A Story How One Aviation Company Has Grown by Amazing 400%

Starting your own online courses business is exciting and terrifying at the same time.

On one side, it is the only way to get out of your day-to-day office routine, long hours of office work and the boss you cannot stand.

On the other side, you take a huge risk and put everything on the line. You have a family to support, a mortgage to pay.

The thought that you might fail, get in debt up to your ears and beg for your job back terrifies you.

I bet you had not one sleepless night weighing all pros and cons, am I right?

You’ve read dozens of books, hundreds of eLearning industry experts interviews, thousands of blog post on how to be a successful entrepreneur, how to create engaging courses, how to apply effective eLearning techniques…

But all of this is a theory.

You need real-life examples from people like you, who risked, made mistakes, faced challenges and got where they are now.

Then and only then you’ll be sure that a successful LMS-based business on selling online courses or training staff isn’t a fairy tale invented by LMS vendors.

That is exactly why we’ve decided to launch a blog series called “How I’ve successfully launched an LMS-based project” and asked real LMS users to share their stories with you, the real stories from people who risked to launch a successful LMS-based business and came out on top.

Online entrepreneurs and startup owners from different industries and areas of business will share their ups and downs, strategies, mistakes and challenges of going from a bare idea to a Successful LMS-based Online Business.

These people have succeeded and you can take the same steps!


We’ve decided to start our blog series with a story from Aviation and Airline Industry.

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