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21st Century Cultural Connectivity Platform,, Nominated for the EMMAs 2016 thrilled to be nominated for the reputed FEM EMMAs 2016 under the ‘Most Innovative Use of Technology in Global Mobility’ category.

Our aim has been to offer the best possible technological tools to enable global mobility through the learning of languages and culture around the world.
— Sue Brett, C.E.O. of
CUPERTINO, CA, UNITED STATES, September 19, 2016 / -- Fiona Murchie (2015) stated to "Relocate Magazine" that technology is the most evolving aspect of any and every field in the 21st century. In her article, Fast Forward to 2020- The Future of Global Mobility, Alex Rubin (Director of Mobility Technology Services at PwC US) comments on the shift of technology being viewed as an ‘add-on’ to standard mobility services to it being an imperative part of successfully implementing global mobility. According to Deloitte, technology has the potential to vastly improve global mobility competencies. Millennials, a generation born in the era of fast-paced globalization and continuously changing technology, are predicted to make up 75% of the world’s workforce by 2025 and expect to effectively use the same amount and type of technology at their workplace as they do at home in order to retain the fluidity and flexibility of their skills and knowledge (Information-Age, 2014). has been nominated for the Forum for Expatriate Management’s (FEM) Expatriate Management and Mobility Awards (EMMA) 2016, a prestigious forum recognizing the contribution that businesses have made to develop and improve the global mobility of employees and their families, under the following category: Most Innovative Use of Technology in Global Mobility- Bespoke.

A platform keeping up with the latest technological trends in the provision of effective and efficient language and professional development learning, has provides tools that ease global mobility for individuals and aid their adaptability to the culture of the host country. With online platforms for both web and app, combined with Virtual Instructor-Led Learning, offers learners the opportunity to become globally mobile with minimal effort and maximum knowledge. Moreover, their research into Holographic Technology for the provision of language training with Project Milah (Multi-Language Hologram), a voice-activated interactive interface proficient in over 100 languages, is one of the many examples of their dedication to providing unique and efficient technological tools for learning that work for a global audience.

Sue Brett, CEO of commented, “We are really honored to be nominated for the FEM EMMAs 2016. Our aim has been to offer the best possible technological tools to enable global mobility through the learning of languages and culture around the world. Right from the small yet impactful decisions such as Leadership Boards and Badges as part of our course gamification, to our more adventurous exploration of Holographic Technology, strives to deliver learning that really engages our mobile learners."

“ is grateful to FEM for the award nomination and a massive shout-out to the entire team that made this a possibility. It's a great endorsement of the potential that gets us so excited every day.”

The Expatriate Management and Mobility Awards will take place on the 11th of November, 2016 at the FEM EMEA Summit in London.

Moaz Khan
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