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Kineo China Grows E-Learning Team

Kineo China is moving to new offices in Shanghai and Guangzhou to support the growth of its Chinese e-learning operation.

Since its launch earlier this year Kineo China has won contracts with companies such as China Mobile, Huawei, Lenovo, Michelin, Philips, Daimler, Tesco, Wal-Mart, China Telecom and China Construction Bank.

Kineo China provides clients with a full range of e-learning services including tools, custom courseware development, mobile learning, Totara LMS and consulting. Kineo China doubles its production team to over 80 people this year. Kineo’s main offices are in Shanghai, Beijing, Guangzhou and Dalian with further sales offices in Wuhan and Haerbin.

Deland Lin, Kineo China’s CEO, commented: “We are very proud to be chosen by clients such as China Mobile and other global companies to support their e-learning initiatives. Moving to new offices in Shanghai and Guangzhou will help us to accommodate our growing team.”

Steve Rayson, Managing Director of the Kineo Group, commented: “We are seeing strong growth from our clients for global services and support. We have recently opened new offices in Sweden and South Africa to support our growing global client base and we are also aiming to open a further office in Melbourne, Australia, shortly. We are very pleased to be able to offer our clients locally based teams to support their e-learning projects across America; Europe and the Middle east; and Asia Pacific. We have a growing team of over 200 dedicated e-learning professionals designing and delivering innovative e-learning solutions for our clients”.

You can find out more about the Kineo China team here: www.kineo.com/management-team/kineo-china-management-team.html and contact them via email: kineochina@kineo.com.

Kineo China head office contact details (effective from Dec 1st , 2011)

Rm.1502, Xingdi Plaza, No.1698 Yishang Rd.,

Minhang District,

Shanghai,

201103 China

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