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Last Updated: 2011-12-15
The Knowledge Transfer Company
|Legal Name: The Knowledge Transfer Company|
|Operating Name: The Knowledge Transfer Company|
2003-50 Prince Arthur Ave
2003-50 Prince Arthur Ave
|Telephone: (416) 929-7193|
|Website URL: http://www.theknowledgetransfercompany.ca|
|Telephone: (416) 929-7193|
The Knowledge Transfer Company is a knowledge media consulting and design company that constructs concepts, strategies and content for performance improvement.
|Country of Ownership:||Canada|
|Primary Industry (NAICS):||541611 - Administrative Management and General Management Consulting Services|
|Alternate Industries (NAICS):||
541430 - Graphic Design Services
541990 - All Other Professional, Scientific and Technical Services
|Primary Business Activity:||Services|
Product / Service / Licensing
Knowledge Management and eLearning Design
Knowledge Media Design Services
Business intelligence for educational service providers including higher education;
ELearning design and development;
Collaborative, webs and portal solutions;
LMS readiness, procurement and integration;
Industry sector market interests:
- Consumer Products
- Information Technology and Telecommunications
- Service Industry
Unique applications:5 Segments of Knowledge Transfer Organization Review
Key / Major clients:Enbridge Gas Distribution, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto; Borden Ladner Gervais LLP; Loblaw Co. Ltd.;
Success stories:University of British Columbia
In 2001, the The Knowledge Transfer Company represented the University of British Columbia’s Continuing Education department and traveled extensively in North America developing and negotiating curriculum licensing agreements for on-line certificate programs with educational institutions and corporations. Relationships were created abroad through the Internet and specific marketing strategies and business models were developed addressing localized cultures and technology differences. Agreements were sealed from United States, Canada, Greenland, United Arab Emirates and China.
Viviance new education
In 2000, Kelly Juhasz joined one of the industry founding e-learning companies as the Vice President of Canada for Viviance new education, Inc. - a global leader in custom design and delivery of dynamic web-based education and training solutions. Kelly held responsibilities for opening Canada as a market and creating the corporate expansion plan. She consulted to clients in Canada and Europe on e-Learning strategies and concepts. She spearheaded revenue generation coast-to-coast and developed niche vertical marketing strategies geared toward developing a new profitable market. Kelly was keenly involved with strategic direction for North American activities, product testing and the development of new services and business models as a member of the executive management team for the North American operation. Viviance clients included the Canadian Securities Institute, Dell, Linuxcare, Motorola, Stamps.com, TrainingScape, UPS, Volkswagen and Wells Fargo.
In 2003, the Knowledge Transfer Company worked with TVOntario and the Independent Learning Centre’s Lifelong Learning Challenge Fund to create the marketing and business strategies for the Fund. The Fund, established in 2000 by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities, is to provide Ontarians with a flexible source of training that can be used at home, at work and in the community. Eight online courses have been developed in partnership with eight colleges/universities and eight private sector companies focusing on skill shortages within the province of Ontario. This project includes new audience and market development, licensing and business models for online courseware, institutional marketing of online courses, and private/public partnerships.
Testimonial:"Kelly and her crew are consummate professionals. They are creative, focused and sweat the details. They are a delight to work with and produce terrific products.”
Partner and Managing Director Professional Excellence
Borden Lander Gravis LLP
"The Knowledge Transfer Company brought their innovative thinking to the table and helped us develop solutions to meet our business goals. Work quality was high and consistent, and the team worked with us collaboratively to ensure that our expectations were being met or exceeded. I recommend this team to anyone who is looking for fresh, creative approaches and demands superior customer satisfaction.”
Former Director, Learning Design & Development
"The Knowledge Transfer Company worked with the ILC at TV Ontario to launch over 1000 hours of on-line courses. This $10 million multi-partner project involved eight post-secondary institutions and many private sector partners, and as a result was extremely complex. Juhasz took on the complex task of orchestrating the launch event involving the Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities, followed by an extensive marketing campaign and awareness building of the courses - all of which was flawlessly executed.”
Managing Director, Independent Learning Centre
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Date Modified: 2013-05-24