Communicaid Rebrands as Learnlight

Declan Mulkeen

10 Apr 2017

London, 10 April 2017: Following the announcement of Communicaid’s acquisition by Learnlight earlier this month, the company will be rebranded as Learnlight.

The rebranding forms part of Learnlight’s strategy to unite all its corporate brands and present its global clients with a clear brand identity and messaging. Learnlight“This rebranding is a tangible and visible expression of our wish to present our clients across the globe with a clear vision of who we are.”, explains Learnlight COO, Rupert Hillier. “The rebranding of Communicaid to Learnlight forms part of a wider rebranding process we are undertaking as we seek to launch Learnlight in a number of international markets.”

For more information about this acquisition:

Learnlight Press Release, 3 April 2017


Learnlight is an EdTech company that provides language and skills training to learners in more than 150 countries. The company has developed an award-winning learning platform to deliver blended virtual, face-to-face, and digital training programs to employees of regional and global businesses. Clients include blue-chip companies such as Deutsche Telecom, Ericsson, PWC, Coca-Cola, Siemens, Oxford University Press, SEAT, Ricoh, Orange, and Inditex. Learnlight employs 220+ staff and 1000+ trainers worldwide.

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Communicaid is a global culture and communication skills consultancy that assists the world’s leading organisations to mitigate the risks and maximise the opportunities of working in a complex and ever-changing international environment. It provides a complete suite of consultancy services as well as targeted intercultural, global leadership, language and communication skills training.

With training centres in London, Paris, Brussels, Frankfurt and New York, combined with a worldwide network of trainers, consultants and partner organisations, Communicaid is uniquely placed to help you develop the global competence of your organisation and its employees.

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