Who we are

Celemi started with an idea: that in order to make learning stick, people need to create their own knowledge. Since 1985, we have been leaders in gamified learning and development, using our Power of Learning methodology to drive change and transformation in organizations.

The Power of Learning means that we believe in the power of the learner. Our business simulations break down complex topics in a way that allows the learner to create their own understandings and align with the rest of the organization. By doing this, we create learning journeys that stick and help organizations drive success through their people. We are customer-committed, open, trusting, and creative, meaning that our customers and their people are at the heart of everything we do.

Our business simulations have been experienced by over 6 million participants in over 75 different countries worldwide. No matter the size or industry, our methodology drives people and organizations to higher levels of performance.

Celemi around the world

Celemi operates all over the world. With offices on three continents and a great partner network we implement change and add value through engaging learning methods.

One of Celemi’s unique selling points is our global network of certified Celemi specialists. With 140 partners operating in 70+ countries, we can ensure a consistent global rollout, in your local language. Our partner network includes some of the world’s most prestigious business schools, leading management consultants, as well as specialized training companies.

In addition to serving our global clients locally, the Celemi partner network provides us with insight on market trends. We also work closely with partners in product development and concept validation.


Our Mission

We use the Power of Learning and serious fun to move people and organizations to higher levels of performance.

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