new technologies and new ways of working. For an SME, it’s crucial that the needs of the business are being met by the skills of its workforce and, now more than ever, that means having a workforce that’s not only highly-skilled but has a variety of different skills.
Where big businesses have vast resources to pour into hiring new teams to cover certain functions, for a small business with less resource, this often means up-skilling and re-skilling existing employees. But when your business is reliant on staff being at work, and purse strings are tight, employee training is often one of the first things to get put on the backburner.
At Fleximize, we get that running and growing your business is often a juggling act between the day-to-day operation and looking to the future. We launched our Member Offers earlier this year to help business owners make a success of their business, and one of the key areas we’ve been focusing on is helping business owners improve the skillset of their workforce. To this extent, we’re delighted to announce an exciting new partnership with General Assembly.
General Assembly (GA) is a pioneering organisation, helping entrepreneurs all over the world gain the most in-demand skills. Focusing on the key skill sectors needed to grow a modern business – data, design, business, and technology – GA runs full-time and part-time, online and in-person courses, alongside a regular schedule of classes and workshops at their locations around the world.
Fleximize Members are eligible for an exclusive 50% off General Assembly’s exciting line-up of classes and workshops at their centre based in East London. Click the button below to log in to the Fleximize Member Area and take advantage of this offer.
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