NETg buys into US market set for expansion

May 2004
IT Training;May2004, p15
Trade Publication
Training company Thomson NETg is targeting the U.S. financial services market through the acquisition of established online training company FinancialCampus. The firm, which is based in Massachusetts, was founded in 1970 and operates in 50 U.S. states. The deal will give NETg a foothold in a lucrative and expanding market. FinancialCampus will become a business unit of NETg.


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