In November 2018 we will be celebrating our second birthday, and in the past two years we feel like we’ve achieved more than we could ever have imagined. We’ve forged some deep partnerships with some amazing clients, moved out of our bedrooms and into the fantastic University Business Centre in Halifax, and been involved in some fantastic projects.

Despite this, we’ve never been that comfortable with labelling ourselves as an ‘e-learning’ or ‘learning technologies’ company. This will always be a key part of what we do (and something we love being involved in), but we’ve increasingly found ourselves supporting our clients on their wider plans for online learning, as well as commercialising their products once they’ve been created.

Our clients have often ear-marked a digital learning product as an opportunity for their business, but struggle to map out the best way forward, how to integrate it into their business and maximise the investment. And that’s where we can help.

To cut to the chase, we’re re-branding from Candle Learning to Candle Digital. We feel this better captures what we do as a business and will help us spread the word about the untapped potential in online learning products!

We’d like to thank everyone who has given us feedback, asked us difficult questions, helped us clarify our thinking, and most of all supported us throughout the last two years. We couldn’t have done it without you!

Welcome to our new home. It already feels like a pair of comfortable slippers!

Andy and Mark.


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