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Docebo’s Multi-Product Learning Suite Helps Enterprises Tackle Any Learning Challenge

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Below is our recent interview with Ronda Morra, Global Director of Public Relations & Communications at Docebo:

Q: Could you provide our readers with a brief introduction to your company?

A: Docebo is an e-learning SaaS company that enables the world’s fastest-scaling and most in-demand companies to implement scalable learning-driven revenue strategies.

For companies to scale their business efficiently and match pace with how rapidly market conditions change, they need a foundational Learning & Development or enablement strategy in place that ramps their workforces quickly, keeps employees focused on personal growth and on-the-job performance, and contributes to overall business growth.

With Docebo, leading organizations create and deliver full online L&D and enablement programs, and measure the effectiveness and performance of their work with a suite of holistic productivity solutions that make it easy to tie learning strategy back to revenue outcomes.

Q: Any highlights on your recent announcement?

A: Docebo’s joining the NFT party by auctioning off three logos from the company’s early days on OpenSea. We’ll be donating 100% of the profits from that auction to three charities that are near and dear to our hearts, and align with our CSR initiative.

That covers technological innovation and L&D, but where does the Italian food reference come in?

Before Docebo was Docebo 🤌, our beta prototype was called “Spaghetti-Learning,” a name that harkens back to when our founder, Claudio Erba, was building the company from his home office in Macherio Italy in 2005. It’s a tongue-in-cheek name given to our then fledgling learning product.

“Andrea Biraghi, an early employee of Docebo and currently Head of Design, created these logos as a humorous tribute to our Italian roots,” says Claudio. “A lot has changed since then; however, our core values remain consistent. By transforming these logos into NFTs and donating the proceeds, we are embracing three of the values we’ve always had: curiosity, innovation, and impact.”

“Spaghetti-Learning” was the early beta version of what would eventually become Docebo Learn and, as of this year, the Docebo Learning Suite. These logos, therefore, represent a unique piece of history in the L&D world that is now available to own.

They’re part of our story and are a token of the nascent dreams and values that brought us to where we are today.

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Q: Can you give us more insights into your offering?

A: The three charities to benefit from the company’s NFT minting of its three original logos include:

  • Lunar Startups, which specializes in economic empowerment, growth, connection, and innovation for Black, Indigenous, people of color (BIPOC), LGBTQ+, women, and non-binary entrepreneurs.
  • Code to Inspire, which empowers young women in Afghanistan to drive economic and social progress. Code to Inspire achieves this by employing local mentors to teach code, help in finding programming jobs, and offer guidance in building digital careers and entrepreneurship.
  • Georgia-Alabama Land Trust Inc., whose mission is protecting land for present and future generations, primarily through private conservation easements. Priorities include the protection of watersheds and wildlife habitats and the preservation of farmland and forests.

“We feel these three charities are the embodiment of Docebo’s own culture of caring and align perfectly with our ongoing corporate and social responsibility initiatives,” said Erba. “We have internal groups including Docebo Green Ambassadors, focused on our planet and environment, Docebo Pride, and Docebo Women’s Alliance, bringing the importance of diversity, equality, and inclusion to the forefront of our efforts as a company. Making an impact outside our company by auctioning off a piece of our history to help these organizations continue their amazing work, is particularly important to us during this season of giving.”

Q: What can we expect from your company in the next 6 months? What are your plans?

A: Innovation is always at the top of our list. We’ve been in the industry longer than most of our competitors and we have grown to address the needs of our customers and their learner experience. We will continue to offer more innovative, personalized, scalable learning for external, internal and blended audiences. Making the learner experience a more engaging part of the customer, partner or employee journey of any company gives learners the ability to go beyond simple content consumption and tracking to enabling organizations to attach specific metrics in order to evaluate and measure the impact learning has on their bottom line.

So for the next six months and beyond, we are planning to continue growing the company responsibly and organically, with a view to ensuring Docebo’s long-term business sustainability. We want to continue to expand globally and offer more products further afield in new markets. Currently, we have five products in the market, most of which are relatively new, and we’re working hard to improve them every day to ensure that every new product provides our customers new and innovative ways to learn.

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Q: What is the best thing about your company that people might not know about?

A: Fun Fact: Our leadership team works from three different offices and two continents!

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