Dublin (Ireland) | For e-learning course creators, the corona pandemic sometimes brings positive news. According to the Irish analyst Research and Markets, the market for e-learning courses is expected to grow at an average annual rate of 13% between 2020 and 2024, which, according to the analyst, will result in a total market growth of 61 billion US dollars. The growth drivers are mobile learning apps and microlearning, which should continue to gain acceptance among learners. In the course of the analysis, 25 providers were also looked at in more detail with regard to the global market situation.
The special about the analysis “E-learning Courses Market by End-user and Geography – Forecast and Analysis 2020-2024”, however, is clearly that the effects of the pandemic, as far as already known or foreseeable, have already been included in the forecast calculations. Nevertheless, it is likely to be particularly difficult at this stage to provide a reliable analysis of the medium to longer-term market situation. In this context, it can be an advantage that Research and Markets usually takes a defensive view of the growth dynamics of individual markets, which leads to lower growth figures than the analysis of other market researchers.
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