2010 – A Year in Review

Where did 2010 go? It seems like only yesterday we published our first blog post introducing the world to iPal and our team. As we get set to ring in the New Year, we want to take some time to reflect on the great year we had at iPal.

 

In 2010, iPal was focused on meeting new people and exploring new business opportunities. Attending Trade Shows and Conferences was one of the ways we were able to connect with other businesses and individuals interested in eLearning. This year iPal had the opportunity to attend:

From these Trade Shows and Conferences, iPal had the great fortune of connecting with some of our new partners. We look forward to a successful year for all. We would like to welcome the following new partners to the iPal family:

 

iPal is also looking forward to continuing talks and forging new relationships with the following companies and businesses:

And finally, on a personal note, iPal President Brad Loiselle had a great year celebrating some major professional accomplishments including:

 

There is no doubt that 2010 was a busy and thrilling year for all of us at iPal. We are confident and excited about what 2011 has in store for us.

From all of us at iPal – Happy Holidays and all the best in 2011!

We want to hear from you. What are your plans for the upcoming year?

About iPal Interactive Learning, A Knightsbridge Company

iPal Interactive Learning was established to provide an enhanced e-learning experience. Using industry leading technologies, processes and talent, iPal has created an interactive development methodology that ensures learner engagement and knowledge retention. iPal is truly passionate about taking e-learning to the next level, helping organizations achieve training and development success. Visit our website at: http://www.i-pal.ca
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