CMA Video has partnered with some of the most high profile businesses in Birmingham on a new e-learning business which is due to be launched in 2019. The video based online learning platform is called Toppa e-learning and is the brainchild of Birmingham based entrepreneurs John Loveday and Paul Hood.
Toppa is aiming to be the “Netflix of bitesize learning” and will feature video courses on all manner of business based subjects which subscribers can access whenever and wherever they choose. Our involvement is based around the video content that will be produced and will feature a wide variety of business leaders from different sectors. The project already boasts the founder of Poundland, Steve Smith amongst it’s early investors along with a host of other business leaders from different sectors.
While we are providing the video content for Toppa, there are ways for anyone to get involved in this exciting new venture. In the first instance we are looking for investment through a Seedrs campaign that is aiming to bring in funding for the venture. Investment can start from as little as £10 (Capital at risk, invest aware) and more information can be found on the Toppa website.
Alternatively we are also searching for Toppa e-learning instructors to provide a video course as part of the e-learning content. So far we have had some successful names in business provide us with course content including David Lloyd, founder of David Lloyd Leisure Clubs and Andy Robinson, chief executive of property development company, Colmore Tang. However anyone with business experience and strong content can put together a video course to be used as part of the Toppa e-learning course content. So far contributors have included Naeem Alvi of Notepad Studio and Joe Trodden of Mindset Experts.
The e-learning industry is huge at the moment with people wanting to learn on their terms on the go rather than a traditional classroom based situation. Along with our other partners on the Toppa board we believe that this initiative can really change the way the world learns. Take a look at the video below to see more about the people involved and what Toppa is.