Press-Release

Jeevan Joshi Joins Upside Learning As Director Client Solutions For APAC Region

September 2013
Jeevan Joshi
I am excited to be joining Upside Learning when its products and services have gained a reputation for innovation, value and delivering business results for customers. Upside Learning is well placed to help customers in Asia Pacific, develop talent and skills through eLearning

Jeevan JoshiDirector Client Solutions
Upside Learning

Upside Learning has recently appointed Jeevan Joshi as its Director of Client Solutions for Asia Pacific (APAC) region. Jeevan will manage and promote Upside Learning’s portfolio of eLearning solutions in the APAC region.

An experienced practitioner of technology based learning and human capital systems, Jeevan has over 16 years of work experience in Australia and New Zealand, out of which 14 have been in the Learning domain. His strategic and “hands on” approach in assisting organisation to understand, design, deliver and improve technology enabled solutions has made him a sought after consultant and thought leader in the eLearning space.

Jeevan is the founder of Learning Cafe (www.learningcafe.com.au), a respected and fast growing community for corporate learning and development professionals in Australia. He is a regular speaker on the conference circuit on emerging trends and the smarter execution of learning and collaboration for business results, and speaks at LearnX, AITD and ACEC amongst other conferences.

An MBA (HR) from XLRI, India and a master in Biochemical Engineering and, Jeevan has worked in a variety of roles across various industries and companies including PricewaterHouseCoopers, Ernst & Young, IBM and Deloitte.

Amit Garg, Director and Co‒founder of Upside Learning, who also guides the Custom Learning Solution team, commented, “We are confident that Jeevan, with his extensive experience and expertise in the eLearning domain and his knowledge of the APAC learning industry, will strengthen our leadership team and also expand our business in the APAC region. We are also pleased to extend our support to Learning Cafe and be a part of a community that thinks and works towards improvement of learning in the workplace.”