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A Brief History of Executive Boardroom


Executive Boardroom was created and launched in the UK in December 2012 as a business education and training brand by founder Money Brands International Limited, in response to the variable quality of Business Education Courses available at that time.

2013 Executive Boardroom is launched as a trading style for trading company subsidiary, UAB Froggo in the Republic of Lithuania, with local language translations of a test basket of four Education Courses, with a Membership Site educational model.

2015 Executive Boardroom is tested in the USA with Licensees selling a wider basket of six training products and a prototype v1.0 Learning Management System.

2016 The technical expertise of the Developers continued to grow in 2016, as did the reputation of the construction quality. Executive Boardroom expanded through more concept testing into Quiz funnels, hyper personalisation, early gamification and dynamic feedback reports. V2.0 and then v3.0 Learning Management System deployed and sold to selected prototype client testers. This was a critical development year for collating evidence of engagement in the model.

2017 Executive Boardroom v4.0 is launched as a full proof of concept test with full gamification, api interfaces, CRM integrations, as a full combination of all prior concepts under the brand; Platform, Courses, Facilitation, Consultancy, and Asset creation.

2018 TGE team assembled. The preparation until 2018 had been for an aspirational IPO, and a planned traditional fundraise to build out the platform for Executive Boardroom. Ironically, it was at a Mastermind, where a collaboration with others who understood the model, but who also understood cryptocurrencies, token economies, and blockchain development, demonstrated a wider, faster, and global application of the community model. The collaboration showed a limitless value for the token through it’s utility through the three global problems tackled, a solution to the broken markets of business education and training, competency and identity verification,  and trusted trading between community peers.