British jewellery brand, Monica Vinader, has partnered with a micro-learning platform to transform the way the business trains staff across the globe.
Deploying EdApp’s mobile-first training platform, the brand hopes to seamlessly onboard and train its global team.
With EdApp’s mobile-first design and cloud-based authoring tool, Monica Vinader can design sleek lessons to roll out to its workforce around the world almost instantaneously. With the mobile-first approach, employees will be able to complete lessons at a time and place that suits them, which the brand believes is a strength in the new system.
General manager EMEA at Monica Vinader, Anna Shelton-Agar, explains: “EdApp’s mobile-first platform is just what our workforce needs. Having the ability to easily onboard and train our global staff from a sleek and comprehensive design is particularly impressive. As the holiday season approaches, MV was looking to effectively educate new starters, introduce our current retail staff to the MV brand and policies, product features, and pricing. The Ed platform allows us to successfully achieve all of this.”
Chief executive officer of EdApp, Darren Winterford, adds: “EdApp has been implemented successfully throughout retail all over the world. Our data-driven authoring tool and seamless learner experience have made us the preferred tool for leading brands like Monica Vinader.”
Recognised for bridging the gap between fine jewellery and fashion, Monica Vinader is a jewellery brand whose contemporary and unique pieces have attracted a diverse celebrity following. After establishing in 2008, Monica Vinader won Brand of the Year at the UK Jewellery Awards and has since successfully grown into a global brand. The British luxury jewellery brand is also committed to the ethical sourcing of their products and works closely with suppliers to follow strict standards of business behaviour along with their commitment to sustainability.