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How Lagoon Watersports Capitalise On Seasonal Business

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A training management system is an incredibly versatile piece of software used by organisations in a huge variety of ways. These uses include managing events, handling examinations and staying on top of employee learning and development. This 10 part series looks at the varied ways a course management system can be utilised with this post exploring how Lagoon Watersports capitalise on seasonal business with the support of an automated course booking system.

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Promotion Motivation: Does It Still Work?

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Did you know? According to a 2015 RapidCampaign study promotions influence 28% of consumers to spend more, 27% to buy from retailers they would not normally choose, and 25% to make purchases they would otherwise not have made. Great news, right?

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What All Learning And Training Professionals Should Know

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In any profession knowledge is power and the best way to keep your knowledge up to date is by staying in the know with the latest trends, updates and news. This is especially true for the fast paced and ever changing industry of training and development. We have pulled together a list of our top 5 resources to share some of the best out there at the moment.

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4 Questions To Ask Vendors Before Investing In Automation Software

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With the excitement of finding a software solution that ticks all the boxes, there will be certain areas that could get side-lined and it can be easy to forget to ask suppliers some crucial questions. Whether it be a CRM, ERP or LMS there are 4 key questions that you should always ask before signing on the dotted line.  

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