Sumo Group is delighted to bring home the award for Digital Learning at the 2022 Learning Excellence Awards in recognition of its learning and development platform, Dojo.
The win recognises the Group’s commitment to learning, collaboration and personal development for all its businesses around the world through its internal platform, Dojo.
Sumo Group introduced Dojo in May 2020 and is pleased that over 1,100 of its people are active users on the platform. Dojo connects people from all areas of the Group and allows them to skill-share across teams and development disciplines, meet like-minded colleagues and share resources and content.
Jenny Muhlwa, Head of Learning & Development at Sumo Group, said: “I’m delighted that Sumo Group has been recognised at the Learning Excellence awards. We're passionate about ensuring our people can keep learning and developing in new and innovative ways, from each other and from external sources, no matter where they are in the world. Dojo has helped empower all of our teams to do exactly that, as well as meet new people and share common interests.”
Carl Cavers, CEO at Sumo Group, said: “Sumo Group has always been about supporting our people and creating opportunities for them to progress and learn throughout their career. Dojo has given us the ability to do this on a global scale which is accessible to all. Congratulations to the Learning and Development team for their ongoing work ensuring Dojo is an engaging, collaborative and knowledge sharing space for everyone.”
Sumo Group has received several awards in the past 18 months in recognition of its commitment to learning and development and its people-first approach. Awards include wins at the Learning & Excellence 2022 Awards, #12 in the ‘Best Companies Q1 UK’s 100 Best Large Companies To Work For’ list for 2022, TIGA STAR Awards for Sumo Digital and Atomhawk, Develop:Star awards for Best Studio for Sumo Digital and listings in GI.biz Best Places to work for Lab42 and Red Kite Games.