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Understand Why Virtual Reality For Corporate Training Is Poised For Dramatic Growth in 2021

Wednesday, September 9, 2020 1:00pm - 2:00pm EDT  
Host: Future Workplace Webinars
By: Justin Parry, Co-founder & COO, Immerse

Using Virtual Reality for corporate training is now one of the fastest growing segments of the $200 billion plus corporate training industry. Companies are looking at their processes and ways of working in a different light as a result of the disruption caused by the Coronavirus lock-down. This includes looking at how they currently train their employees, across a multitude of areas including HR, health & safety, and key procedures.

VR training is one technology that can help evolve current processes and ways of working, but without the right level of data it is impossible for companies to make informed decisions.

Though this webinar, you will:

  • Understand the importance of data capture to drive ROI based decisions
  • Learn how to use VR data to improve training and employee engagement.
  • Hear examples from a number of sectors including energy, utilities and life sciences.

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Presenter

Justin Parry
Justin Parry

Co-founder & COO, Immerse

Justin has 20 years of experience creating and growing B2C and B2B products for start-ups and global organisations. He has developed and launched online platforms, websites and mobile products across the world and joined Immerse from his role as Global Director of Internet Yellow Pages for Yell Group.

Justin is Chief Operating Officer and leads the Product strategy for Immerse. As a founder, he designed and led product development of the Immerse platform from scratch. He now oversees the delivery of all technology and VR content across the organisation.


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