Online training: Studi wants to conquer Europe

The company has increased its turnover on the French market sixfold in three years.

For three years, an unprecedented alignment of the planets has put the growth of the French Studi into orbit. Encouraged by the reform of vocational training, facilitated by the new version of the personal training account (CPF), online vocational training has experienced an unprecedented acceleration since the Covid-19 crisis.

Specialized in this niche since its creation in the early 2000s, the French company Studi will achieve a turnover of 120 million euros in 2021, against only 20 million three years ago. “We train more than 70,000 learners who are in a process of reconversion or career development, in 14 different sectors, from CAP to bac + 5”, explains its CEO and founder, Pierre Charvet.

It is preparing to recruit 250 full-time people, in addition to the current 750 employees, to which are added 750 consultant trainers. His company has started this change of dimension since it joined the Galileo group network in 2018.

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