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    Webinar: 3 centrala kursmodeller – hur skapar du den optimala strukturen och när ska vad användas?

    Drip learning, Blended Learning, Flipped Classroom, Microlearning…är du osäker på hur du ska bygga upp din digitala kurs? Trött på gissande? Vill du ha tillgång till succe cases och inspireras av mallar? Här är din chans att lära dig hur du skapar rätt kursdesign för din specifika målgrupp – så att du blir effektivare när du producerar din kurs och säkerställer ett högt engagemang och bra resultat hos dina kursdeltagare.

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    Edit your video directly in Learnifier

    We think that video is the most important media within Learnifier. We are constantly working on improvements on how to make this better and how to support this media in a better way. For us, it is important to make it easier for you to add and use video in your courses. We have met with a lot of people that aspires to use Videos as the main media in their Learnifier courses but they don’t know how they’ll edit their videos. There have been a fair bit of questions regarding what editing program they should buy to be able to edit videos on their computer.

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    Key Learnings From Startup Grind London

    Key Learnings From Startup Grind London

    One of our clients asked us if I could share our key learnings from Startup Grind in London. I am thankful for the question as it means our customers are interested in what we do, not only in business but also us as a growing company. It was also extremely valuable to take 10-15 minutes right after the exhibition to debrief our key learnings.

    So without further ado, here we go!

    1. Have Clear Objectives
      One of the best things we did before going to Startup Grind in London was to ask ourselves what we wished to accomplish from our visit to London. This made sure everybody on the team was aligned around the same mission, and because of that, we went into the conference hall with a lot of confidence. It doesn’t have to be scientific or overly complicated – our top 3 objectives were to: Collect quality leads/prospects, get our product/company in front of as many interesting companies & investors as possible for feedback and potential cooperations in the future, and get inspiration from other startups and see what’s going on in the world of tech and new ideas.

    2. Honor the rule of reciprocity
      If you get the chance to present your idea and your business to someone, make sure you let that person tell you about their business as well. It’s easy to go into “brag-mode” and turn your elevator pitch into a bus ride pitch. I get it, your business is awesome and your passion gets the best of you so you end up talking about you, you and only you. Before you even begin your pitch, start by asking the person in front of you about their story and business. This does 2 things for you: 1, you show more interest in your audience than yourself which immediately separates you from all the others. 2, you are better positioned to talk about your business when you know more about the company you’re about to pitch to. 
    3. Cliche warning: Have fun, really!
      One thing that struck me was the fact that I can’t remember the last time we had this much fun together professionally. We were cracking up jokes, laughing with almost everyone we met AND came back home with some serious amount of learnings and quality leads. I think I am trying to say that it’s perfectly fine to have both fun and be productive at the same time.


    We want to wish a big good luck to the fellow startups we wet! Thank you Startup Grind for having us. Thanks to all the cool people who stopped by our booth.

    Hope to see you soon again/Learnifier

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    Learnifier is 1 of 50 startups in the world to exhibit at Startup Grind London 2017

    Startup Grind London 2017!

    Learnifier has the honor to be amongst 1 of 50 handpicked startups from 80 countries and 200 cities around the world. We are extremely excited to meet all the fellow entrepreneurs, startup enthusiasts, investors and potential partners.

    “Startup Grind is the largest independent startup community, actively educating, inspiring, and connecting 1,000,000 founders in over 200 cities.”

    We want to wish everybody a great exhibition and we look forward to meeting you all!

    PS: Its my (Abdalla Mohamed) first time to London.. EVER! If you had a television anytime during the 90’s you probably know why this image makes perfect sense right now!

    For more info about Startup Grind London 2017 visit their site:

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