Cegos Asia Pacific Pte Ltd has been crowned Best Corporate Training Organisation 2018 in the annual Singapore Business Awards, run by prominent business magazine APAC Insider. Cegos APAC was nominated for the award anonymously by a number of clients, and impressed judges with their diverse range of multi-platform training programmes.
APAC Insider says judges were searching for “Singapore’s exceptional business minds and most deserving enterprises from the past 12 months. Winners are based on merit alone, rather than the number of votes received or their repute, giving everyone an equal chance and allowing for even the smallest of businesses to receive their due accolades.”
Jeremy Blain, regional managing director of Cegos Asia Pacific, said:
“We’re delighted to win this award, especially as it was our clients who put our name forward. The Singapore government is pushing hard to upskill its people, so the training industry here is alive with many worthy competitors. It’s a real honour to be singled out as the best.
While we whole-heartedly embrace the digital era, the human touch remains the important thread that binds all our learning together. As such, our multi-format solutions are built to help managers and their teams grow through a suite of smart skills. We use 70:20:10 methodology to ensure learning is applied and impacts business results, and offer full service digital programmes, from transformation consulting through to eLearning, mobile and App-based solutions. All while remaining truly connected to the individual and backed up by our strong pedagogical heritage.”
Here is what APAC Insider say about their awards:
“We recognise truly outstanding and innovative businesses when we see them. And when we do, we like to reward them. The APAC Insider Awards are all about bringing to the fore those firms who, through their commitment, enthusiasm, expertise and willingness to do things differently, are rewriting their industry’s rule book while achieving incredible results, both for their clients and themselves.”