We really do have an awesome boss, and now the whole world knows because she’s been listed as one of the eLearning landscape’s key Movers and Shakers!
This list of the top ten influential people in each geographic region comes round once a year, and this year, for the first time, our Managing Director Juliette Denny has earned herself a spot!
But she’s not one for dilly dallying, so rather than creeping in at the bottom, she’s jumped straight in at number 5 on the UK list, being noted as a ‘champion of gamification’.
Watching Juliette’s reaction, you’d think she’d just won an Oscar! Here’s what she had to say: “Wow! This is an absolute honour, and to be surrounded on the list by all of the biggest celebrities in our industry is simply staggering!
“It’s a real privilege to have the opportunity to help shape our industry, and to be able to preach the massive value of engaging online learning. I’m forever thankful to our team of superheroes and to all of our superstar clients for their support in reaching this position!”
The rankings are based on each person’s perceived current influence on the online learning industry, whether that’s as a practitioner, a commentator, a facilitator or a thought leader.
About Juliette Denny
But we bet you’re itching to find out more about Juliette, right?
Well, she founded Growth Engineering way back in 2004, when the world of online learning was in relative infancy. Over the past decade, we’ve grown to become the gamification pioneers you all know and love! We’re now one of UK’s leading learning technologies companies, and we’ve won clients all around the world.
Juliette’s vision for Growth Engineering is that we should ‘wage war on dull online learning’. To that end, we engage learners with our gamified, social Academy LMS, and Genie, our game-based content authoring tool.
Over the years, Juliette has also developed into a highly sought-after thought leader. She regularly jets all around the globe to wow audiences with the incredible value engagement and gamification can bring to the world of online learning.
She’s always happy to hear about potential interviews, conference slots and other talking opportunities. To get in touch, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 1753 840 331.
You can also meet her in person at February’s Learning Technologies conference in London. We’ll be exhibiting at Stand O4, so if you’re there then make sure to pop over to say hello!