MB Consult, a local boutique education and training consultancy firm, has announced its rebrand to Edu Alliance in response to accelerated company growth and expansion of its corporate vision.
The relaunch of MB Consult’s corporate identity includes a change of name, an updated visual identity, a revamped website and new innovative solutions for industry and businesses.
This change signifies the organisation’s growing ambition to be the leading local trusted education and training management service provider for emerging and existing education institutions, training centres, organisations and entrepreneurs for quality learning to happen.
“This rebranding exercise represents a significant step in the company’s evolution. We are defining who we are, driving change, and shaping the future of our current and coming services. The new name and new visual identity reflect our change mindset, innovative corporate culture and our focus on quality excellence and recognition of the bigger picture”, asserted Martin Borg, CEO, Edu Alliance.
Founded by MB Consult CEO Martin Borg, Edu Alliance has grown to become a fully-fledged company and a market leader for education and training management consultancy services in Malta.
The firm supports new and existing providers, businesses, and individuals in the education market with end-to-end solutions, including branch set ups, provider and programme accreditation, quality management, curriculum development, mock audits, educational research, internationalisation and the formulation of sites of learning at the place of work, among others.
To date, MB Consult has served more than 40 local and international clients. The company is also known for its strategic partnerships with education and industry leaders such as Mdina International Ltd.
“Our distinctive capability is that of co-creating solutions for quality learning to happen in structured and unstructured settings. Edu Alliance will strive to achieve excellence through a renewed impetus that links the world of work with education and training”, concluded Martin Borg.