Go1.com offers end-to-end training for staffers across fields, across the world

Melvyn Lubega is the co-founder and Director of Go1.com, an online learning portal for the workplace.

Go1.com is an e-learning platform that provides access to self-developed training content for companies to use in the training of their staff.

Go1.com is a solution which enables businesses to find, book, deliver and track training for all their employees.

Melvyn Lubega, co-founder and Director of GO1.com

We [have become] the first one-stop shop for aggregating corporate education.

Melvyn Lubega, co-founder and Director of GO1.com

Lubega explains that Go1.com is able to support clients in any industry and from any geographical location.

Go1.com collaborates with various training providers to curate leading online and face-to-face training.

We partner with the best in class and bring it together in one platform.

Melvyn Lubega, co-founder and Director of GO1.com

Lubega says his management consultant experience and observations have shown him that many organisations do not invest in their people enough.

It was while Lubega was studying his Master’s in Public Policy and Education, Learning and Technology at Oxford University that he was inspired and met his co-founder Andrew Barnes.

He explains that Go1.com currently operates in six countries, services clients across 23 countries, with 78 employees training over 500 000 people across the world.

Take a listen to his moving entrepreneurial story:


This article first appeared on CapeTalk : Go1.com offers end-to-end training for staffers across fields, across the world


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