The pandemic dented revenues but there are signs of resurgent demand for training on an expanding array of topics and in new modalities, article says.
Derrick Mabbot, Marketing Director at Cambridge Judge Business School, points to signs of recovery in the executive education market: “Corporate clients are definitely returning, with exponential growth from COVID levels.” he says.
According to the article, the biggest growth area is for content focused on environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors as companies come under pressure to become better corporate citizens.
“That growth is in some ways part of a response to the need to attract talent, and to respond to regulatory pressure, but is more broadly about senior leaders getting behind the need to simply do the right thing,” Derrick explains.
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