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AN Aberdeen-based technology consultancy firm has been named as one of the UK’s 30 highest performing learning providers.

Appetite for Business has been commended by the Learning and Performance Institute (LPI), for the second year running, as part of its top 30 eBook.

In addition, Appetite has been accredited as an LPI gold standard learning provider for the eighth consecutive year.

The company recorded perfect scores across the board, including for corporate integrity, CSR, learning consultancy, people development, customer focus, results, and quality.

Sheryl Newman, founder and ceo, said: “Despite challenging circumstances this year, Appetite has continued to take a customer-first approach and work in partnership with our clients to support their business objectives.

“To be ranked in the top 30 highest-performing learning providers reflects our commitment to helping our clients achieve their goals through results-focused learning programmes and other business change disciplines.”

 

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