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In 1997 KnowledgePoint founders, Paul Gibbons and André Philpot, recognised that training companies – and companies that train – are different to other customers and need their own specialist support. So, they set up a business dedicated to printing training materials.
Twenty years ago, KnowledgePoint was the first and fastest growing supplier dedicated to supplying on-demand print for the learning market. Today we supply many of the most innovative companies in the world with a fully integrated supply chain of services, and we are still brilliant at printing and delivering training manuals.
Our success is a result of having the right people. Retaining and recruiting team members that are collaborative, meticulous and have a natural positivity about them is a priority for our leadership. We recognise people for their creativity, problem solving and going beyond what’s expected of them.
Operational excellence in our existing services is at the core of what we do day to day. We are proactive about challenges by identifying and resolving them before they ever have an impact on our customers. Speak to anyone at KnowledgePoint and they will go out of their way to make certain you have a great experience.
There is no substitute for experience and sharing our expertise with our customers is where we add the most value. It starts with first class listening, to understand the complexity our customers are tackling. We evolve ahead of the market as a result, so that when our customers are ready to change they’re in sure hands.
Working at KnowledgePoint is a responsibility, to all the people that are trying to inspire and educate through sharing knowledge. We bring that learning to life for hundreds of thousands every month.View careers
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