• Buyers and suppliers to converge at the Education Forum

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    The education facilities & IT procurement event of the year will take place on November 12th & 13th 2018.

    The Education Forum is a highly focused event that brings education facilities & IT procurement professionals together for one-to-one business meetings, interactive seminars and valuable networking opportunities.

    Throughout two working days delegates will meet with credible solution providers who will be able to talk through requirements, concerns and obstacles, offering the best advice as well cost saving solutions.

    Attendees will also learn about the latest education facilities and IT trends in educational seminar sessions led by some of the industry’s leading lights. Here’s what delegates thought of the 2017 event:

    “Worth every minute and great for any educational establishment wanting to expand their horizons.”
    West Heath School

    “Great event, well organised and led to some surprising and interesting alternatives I would not have normally considered.”
    Queensbury Academy

    “Friendly, good people, great chance to pick up new ideas and contacts.”
    West Park School

    “Great opportunity to meet new suppliers in a comfortable and non-pressured environment.”
    Banbury Academy

    “Excellent event. Focussed meetings with suppliers is a more productive use of my time.”
    The City of Liverpool College

    Jannie Lane, Event Manager at Forum Events, said: “As an education procurement professional we know your time is precious, valuable and limited. You tell us who you want to meet. We handle all the details.

    “The Education Forum is also a tremendous opportunity to learn new skills and network with peers – we look forward to welcoming everyone on the day.”

    To secure a complimentary delegate place, call Liam Cloona on 01992 374089 or email l.cloona@forumevents.co.uk.

    To attend as a supplier, call Jennie Lane on 01992 374098 or email j.lane@forumevents.co.uk.

    For more information, visit www.education-forum.co.uk.


    Stuart O'Brien

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