• The Education Forum – 2 days, 7 reasons to attend!

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    The Education Forum

    The Education Forum (now incorporating the successful Education IT Forum) is a highly targeted event, designed specifically for the education sector.

    It takes place on November 20th & 21st at Whittlebury Hall, Northampton and as one of just 60 of our VIP guests, your free place at the Forum will include:

    • A full pre-arranged itinerary of meetings with suppliers
    • Complimentary seminars from some of the industry’s most dynamic minds
    • Refreshments, networking business lunch, evening gala dinner with entertainment
    • Overnight accommodation

    Last year’s Forum saw many new business relationships struck, giving our delegates a headstart in 2017 – and allowing them to cut those all-important budgets.

    But don’t just take our word for it, here’s what our delegates had to say about the event…

    “I would recommend all IT Managers and Facilities Bursars attend this event. It gears itself to your needs and there is no hard sell. It presents amazing opportunities to meet suppliers”

    Sherborne Girls

     “Exceptionally well organised, huge range of suppliers and products. Great venue”

    Shrewsbury Academy

     “Great event, lots of opportunities to meet suppliers and colleagues from different institutions. Better than a traditional conference”

    Birmingham City University

     “I attend BETT annually and this event is a much better way to engage with vendors”

    St Giles International

    “Great event, surprised how useful the contacts gained have been”

    Wellington College

    “Great event, good detailed knowledge provided”

    Goldwyn School

    “Good format to meet appropriate suppliers”

    Warwickshire College

     To book your free place at this year’s Education Forum, click here or contact Clare Element via c.element@forumevents.co.uk or call 01992 374068.


    Stuart O'Brien

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