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Primer 2.0 by Google
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It’s a range of quick, free online courses in digital marketing and career-focused skills, for everyone from jobseekers to professionals.

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Facebook has been bringing many new features to users this year, and it seems like it's trying to take on many competitors with its new features, like Facebook Dating that resembles Tinder, Facebook's Lasso that resembles TikTok and the new Learn with Facebook that seem to be in competition with LinkedIn.
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The social media platform is launching Learn with Facebook to help people build work-related skills.
Facebook ( FB) wants to help you get a job. The social media giant on Tuesday completed a U.S. launch of Learn with Facebook, a career development platform offering courses to help people learn how to use digital tools, coding for workplace development, and marketing skills.
Over the last year or so, Facebook has slowly been encroaching on LinkedIn's territory as the go-to platform for people who want to leverage their networks of contacts to expand their career prospects with the launch of a way for people to connect with each other in mentoring relationships, a...
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Have you ever wondered "What should I learn today?" We are hoping to build the product that gives you that answer based on your career goal, profile and learning style.

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London-based startup Knowledge Officer has secured £600,000 to develop its personalised online teaching app. The company will use the money, provided by Kuwaiti investor Abdullah AlShaheen and ex VP at Fox Interactive Media, Ian Hurlock , to grow their team and support their recently launched app.
Knowledge Officer , a London, UK-based startup with the mission of organizing the world's knowledge and adding context to content, raised £600k in seed funding. The round was led by Abdullah Al-Shaheen (a Kuwaiti investor and the ambassador of the Tahya Misr Fund) with participation from Ian Hurlock-Jones.
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