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1000 Thanks! @Bloomfire

10 Dec 2010

We recently signed up for Bloomfire with a desire to see how we might use it to build a learning community.  Our thinking was to be more interactive with clients and maintain a dialogue where not only can we talk to them but they can also talk to each other; it’s all about sharing, building insights and learning new ways to do business better.

Little did we know that the mere act of signing up had kick started a party in Kalamazoo, Michigan in the United States.  Unknowingly we had become the 1000th Bloomfire.  A short exchange of e-mails later and Josh Little the CEO granted us a years use of the application – much better than his other idea (a toaster – although we could have made use of that too!)

Bloomfire is a great service, it has a passion about it that we love, read their manifesto and you will see exactly what I mean. They think it is about time that traditional models of learning were disrupted, we agree!  What’s more, we love disruptive technology, it has the power to change the status quo and bring real improvements in how things get done. See my post on how Oracle technology can save millions by making use of law to build fantastic systems HERE for another great example.

So, good luck Bloomfire! It is great to share in your milestone achievement, we look forward to seeing just how you grow over the next year and what more you have in store for us.

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. 10 Dec 2010 3:02 pm

    You bet—thanks for the shout-out!

  2. 10 Dec 2010 7:21 pm

    We’ll be with you 100% of the way. Thanks for the nod about passion. It’s the reason we breathe.

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