Jellyfish, a marketing performance company for the platform world, has today announced that it has been recognised four times in the prestigious 2023 Google Cloud Training Partner of the Year Awards.
Google Cloud Training Partner Awards
It has been awarded Training Partner of the Year across two key regions, Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) and the North America regions, retaining both these titles for a second year in a row.
These esteemed awards reflect Jellyfish’s exceptional commitment to excellence in providing innovative and impactful training solutions for Google Cloud technologies.
In addition to the company awards, two of their Trainers were also honoured with the Trainer of the Year award. Mark Crump received the award for EMEA, while Guillermo Perasso was recognised for North America.
“Google Cloud’s partner awards recognise the significant impact and customer success that our partners have driven over the past year,” said Kevin Ichhpurani, Corporate Vice President, Global Ecosystem and Channels at Google Cloud.
“We’re delighted to recognise Jellyfish as a 2023 Google Cloud Partner Award winner, and look forward to a continued strong partnership in support of our mutual customers.”
Jamie Hammond, Chief Solutions Officer for Training at Jellyfish, said: “We are thrilled and honoured to receive the Google Cloud Partner of the Year award for our Training business across EMEA and North America”.
“This achievement reflects our talented team’s hard work and passion, who continuously push the boundaries to deliver top-notch training experiences for our clients.
“We’re proud that our collaboration with the Google Cloud team has empowered businesses to embrace the cloud and drive innovation.”
Jellyfish’s success as a Google Cloud Partner can be attributed to its comprehensive training offerings, which cater to various skill levels, from beginners to advanced users.
The company’s trainers are certified experts, delivering hands-on, practical learning experiences that equip professionals with the knowledge and skills to excel in a cloud-first world.