Bett Show 2015, which runs from January 21 to 24 in London, the UK, will feature the latest educational tools and technologies designed to enhance learning.
Bett Show 2015, the world's leading event for learning technology, will be held at the ExCel London international convention centre in London from January 21 to 24. Bett will once again provide a platform for the education technology community to present the most innovative new learning tools and technologies developed to enhance the classroom experience.
The 2015 event will welcome around 35,000 educators and learning professionals from more than 100 countries around the world, who will have an opportunity to see the latest solutions designed to improve the way students learn and to keep educators ahead of the game. Bett visitors' interests span the whole education spectrum, from the early years and primary school to secondary and higher education.
With more than 30 years of experience of offering unrivalled seminar and exhibition content, the Bett Show offers visitors a chance to experience cutting edge technology and see how it can revolutionise learning. Bett 2015 will feature a variety of summits, workshops, seminars, interactive panel discussions, live case studies and networking events to keep the education community connected and informed. Each of the events will be led by experts and provide visitors with the tools and support they need to engage their students.
The Bett Show will host two summits – the School Leaders Summit and Technology in Higher Education Summit – and a number of seminars, including the Bett Arena, which will welcome a number of prominent speakers, including Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales, Rt Hon Nicky Morgan, Secretary of State for Education, Anthony Salcito, VP, Worldwide Education, Microsoft Corp., John D. Couch, VP of Education, Apple, and Sir Bob Geldof, musician, businessman and political activist.
The featured exhibitors at the Bett Show will include 5-a-day Fitness, Edu-Consulting, Claro Software, CLEAPSS, Engage Media Solutions, Eye2eye Software, Flurrish, Focus Educational Software, Grok Learning, GET Global Education & Technology, OptiMusic, and many others.
This year, Bett will introduce Futures, a new platform to support innovative start-ups in the education technology sector. The project aims to showcase promising new businesses that have the potential to make an impact on education. 30 new businesses selected by a panel of educators will benefit from Bett's marketing resources, business support and events. Bett Futures is run in association with the Education Foundation, a leading UK-based education think-tank.
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