Galway, Ireland - April, 19th 2018: Alison has partnered with G2A.com, enabling global users of G2A.COM to access Alison’s online courses through G2A Marketplace. G2A Marketplace has over 17 million customers who now have access to 1000+ Alison courses covering a wide range of topics including IT, Business, Health and Language Skills. This is the first-of-its-kind partnership for both Alison and G2A Marketplace.
G2A.COM is a financial technology company and global transaction ecosystem which houses the world’s fastest growing digital gaming marketplace for game key codes and other digital products. With the aim to expand access to online free learning, Alison is introducing its courses to the millions of G2A Marketplace customers that shop on the platform on a daily basis. G2A.COM users now have easy access to Alison’s Digital Certifications for the courses completed. Alison will be adding the Physical and Framed Certification options soon on the Marketplace.
Commenting on the partnership with G2A.COM, Alison’s Head of Operations, Gerard Madden, said, “Partnering with G2A.COM has brought our products to a whole new audience. G2A.COM allows users from around the world to easily purchase vouchers for our course certificates thanks to G2A PAY, a payment gateway with over 200 global and local payment methods. We want to show the world how easy it is to gain valuable skills right from your home, and this is definitely a step in the right direction.”
Dorota Wrobel, General Manager of G2A Marketplace, explains “Alison has been a great company to partner with while adding a new category to our marketplace. Merging their digital courses with our marketplace has been seamless. Alison courses expand our value proposition for our users and give them access to even more great digital items all in one place.”
Alison has a wide variety of free courses available across 9 different subject categories. The site launched a brand new personalised platform for its learners in April 2017. Alison recently celebrated 12 million learners and 2 million graduates globally.
You can view the new E-learning category here.