The Education Forum is back for 2017, organised specifically for senior professionals who are directly responsible for the purchasing of education technology for their institution.
Taking place on November 20th & 21st at the Whittlebury Hall Hotel, the format is a little different from last year – it’s no longer a purely facilities based event, reflecting that buyers are often looking to purchase across a range of areas.
And this change of emphasis is reflected in the seminar programme too, which will gather thought leaders from across the education sector to offer insight into 2017’s key technological trends.
Confirmed sessions across the two days include a detailed look at mobile and cloud computing as well as developments in e-safety, campus security and more.
For the uninitiated, the Education Forum is a unique, tailor-made event for education buyers across multiple segments, encompassing IT, ICT, facilities and other services/solutions.
Delegates are given a carefully planned itinerary that ensures their time spent at the event is worthwhile – they meet, share and connect with suppliers relevant to their current and forthcoming needs in matchmade meetings.
And in addition to the learning opportunities available via the seminar programme, there’s also an evening gala dinner, during which the key themes from the day can be debated and new partnerships sealed.
In short, if you’re a headteacher, head of ICT, head of digital learning, head of curriculum, head of IT or a bursar within primary, secondary, independent, higher or university education, then the companies, contacts and technology you need to take your school to the next level can be found at the Education Forum.
It’s a rare opportunity to cover all your supplier needs at once, ensuring maximum return on your valuable time.
And what’s more, attendance is entirely FREE.
Alternatively, if you’re an education IT and ICT supplier and would like to present your solutions as part of the Education Forum, contact Haydn Boxall on 01992 374 084 / email@example.com.