The VR/AR Association publishes the Training Industry Sector Report including over 100 companies specializing in Virtual Reality / Augmented Reality

You can also come see some of these companies at our VRARA Enterprise Summit at LiveWorx in Boston on June 10th. More info and tickets here

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Thanks to the folks at the VR/AR Association for moving the industry needle and serving as the connecting file for companies across the ecosystem.

There is a head scratching data point that I have been referencing lately: corporations collectively spend $350 billion on training each year. To put that in perspective, corporations spend more annually on training than the Gross Domestic Product of 83% of the countries in the world. And what are the results? Before we get there, think about the last time you experienced company training. Was it effective? Were you engaged? Did you remember anything? Answers are probably overwhelmingly no. And you aren’t alone. Most executives think that their company learning and development is ineffective and many employees do not think they are effectively trained to do their job and/or find their training useless. Read the full Foreword by Jay Fraser, Global Head of VR for Training at HP here.

The report features over 35 companies, for example:

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In addition to featuring over 35 companies in detail, the report lists over 100+ companies who registered with our Directory. The infographic below is a sample of all the companies: