eCom Scotland appoints new VP Business Development

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Geoff Chapman
Geoff Chapman

Learning technologies provider, eCom Scotland has appointed Geoff Chapman as the new VP Business Development.

Geoff will head up the Business Development and Account Management team, responsible for growing the client base in new and existing sectors, and managing client relationships. He will report to Linda Steedman, eCom’s Chief Executive Officer.

Geoff is an education technology professional with over 15 years’ experience. During this time, he has worked on high-profile international educational technology projects for government bodies, awarding organisations and institutes, and financial services companies. A winner of the prestigious eAssessment Scotland award, Geoff has served as Vice-Chairman of the e-Assessment Association. He is a regular speaker at international e-Assessment events and shares his insights on the industry under the ‘eAssessmentChap’ Twitter account.

Linda Steedman, eCom Scotland’s CEO said “We are delighted to welcome Geoff to eCom.  He brings with him a wealth of knowledge of the learning technologies sector. He will help us to further develop our client partnerships and as well as providing the focus to expand into new markets.”

Commenting on his new role Geoff said “eCom has a great reputation for developing customised solutions for workplace learning.  With their wide range of learning and assessment technologies eCom successfully address many customer learning and development challenges. I’m looking forward to helping eCom’s next stage of growth.”

eCom also announce the appointment of Judy Bloxham as Learning Technologies Consultant. Judy is a renowned and respected learning technology expert with over 10 years’ experience working in the further education and skills sector, including 5 years at JISC. She has worked on the development of learning for a number of sectors including engineering, construction, and automotive. Judy has extensive experience of developing Augmented Reality as a learning tool and an interest in emerging technologies like Virtual Reality.

eCom Scotland is focused on the delivery, tracking and reporting of workforce learning and development, rough innovative technologies. Their products and services address a range of workforce management, development and training challenges, including eLearning, online assessment, blended learning, competency management and badging.

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