Easybook Training hits U.S. milestone

By Lindsey Anderson25 February 2020

Easybook Training has a hit a major milestone in the U.S. The safety and training website now has more than 6,000 courses for individuals and businesses to compare and book online. Easybook partners with accredited training companies across the U.S. and offers courses in health and safety, working at height, construction, roadway safety, first aid, crane safety, heavy equipment and more.

The firm, which is owned by Terry Walsby and Lucy Tier, was established in the UK 10 years ago and expanded into the U.S. market in mid-2019 through a joint venture with KHL Group. It has undergone sustained growth with profits rising by 30 percent in 2018, largely due to the increase in the number of courses it offers and its high-level of customer service. Due to market demand and significant growth, Walsby and Tier launched a brand-new website for the American market and established an office in Waukesha, WI.

“We’re absolutely thrilled to finally be expanding into the U.S.,” said Tier, operations director for Easybook. “It’s something we’ve always wanted to do but it had to be at the right time for the company.”

By partnering with training venues in every state, Easybook makes it simple for those looking to book training to find the exact courses needed, when needed, the company said.

Visit www.easybooktraining.com to learn more.

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