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Craig Weiss

Craig Weiss is the CEO and lead analyst for The Craig Weiss Group, which provides consulting services to buyers and vendors in the industry.  

For the second year in a row, Craig has been identified as the most influential person in the world for e-Learning. Craig writes the
E-Learning 24/7 blog, which is read weekly in 174 countries, territories and colonial territories. 

Since he launched the blog in late 2009, his forecasts and projections on e-learning has been over 90% accurate. In 2015, he established the first think tank dedicated to corporate e-learning. The think tank is located in London, UK. 

Additionally, Craig has written for numerous publications and speaks regularly at conferences, events, and companies around the world.

Later this year (2016), he will be publishing his first book on everything you need to know about learning management systems.  This step by step guide is ideal for anyone from individuals brand new to the industry, to experienced e-learning veterans.  

 

 

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