- Intellego subsidiary PIXELearning has won a $200,000 public sector funding grant to develop new training modules, which will be owned by Intellego.

The modules will incorporate serious games methodology and will be aligned to general management 'soft' skills, such as 'managing conflict', 'feedback and meeting people's needs', 'team building', 'diversity', 'coaching', 'talent management' and engagement'.

The grant is typically based on the completion of a small number of milestones, the first of which has been achieved.

Intellego also announced that it has opened representative office in Singapore.

Intellego said Coventry University's Serious Games Institute had recently opened an office in Singapore and Pixel's strong professional relationship with the SGI had allowed the company to establish a representative office within SGI's premises.

Intellego said a presence in Singapore creates an excellent opportunity for Pixel to better identify and service opportunities in the fast growing economies of south-east Asia.

At 8:43am: [LON:IHP] Intellego Holdings share price was +0.02p at 0.2p

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