Business Expert Webinars Launches Corporate eLearning Training Program

Minneapolis, MN, June 25, 2009 --( Business Expert Webinars (BEW), the leading provider of business eLearning, announced it has launched a new offering focused on helping companies develop their employees in difficult economic times.

The BEW Corporate eLearning program affords business owners/executives the opportunity to pre-purchase business eLearning webinar seats at a heavily discounted rate and use them over the duration of the year. It's encouraged to have multiple people share a seat to maximize the training budget.

“While the economy has squeezed corporate training budgets, companies are even worse off if they stop developing their people. Yet, they can't spend thousands of dollars for a single employee to get training. Our new corporate eLearning training program is designed to provide effective, affordable training for everyone in the business setting. For what it would cost for one person to get trained, a company could have 50 seats in our business eLearning courses," said Lee B. Salz, President and CEO of Business Expert Webinars.

The BEW skill-based curriculum is narrow and focused on finite subject matter where the vision is for attendees to come away being able to do something they couldn't do as well before. The eLearning courses are delivered by business gurus who create an open learning environment that encourages active participation and participant interaction.

You can learn more about this program at

About Business Expert Webinars
Business Expert Webinars (BEW) is the leading provider of live, skill-based, business eLearning training programs. BEW helps speakers, consultants, and trainers add eLearning to their product portfolio. The BEW speakers are international business experts including best-selling authors, award-winning speakers, and business gurus. With over 750 webinars delivered by over 150 speakers, BEW can help any business professional improve their skills. For more information, visit

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