Skills Development

Emerging360 has deep expertise in developing high-quality instructional design and delivering effective skills development initiatives, including elearning, blended learning, micro-learning, and in-class training.

Building the Capacity of Women Entrepreneurs in Vietnam through Mobile Micro-Learning

HerVenture Mobile App ScreenshotsThanks to support from Qualcomm® Wireless Reach™, the HerVenture mobile micro-learning app for women entrepreneurs is now available in Vietnam. Emerging360 designed and developed the new mobile learning app in collaboration with the Cherie Blair Foundation for Women. And the platform is already helping to build the capacity of women entrepreneurs in emerging markets. Indeed, users are starting and growing more sustainable businesses.

The Android app includes a range of features to help build the capacity of women entrepreneurs through mobile micro-learning: Read more

Emerging360 & CGAP Promoting Financial Inclusion Via Human-Centered Design & eLearning

CGAP eLearning Course on Financial Inclusion Using Human-Centered DesignThe Consultative Group to Assist the Poor (CGAP) has selected Emerging360 to design and develop a flagship blended learning course for financial institutions, entitled “Customers at the Center.” The new training offering leverages eLearning and Human-Centered Design (HCD) methodologies, and will be featured on CGAP’s Gateway Academy platform. Read more

Emerging360 & Cherie Blair Foundation Empower Women Entrepreneurs in Africa

women entrepreneursThe Cherie Blair Foundation for Women has selected Emerging360 as the Technology Partner for its “Road to Women’s Business Growth” initiative to empower women entrepreneurs in Africa.

Road to Women’s Business Growth is a collaborative venture led by the Cherie Blair Foundation for Women in collaboration with the ExxonMobil Foundation, Enterprise Development Centre, and key financial institutions. Launched in 2014, the two-year project is designed to build the business skills and financial literacy of women entrepreneurs in Nigeria, and to improve their access to finance. Read more