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Career Research Group Selects Thought Industries to Deliver Career Knowledge to Consumers and Professionals via Human Search Engine®


The Career Research Group chooses Thought Industries’ Learning Business Platform™ to power Human Search Engine® and deliver learning online.

Boston, MA, June 08, 2017 --(PR.com)-- Thought Industries, one of the fastest growing online learning companies and creator of the first Learning Business Platform™, today announced a new partnership agreement with Career Research Group, creators of Human Search Engine® (HSE). The Career Research Groups plans to use the Thought Industries’ Learning Business Platform™ to deliver their career-related knowledge direct to consumers, universities, businesses, and more via HSE.

Over the past 12 years, the Career Research Group has developed an evidence-based curriculum -- HSE -- to help guide thousands of job seekers. The HSE curriculum is taught at many colleges and universities around the country, and is a required course for student athletes at UW Madison. Prior to selecting Thought Industries, Career Research Group already had an online class in place, but it was lacking necessary SCORM and communication capabilities. In order to create a community of sharing, the HSE online class used one platform to deliver the learning and then facilitated discussion using another platform (i.e. Facebook groups). The Thought Industries’ platform will enable HSE to operate within a single online learning environment, while improving the current learning experience and expanding business capabilities.

“When I started reading reviews about Thought Industries, clients had great things to say about the professional and client services support,” said Jennifer Banta-Kroll, Chief Operating Officer at Career Research Group. “We chose the Learning Business Platform because we felt like we were entering a partnership in which HSE’s success was a common goal.”

“We are thrilled to have Career Research Group on board as the newest Thought Industries’ client and empowering them to scale learning to their various audiences with our platform,” said Doug Murphy, President of Thought Industries, “Career education delivered online needs to be both informative and engaging in order to generate real outcomes, and we’re looking forward to helping them create that experience.”

About the HSE
The Human Search Engine® is an evidence-based curriculum that has been developed and tested over the past 12 years with thousands of job seekers. The HSE curriculum is taught at many colleges and universities around the country, and is a required course for student athletes at UW Madison. HSE was created by Career Research Group, an organization specializing in educating individuals and groups on how to search for a career, an educational program, become a leader, and create a stellar sales career.

About Thought Industries
Thought Industries is powering the business of learning with the world’s first Learning Business Platform™. Offering a comprehensive suite of enterprise-level learning delivery and monetization tools, the customizable platform enables businesses and organizations to deliver engaging and fully-branded learning experiences to their business and consumer audiences. From creating online courses to managing an online learning business, the platform hosts a library of powerful, easy-to-use features that enable organizations to get to market quickly and cost-effectively. Follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook.
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