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E-learning Expert, dreamm Invites New Customers Following Sheffield Move

The global digital learning specialist, dreamm, is the latest to firm to relocate to Sheffield’s £50m Fox Valley retail park following continued growth and success over the last ten years. With the move, the firm hopes to accommodate its ever-expanding its client base as well as attract new clients and new opportunities for diversification.

Since its establishment in 2004, dreamm has fast-become one of the UK’s leading multi-sector e-learning and training systems providers for use by corporate clients across the country and, in some sectors, the world. Having developing pioneering educational software in a range of formats, the firm has secured a worldwide following comprising a number of major blue chip organisations including Johnson & Johnson, ATPI and Canon.

Indeed, what has most differentiated the company during an increasing competitive marketplace for training systems providers has been its commitment to the latest changes, trends or technologies to hit those industries it serves. As such, dreamm has produced more than 300 hours of new, bespoke learning across over 80 courses in the last 3 years alone, available in 8 languages.

Where previously dreamm operated from Henley-on-Thames, it will now be based at Maria House within the Fox Valley commercial park in Stocksbridge, Sheffield when the it opens in June this year. The firm will continue to be supported by a national network of staff though contracts, systems development and administration will all take place at the new Sheffield headquarters.

Emma Pincott, Project Director at dreamm said she was delighted with the move and looking forward to being a part of the Fox Valley commercial community which is expected to house a number of consumer-facing retailers as well as providing sleek, modern workspace.

Maria House, specifically, is already tenanted by Goldline IT and Live And Learn Consultancy as well as local MP, Angela Smith. Pincott and the dreamm team as it were will therefore be looking to build on the industrial estate’s success with a view to securing lifelong tenancy.

And having built a strong foundation of pharmaceutical, automotive and travel industry clients, the company could turn in any number of directions in the coming years and, with it, will ensure that today’s manufacturing and engineering firms are the best and most compliant they can be.

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