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Grovo is the quickest, simplest way for organizations to train their teams. The cloud-based platform features an intuitive, easy-to-use interface to create, deliver and track training, as well as a customizable library of 5,000 highly effective, one-minute video lessons covering 170 Internet tools, digital applications, and professional topics. Grovo provides a science-backed microlearning methodology to teach the critical skills for today’s fast-moving world.

The learning technology company is based in New York City and serves Fortune 500 companies, businesses and universities in 190 countries. Founded in 2010, Grovo has raised venture financing from Accel Partners, Greg Waldorf, Costanoa Venture Capital, SoftTechVC, Lerer Ventures and Red Swan Ventures.

To learn more about Grovo, visit www.grovo.com. To learn more about the digital skills gap bleeding $1.3 trillion from U.S. productivity each year, read the Grovo white paper, “How the Digital Skills Gap is Killing Productivity and What You Can Do About It” here: http://www.grovo.com/mkto/digital-skills-gap

Pricing

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Free Plan
Free
Get access to 3,500+ lessons.
Monthly Plan
$15.95/month
Pay as you learn. Unlimited access to videos. Includes learning tools, 100+ cloud services, and 350+ premium certifications.
Yearly Plan
$8.25/month
Most popular. 30-day money back guarantee. Unlimited access to videos. Includes learning tools, 100+ cloud services, and 350+ premium certifications.
Two Year Plan
$7.50/month
Save more. 30-day money back guarantee. Unlimited access to videos. Includes learning tools, 100+ cloud services, and 350+ premium certifications.
Team Plan
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Curate, assign, report. Training dashboard made for groups. 30-day money back guarantee. Unlimited access to videos. Includes learning tools, 100+ cloud services, and 350+ premium certifications.

Reviews

Ellen Paige

ESL Teacher

Monday, August 27, 2012

I just learned about Grovo from edshelf. The tutorial on Evernote was very helpful. I have been meaning to use Evernote for some time now, but have not had the chance.

These tutorials are helpful for someone like me who does not have the time to experiment and play with multiple apps. The quality of the tutorials was good. I would recommend Grovo and plan on using them again.

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