Global e-learning market expected to grow massively


Due to the increasing penetration of smart phones and the Internet, the global e-learning market is expected to achieve considerable growth from 2020 to 2026. 


The entire company sector has a high demand for advanced learning technologies, and government support for the use of digital learning technologies is also increasing, which will help increase the popularity of digital learning. 


More and more large enterprises are adopting innovative e-learning platforms to meet the needs of providing effective training for their globally distributed employees. 


Given its online nature, the e-learning platform allows companies to train their remote workforce, which includes employees working in manufacturing facilities or on-site in a unified manner. At the same time, the new working conditions created by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic are expected to prove beneficial to the entire e-learning market. 


Many educational institutions and corporate organizations are adopting digital learning solutions to deliver training and knowledge while ensuring social distancing.

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