Redsky commit to further expansion and growth in 2013
Learning and development specialist Redsky Learning has announced a commitment to double its annual turnover and expand internationally during 2013.
Following growth in 2012, Redsky Learning has begun the year with a trio of new appointments to deliver bespoke training programmes for Hitachi, Tesco and the Co-op, as well as additional work with existing clients including Kurt Geiger, Wordplay, Dune and M&G Investments.
The organisation specialises in the development of leaders at all levels with experience in retail, construction, finance, manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, public sector and leisure. With a fresh approach to learning, Redsky works in partnership with clients to prepare a bespoke tailored training programme that addresses their needs and challenges.
The company will now build on its multi-sector experience across retail, construction, public sector and manufacturing in the UK by committing to double its annual turnover through innovative networking and marketing, including a re-brand, new website and events programme, as well as generating new international opportunities with new and existing clients. The company has also committed to creating new jobs during 2013 as part of its expansion.
Diane Coolican, managing director at Redsky Learning, said: "This year presents a key opportunity for Redsky Learning to expand its client base and make a presence on an international level.
"We are committed to growing our team and driving new opportunities with ambitious plans to double our turnover and broaden our already growing international remit. Although Redsky is only eight years old, we have already grown the business to work across multi-sector blue chip clients. We believe our bespoke programmes that address individual company dynamics and values, coupled with our ability to deliver results that impact on the bottom line and give significant return on investment, is a unique offering for clients."
He added: "Moving into 2013 we are committed to continuing to develop our thriving retail customer base, while working with key contacts in the construction sector to help the industry get back on its feet."