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Elearning giant Epic bought by private investor


Elearning giant Epic has been bought by a private investor.
Huveaux plc has signed the deal to sell Brighton based Epic to Andrew Brode for an undisclosed sum.

Commenting on the acquisition Brode said: "I have watched with interest as the elearning industry has developed over the last decade and believe that it has now reached the stage of maturity that makes it appropriate to invest.

Brode has been involved with a number of training businesses - as chairman of Financial Training and Key Training in the 1980’s.

In the 1990’s he was chairman of the City of London Business Link and on the board of Focus Central London.

A chartered accountant by profession, Andrew has developed and managed major companies including Croner, Wolters Kluwer (UK) and IRS Eclipse. He is also the executive chairman and the major shareholder in RWS Holdings plc, which provides intellectual property support.


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