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Byron Nicolaides, Founder, Chairman & CEO, PeopleCert.

PeopleCert also completes the acquisition of QAI certifications in Business Analysis, Software Testing and Software Quality

We are proud that our hard work and results are recognised through this upgrade, especially when global market trends appear to be challenging.” — Byron Nicolaides, Founder, Chairman & CEO, PeopleCert.LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM, September 23, 2022 /EINPresswire.com / -- PeopleCert announces that Fitch Ratings has upgraded PeopleCert's €300 million Senior Secured Notes to BB- from B+. Continuing its path of growth and development, PeopleCert has also completed its acquisition of QAI certifications.

The upgrade follows the strong trading of the company and its material increase in Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation, and Amortization (EBITDA) and Free Cash Flow (FCF) following the acquisition of Axelos in 2021. Fitch also upgraded PeopleCert to B+ from B with a Stable Outlook and expects Free Cash Flow (FCF) to remain strong over the next four years.

In addition to the upgrade, PeopleCert has completed the acquisition of QAI certifications in Business Analysis, Software Testing and Software Quality. Over the last 40 years, QAI certifications have been globally recognised and adopted by professionals and organisations. This acquisition complements PeopleCert's product portfolio in IT & Digital Transformation, Project Management, Business and Languages and expands its Software Development product suite.

Byron Nicolaides (Founder, Chairman & CEO, PeopleCert) commented:“We are proud that our hard work and results are recognised through this upgrade, especially when global market trends appear to be challenging. Further, this acquisition solidifies PeopleCert's position as a global IP-house and our commitment to enhance people's lives through best practice frameworks and certifications.”

These developments are fully aligned with PeopleCert's strategy and accelerated growth plans, further establishing its leadership position in the professional skills and languages certification markets.

Petros Lampropoulos
PeopleCert
+30 21 0372 9148
email us here

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Killexams : Cape Coral-based Community Foundation unleashes local assets, builds community

For the past six years, nonprofit organizations have credited the “little but loud” Community Foundation, founded in Cape Coral, as the fastest-growing charitable brand in Southwest Florida. It has unique characteristics that defy comparison with other community foundations, and in the opinion of some who know it well, bigger community foundations could learn from studying it.

The board of directors approved a new strategy to amplify and increase the impact of Southwest Florida nonprofits with lean resources by building an inclusive community where they can learn, connect, and collaborate.  The vision is to transform communities through informed giving.

The emphasis on small nonprofits has created a reawakening for The Community Foundation and a generosity movement for an organization that owns no property or building, utilizes a shared leadership model of board governance and is led by a remote workforce of 10 team members.

The Foundation is growing fast and attracting new fans and followers. Its growth strategy has garnered local, state, regional and national interest. The board of directors approved an action plan to advance their impact and powerful style of philanthropy focusing on four strategic goals.

Goal No. 1: Strengthen and increase the impact of Southwest Florida nonprofits

Offer a wide range of services specifically for nonprofits with lean resources to advance their impact and champion their powerful style of philanthropy, and business and nonprofit partnerships.

Goal No. 2: Build a broader and deeper nonprofit community through sharing and cooperation

Invest in and create opportunities for sharing and cooperation among small nonprofits with lean resources; also facilitate connections between nonprofits and donors, funders, and business sponsors to obtain financial resources to further their vision and mission.

Goal No. 3: Maximize our relevance and accessibility to a variety of nonprofits and their donors

Offer valuable, easily accessible resources to a wide variety of nonprofits and their donors throughout their philanthropic journey.

Goal No. 4: Advance diversity, equity, and inclusion in philanthropy

Cultivate a culture that advances diversity, equity, and inclusion within The Community Foundation and among Southwest Florida’s community of regional nonprofits.

THE ENPY Awards celebrate the year in charitable giving. Pictured are the 2020 ENPY Award winners.

From September: Meet the 36 ENPY award finalists, representing SWFL's nonprofit excellence

Inspired by the extraordinary acts of generosity and humanitarian aid happening in Southwest Florida, the Foundation will host the 2022 ENPY Awards to celebrate the year in charitable giving during a special television show airing on Tuesday, Oct. 18, on CTNtelevision.com at 7:30 p.m.

This year the Foundation received a record number of nominations. This is wonderful as the Foundation feels - as does the community by their nominations - the nonprofit leaders doing the work to better our community do not get enough recognition. During the ENPY Awards, the efforts of Southwest Florida nonprofit organizations and the people who serve them will be collectively recognized for their impact in our community.

Please join The Community Foundation in congratulating each of the finalists for their significant contributions that make Southwest Florida a stronger and more robust community.

Here is everything to know about the 2022 ENPY Awards, from the finalists to how to watch. The emcee, or mistress of ceremonies, for the 2022 ENPY Awards is Wendy Fullerton, News Director for the News-Press, Naples Daily News, and USA Today.

A panel of impartial non-local judges selected three finalists from an online nomination process in each of the following twelve categories:

Board Leader of the Year (board member): Debra Frenkel – Well Fit Girls; Jane Schiff – Jewish Federation of Greater Naples; Jessica Van Hart – Family Initiative, Inc.

Commentary: The top 20 communicators in Southwest Florida

Nonprofit Organization of the Year (established more than five years ago): Thrive; Southwest Florida Symphony; Quality Life Center of Southwest Florida, Inc.

Nonprofit Executive of the Year (CEO, president, executive director): Melissa Bonner – Dr. Piper Center for Social Services, Inc.; Matthew Johnson – The IMAG History & Science Center; Richard LeBer – Harry Chapin Food Bank

Nonprofit Employee of the Year (paid staff member): Dr. Jan Abernathie – Wonder Gardens; Dick Draffone – Collier Lee Honor Flight; Dr. Rebecca Gatian – Avow Hospice

Business Impact Partner of the Year (business that supports nonprofits and the community): Beattie Development; Local Roots Farmers Markets; MidWestOne Bank

Nonprofit Volunteer of the Year (individual who serves the organization and/or community): Mary Bartoshuk – Children’s Garden of LaBelle; Vicky Cordes – New Horizons of SWFL; Amy McQuagge - Pace Center for Girls, Lee County

Nonprofit Rising Organization of the Year (established less than five years ago): Bonita Senior Center; Community Assistance Ministry; Southwest Florida Music Education Center

Paul Sanborn Service Above Self Award (outstanding servant leader): Pat Boris – F.I.S.H. OF SANCAP; Lydia Masters – The New Beginnings of Southwest Florida; Jamie Suanez – Rist Family Foundation

Elmer Tabor Generosity Award (individual who exemplifies being kind and generous to others): Sue Dalton – Conservancy of Southwest Florida; Neftali Feliciano – Cancer Alliance of Naples; Lisa Moorehead – Donate4Kidz Foundation, Inc.

Community Impact Award (individual improving the well-being of children, youth, and families): Daniel Andrews – Captains for Clean Water; Kelly Palmer – Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Sun Coast; Janel Trull – Cape Coral Museum of History

Next Generation Leader of the Year (young leader making a difference in the charitable sector): Margo Brewster – Pace Center for Girls, Lee County; Alycia Downs – Captains for Clean Water; Sarah Williamson – Wonder Gardens

Commentary: How The Community Foundation makes Southwest Florida a better place

Connie Ramos-Williams Nonprofit Publicity Award (innovative marketing/PR on a shoestring budget): Jennifer Bushinger-Ortiz – Loveland Center, Inc.; Vanessa Chavino – Leading Latinas, Inc.; Jacki Liszak – Fort Myers Beach Chamber of Commerce

The Community Foundation, founded in Cape Coral, the largest city in Southwest Florida, is the voice and the choice of the region’s 5,214 nonprofits with a combined workforce of 37,619 employees that generate $4.15 billion in annual revenue. The Community Foundation is also the creator of the upcoming Generous People, weekly television production that combines entertainment with philanthropy. The groundbreaking television series will broadcast across Lee, Collier, Charlotte, DeSoto, Glades and Hendry counties in Florida to more than 610,000 households. Every episode features real-world nonprofit leaders and experts who are working in the trenches of the charitable sector.

Michael Chatman is president & CEO of The Community Foundation, the global center for generosity, and can be reached at michael@capecoralcf.org. The foundation is located at 1405 SE 47th Terrace, Unit 2, Cape Coral. For information, call 239-542-5594 or go to www.capecoralcf.org

This article originally appeared on Fort Myers News-Press: Cape Coral-based Community Foundation transforms communities

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Killexams : Directors Guild Foundation

Financial Hardship Assistance 

For decades, the Directors Guild Foundation's interest-free loan program has provided a vital lifeline to members facing financial hardships and emergencies. For more information or to apply for a confidential loan, please contact the DGF office at (310) 289-2037 or Foundation@dga.org.

IF YOU CAN HELP, PLEASE DONATE HERE

If you prefer to donate by check, please make it out to the Directors Guild Foundation, and mail it to the Directors Guild Foundation, 7920 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90046.


DGF Officers:

  • Todd Holland, Chairman of the Board
  • Scott Berger, First Vice Chairman
  • Jay D. Roth, Second Vice Chairman
  • Carl Weathers, Secretary
  • Cleve Landsberg, Treasurer
  • Michael Zinberg, Assistant Secretary
  • Millicent Shelton, Assistant Treasurer

DGF Trustees:

Paris Barclay, Scott Berger, James Burrows, Robert Butler, Mark Cendrowski, Gil Cates, Jr., Zetna Fuentes, Leonard Garner, Jr., Lesli Linka Glatter, Taylor Hackford, Todd Holland, Joanna Kerns, Cleve Landsberg, Kathleen McGill, Jay D. Roth, Arlene Sanford, Thomas Schlamme, Millicent Shelton, Mary Rae Thewlis, Betty Thomas, Jesús Treviño, Carl Weathers, Michael Zinberg.


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Founded in 1945, the Directors Guild Foundation has a rich history of generosity. Distinguished DGA board members and industry leaders such as Frank Capra, Cecil B. DeMille, John Ford, Gil Cates, Sr., Howard W. Koch, and John Rich were instrumental in developing the mission of the DGF. The current Trustees continue this proud tradition of service by providing confidential loans to Directors Guild of America members: standard loans to assist members who are experiencing short term financial hardship and emergency loans to assist members experiencing an immediate need due to a natural disaster, medical emergency, or the like.

In addition to the DGF’s 70+ year history of helping DGA members in need through its interest-free loan program, the Foundation has established the Directors Guild Foundation Cognitive Wellness Program. In partnership with the Motion Picture & Television Fund and the UCLA Longevity Center, this 10-year commitment supports an ambitious research program exploring ways to delay the onset of dementia and Alzheimer symptoms. This partnership with MPTF/UCLA is only the most recent example of how the Foundation is growing to meet the needs of DGA members in new ways and recognizes that we can do so much more to aid the long-term health and well-being not only of DGA members, but the entire entertainment community.

For the last several years the Foundation has underwritten the cost of annual flu shots for more than 1,000 DGA members and their dependents without health coverage through flu shot clinics in Los Angeles and New York. The Foundation also continues its long history of supporting The Actors Fund and the programs and services it provides to DGA members and the entire entertainment community.

In the 21st Century, the Foundation continues its vital mission of serving DGA members in need and directly supporting organizations that are responsible for the physical health and well-being of DGA members and the entertainment community. Please join the Foundation’s Board of Trustees in these worthy initiatives by making a tax-deductible contribution, giving back to those who can use your help the most.

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Killexams : Resources Watch

Welcome to Creamer Media’s Resources Watch, a weekly video round-up of the events and people making and shaping the news in the mining industry.

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Pan African effectively building new underground gold mine at Evander

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And, Menar says anthracite prospects looking very good

PGMs hotter than ever amid upcoming SAIMM greener world collaboration event

Platinum group metals as global decarbonisation and environmental, social and governance enablers have arguably never been a hotter syllabu globally, which will be highlighted at the upcoming in-person conference of the Southern African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy at Sun City on November 2 and 3.

SAIMM’s Gary Lane:

Pan African effectively building new underground gold mine at Evander

Midtier Africa-focused gold producer Pan African Resources is effectively building a new internally-funded underground gold mine on two levels of the Evander underground gold mine in Mpumalanga.

Pan African CEO Cobus Loots:

Menar says anthracite prospects looking very good

The prospects for anthracite are looking very good, especially in terms of market value and having demand coming from different parts of the world.

Menar MD Vuslat Bayoglu:

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Killexams : Afetsi Awoonor Foundation launched to develop human resource potential of communities

The Afetsi Awoonor Foundation, an organisation dedicated to developing the human resource potential of the country, to create a stable and cohesive society through self-sufficient individuals, has been launched.

The Foundation is aimed at ensuring that the average Ghanaian is economically self-sufficient and capable of participating in the development of Ghana and the continent.

Founder of the foundation, Afetsi Awoonor, said, “we believe a country is best served with a resilient, healthy, capable and functional human resource base.”

He noted that the Foundation was created to Boost the lives of people in rural communities, through the provision of business infrastructure, funding, social support, and youth development.

Afetsi Awoonor Foundation launched to develop human resource potential of communities

Making communities feel empowered and giving its indigenes a stake in their development is at the core of the Foundation’s support programming, not simply solving problems, but building sustainable solutions and programmes, in collaboration with respective community leaders.

In the area of entrepreneurial incubation, the Foundation will offer strategic training models and support systems that transform beneficiaries, primarily women and youth into effective and successful entrepreneurs. 

“We intend to carry this out through seed funding, mentorship and skills development for 300 plus youth annually,” Mr Awoonor said. 

Afetsi Awoonor Foundation launched to develop human resource potential of communities

Through its Water for Humanity initiative, the Foundation will work with community leaders and institutions to Boost access to safe drinking water in rural communities. 

From its first project in 2010 till date, the Afetsi Awoonor Foundation continues to harness community engagement and renewable energy in the development of solar-powered boreholes for communities that lack access to safe drinking water.

The Foundation has already strengthened quality primary healthcare delivery in rural communities, through the supply of hospital consumables and equipment to enable rapid first-aid and patient stabilization in rural health centres. 

“We have donated medical equipment to four community health care centres in Ketu North, to aid the provision of first aid and emergency response, and continue to identify more recipients for further donations,” Mr Awoonor said.  

Afetsi Awoonor Foundation launched to develop human resource potential of communities

The Foundation is also pivoting to prepare rural communities for the Fourth Industrial Revolution, by ensuring that tech is at the forefront of their solutions.

With the future being technology, the Foundations Tech Hub provides a friendly ecosystem where young tech talents are trained, nurtured, and supported to create tech-based solutions to problems confronting rural communities. 

The Founder is also deeply aware of the marginalization of women and girls in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM), and commits to prioritising the training of young girls.

Mr Awoonor said that “in the first year of operation of our Tech Hub, we aim to train at least 500 youth”.

“We collaborate with schools, religious bodies and community leaders to organize strategic mentorship programmes, workshops and seminars that help shape and Boost the mindsets of the youth, as well as build relevant skills that will develop them into visionaries and great leaders,” he said. 

“Our annual “Nutoamenenyo HOWLIWLI” football tournament harnesses, develops and promotes sporting talents while promoting unity and peace among the communities.”

The Afetsi Awoonor Foundation is an ambitious and worthwhile initiative by a dynamic young community builder, Afetsi Awoonor, who is determined to ensure that development and prosperity become the mainstay of the Volta Region.

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Killexams : Forward Foundation helps families through education, financial resources and support -An organization in the Richmond area is helping single parents as they navigate raising their families. The Forward Foundation is a “nonprofit dedicated to assisting working, single parents and their children in the Greater Richmond area who are in the midst of a financial crisis.” © Provided by Richmond-Petersburg WWBT -An organization in the Richmond area is helping single parents as they navigate raising their families. The Forward Foundation is a “nonprofit dedicated to assisting working, single parents and their children in the Greater Richmond area who are in the midst of a financial crisis.”

HENRICO, Va. (WWBT) - An organization in the Richmond area is helping single parents as they navigate raising their families.

The Forward Foundation is a “nonprofit dedicated to assisting working, single parents and their children in the Greater Richmond area who are in the midst of a financial crisis.”

“On paper, they’re making too much money. In real life, they’re not making enough to be able to cover their bills. And so, what can we do to bridge that gap and provide them that support that they need to help men and women?” said Executive Director Andrea Starr.

The organization offers educational opportunities and financial resources and provides a community of families.

“[Maybe] you’ve gone through, or you’re going through a divorce. You may have extended litigation. You’re dealing with, or you could have had, you know, death in the family, caring for an elderly parent, lots of different things that can cause financial crisis,” said Starr. “What Forward Foundation does is we are a gap filler. We are working to be able to provide assistance via offering community education, career advancement, opportunities for these single parents that would not be eligible for services through the state based upon their income.”

For parents like Dani Kinker, the Forward Foundation came into her life when she was stressed about finding childcare. Kinker is in school, and she was in a bind when classes went from virtual to back in person. Kinker posted on Facebook, looking for help.

“And in one of the VA mom groups, this wonderful woman, Andrea [Starr], reached out to me and said, “Hey, I see that you’re a single mom. I’d love to talk with you sometime. I might be able to help you out.” To be honest, at first, I was thinking, is this a scam? And I almost didn’t respond,” said Kinker.

Responding led to assistance with childcare and educational programs on setting up benefits and 529 College Savings Plans.

“Having this community of women that genuinely care about each other has been the most life-changing thing for me that the Forward Foundation has brought into my life,” she explained.

The Forward Foundation typically helps 12-15 families per year, but Starr hopes to see that number grow.

“The goal is absolutely to be able to double that size. We have a really wonderful opportunity to make that happen,” said Starr. “We were presented with a challenge match at the beginning of this year. So, we have an anonymous donor that has presented us with a $100,000 challenge match. That means if we can match those funds dollar for dollar, we have it. We have a match back up to 100,000, and that would be life-altering for the foundation.”

To learn more about the Forward Foundation and how to apply for assistance or donate, click here.

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Killexams : Nacogdoches ISD Education Foundation launches with aim to bolster education resources Nacogdoches High School © Provided by Tyler-Longview KTRE Nacogdoches High School

NACOGDOCHES, Texas (KTRE) - Nacogdoches ISD’S newly formed education foundation has launched its first campaign to help increase student success by funding different needs of the school district.

An education foundation helps fund different software programs, equipment, and advances in technology and much more that help further educational goals of students. NISD’S education foundation was formed in the spring of last year, but now they are beginning the fundraising process to provide opportunities for excellence in education.

Executive Director of the foundation, Erin Windham, says being a former teacher herself she knows the struggles teachers have to go through to keep learning fresh for students.

“They are having to dip in their own pockets all the time for things, and I know an education foundation can provide them money to do some of those programs and not have to spend their own money,” Windham said.

Windham says they have started their first fundraising campaign as a group for the fall, to award teachers mini-grants.

“We will continue the fundraising cycle into October, we will through that time be accepting some applications for mini grants for teachers and before the fall semester is over, we will be able to take that money straight to the teachers and award them their mini grants. That will be really exciting,” Windham said.

Windham said after the fall semester, they will begin fundraising for the spring, and teachers can apply for larger grants.

President Terrence Reeves said the support of the community is important to education.

“Everyone in the community is basically needed to support our education system and it helps the city of Nacogdoches to grow as a whole,” Reeves said.

The district received a “C” In the overall accountability ratings from the Texas Education Agency.

At the NISD school board meeting last week, board members were shown tremendous growth by each grade in each school across the district compared to last year.

Windham says that the foundation can help add on to the growth.

“What’s given to us, the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills, that’s important, but that’s a baseline and so being able to add to that with some extra pomp and circumstance and deliver the kids, make it feel like a celebration, and make it feel like the depth that is happening in the classroom has increased. That’s what matters the most,” Windham said.

For more information about the education foundation click on the Big Red Box on our website.

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Killexams : Security Bank Foundation provides learning resources in Ilocos Region

Security Bank Foundation donated eight Knowledge Channel Portable Media Libraries (PMLs) and 306 Makeroscopes to eight SBFI Classrooms Project beneficiary schools in Ilocos Region. The PMLs are external hard drives containing over 1,500 Knowledge Channel-developed video lessons, e-games, and e-session guides aligned with the Department of Education K-12 curriculum, while the Makeroscopes come with trial slides of animal and plant cells. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

CITY OF SAN FERNANDO, La Union: Security Bank Foundation Inc. (SBFI), the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) arm of Security Bank Corp., augmented its support for the Department of Education (DepEd) by equipping schools in the Ilocos Region with much-needed learning resources for the school year 2022-2023.

SBFI donated eight Knowledge Channel Portable Media Libraries (PMLs) and 306 Makeroscopes (keychain microscope sets) to eight SBFI Classrooms Project beneficiary schools in Ilocos Region which were received by DepEd Region 1 Director Dr. Tolentino Aquino.

"While at first we were panic as to how to jump-start classes given our region's situation, we are thankful that Security Bank Foundation's donation allows for learning to continue within or outside the four walls of the classroom," says Dr. Aquino.

The learning resources will allow students to learn offsite if there are limited classrooms. Students can also enrich their knowledge through the home videos and experiment at home with the portability of keychain microscopes.

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The Knowledge Channel PMLs are external hard drives containing over 1,500 Knowledge Channel-developed video lessons, e-games, and e-session guides aligned with the Department of Education K-12 curriculum.

The beneficiaries are: Ayusan-Paoa Elementary School (Vigan City, Ilocos Sur), Balatong Integrated School (Laoag City, Ilocos Norte), Dagupan City National High School (Dagupan City, Pangasinan), Ilocos Norte National High School (Laoag City, Ilocos Norte), Ilocos Sur National High School (Vigan City, Ilocos Sur), Lingsat Integrated School (San Fernando City, La Union), San Fernando North Central School (San Fernando City, La Union), and Vigan Central School (Vigan City, Ilocos Norte).

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Killexams : Fitch upgrades PeopleCert’s Senior Secured Notes to BB- following strong financial performance
Byron Nicolaides

Byron Nicolaides, Founder, Chairman & CEO, PeopleCert.

PeopleCert also completes the acquisition of QAI certifications in Business Analysis, Software Testing and Software Quality

We are proud that our hard work and results are recognised through this upgrade, especially when global market trends appear to be challenging.”

— Byron Nicolaides, Founder, Chairman & CEO, PeopleCert.

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM, September 23, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ -- PeopleCert announces that Fitch Ratings has upgraded PeopleCert’s €300 million Senior Secured Notes to BB- from B+. Continuing its path of growth and development, PeopleCert has also completed its acquisition of QAI certifications.

The upgrade follows the strong trading of the company and its material increase in Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation, and Amortization (EBITDA) and Free Cash Flow (FCF) following the acquisition of Axelos in 2021. Fitch also upgraded PeopleCert to B+ from B with a Stable Outlook and expects Free Cash Flow (FCF) to remain strong over the next four years.

In addition to the upgrade, PeopleCert has completed the acquisition of QAI certifications in Business Analysis, Software Testing and Software Quality. Over the last 40 years, QAI certifications have been globally recognised and adopted by professionals and organisations. This acquisition complements PeopleCert’s product portfolio in IT & Digital Transformation, Project Management, Business and Languages and expands its Software Development product suite.

Byron Nicolaides (Founder, Chairman & CEO, PeopleCert) commented: “We are proud that our hard work and results are recognised through this upgrade, especially when global market trends appear to be challenging. Further, this acquisition solidifies PeopleCert’s position as a global IP-house and our commitment to enhance people’s lives through best practice frameworks and certifications.”

These developments are fully aligned with PeopleCert’s strategy and accelerated growth plans, further establishing its leadership position in the professional skills and languages certification markets.

Petros Lampropoulos
PeopleCert
+30 21 0372 9148
email us here

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