It’s no secret that as technology grows – the world gets smaller.  China, with it’s booming economy has recognized that investment in talent and people goes much further to increase profits than doing nothing at all.

See the following article: Making a difference in corporate training

With companies like Microsoft spending at least $20 million a year to get some of their worldwide employees together twice a year for some training – you can expect a growing number of both e-learning companies and internal training departments to seize the moment.  In addition, with energy costs rising as they have been and mobile devices becoming increasingly relevant – it will be an obvious choice for corporations looking to both maintain and recruit top talent.

We expect a huge demand for mobile learning and e-learning to continue as travel costs and communication channels increase.  Talent can be recruited and professional development can be delivered through innovation and we think corporations and business will drive the future of mobile learning markets – allowing higher education to follow suit.