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Aspire 2Be wins at the inaugural Wales STEM Awards

Aspire 2Be is “thrilled” to have been crowned a winner at the inaugural Wales STEM Awards on Thursday November 12th in a virtual ceremony hosted by Sian Lloyd. The Swansea based company was among 42 innovative companies to be named finalists in this year’s highly anticipated awards, which celebrated those making a difference to, and championing, Science, Technology, Engineering, and

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Rugby Flyer Looks to Digital Future

Rugby League sensation and the game’s hottest property, Welshman Regan Grace, is looking to his future – and he believes it’s digital Speedster Grace is burning up Rugby League’s premier competition and is already officially clocked as Super League’s fastest man. His 100 first team games has been achieved in record time and he is

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Aspire 2Be appoints former Headteacher to lead new national market opportunities

Award-winning education, sport and business technology company Aspire 2Be is delighted to announce the appointment of former national Headteacher of the Year nominee Derek Peaple as Director of Operations for its new Aspire 2Be London Office from 1 September. Derek’s appointment reflects Swansea-based Aspire 2Be’s rapid growth across all three sectors as the only UK

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Sky’s the limit for Welsh Company

A Welsh company’s efforts to offset the effects of the Covid-19 crisis has been picked up by British broadcast and communication giants Sky TV. Swansea based Learning Technology company Aspire 2Be, launched it’s AspirEd online platform during the peak of the Covid-19 crisis, to help schools and teachers deliver the blended learning needs thrown up

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COVID-19 Statement

In light of the recent COVID-19 pandemic, we would like to reassure our clients and partners that we are doing our very best to ensure that everyone involved in our business is looked after and protected. We will be following guidelines and advice set out by W.H.O and Public Health Wales, ensuring that any changes

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Go Construct Educate Programmes Launches In Ebbw Vale

Welsh Government Minister Kirsty Williams visited Willowtown Primary school in Ebbw Vale to launch the Go Construct Educate resources, which introduces the construction industry to the school curriculum in a bid to get more youngsters to consider a future career in construction. https://vimeo.com/389023306 The Go Construct Educate Programme is a Construction Industry Training Board (CITB)

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InspireU – Exciting Launch

International award winning Learning Technology Specialists Aspire 2Be have today announced the launch of their partly owned affiliate, Inspire 2BU Ltd t/a InspireU. Based in Swansea and specialising in the provision of ‘Rights Based’ training and policy formation for Education, InspireU craft and deliver programmes of education, activity and positive intervention, based on the principles

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Apple Institute Launch

Aspire 2Be Launches Apple Learning Institute in Port Talbot Global tech giants Apple, in collaboration with Wales’ leading learning technology specialists Aspire 2be, brought the UK launch of its new and innovative digital learning experience, the Apple Learning Institute, to Margam Park’s Orangery venue in Port Talbot last Tuesday. A select group of highly skilled

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London Calling for Welsh Learning Tech Company

London has fallen to the ambitions of leading Swansea based Learning Technology company Aspire 2Be with the announcement today of the launch of its wholly owned subsidiary Aspire 2Be London Ltd. With offices located in the shadow of the historic St. Paul’s Cathedral, the new venture is set to capitalise on an expanding strategic partnership

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Project Indicate

The Aspire 2Be funded Project Indicate came to be after A2B Director, Simon Pridham saw a story on Sky News about a local shopkeeper who was teaching local children basic numeracy and literacy under a bridge in India.The Aspire 2Be funded Project Indicate came to be after A2B Director, Simon Pridham saw a story on

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