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Logo Bett 2017, 25-28 January 2017, Excel London

Exhibit at Bett 2016

Bett Futures 2016

Bett Futures

Communications Partner:

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Futures was launched in 2015 as the new, purpose built home for the world's most inspiring ed-tech start-ups, right in with the action on the BETT show floor. The area has been introduced to celebrate brave thinking, new products and education 'game changers'. Find out more about Futures here.

Key themes for 2016:

  • Inspiring the entrepreneurs of tomorrow
  • From STEM to STEAM
  • The rise of the ‘teacherpreneur’
  • Edtech for social change
  • Coding for all

 

Key speakers for 2016 include:

Mark Martin
Mark Martin
(@urban_teacher)

2ic Enterprise and
Technology Department,
St Marks Church of England Academy

Mark Anderson
Mark Anderson
(@ICTEvangelist)

Speaker, Author, Education Consultant & Trainer

Mark Martin
Sophie Healy-Thow
Named one of Time magazines most influential teens of 2015,
Google Science Fair 2014 winner, TEDx speaker

See the agenda here!

In association with:        Communications partner:
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Sponsored by:       Powered by:
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Supported by:

1 2 3 4 Edoki
Peppy Pals DAUK Big Clever Learning    

Interested in Bett Futures 2017? Contact:

Laura Conboy 
Business Development Executive 
i2i Events Group 
T: +442030332448 
E: laura.conboy@i2ieventsgroup.com 
W: www.i2ieventsgroup.com

Bett Futures start-up stories

Meet our THRIVE start-ups, Futures graduates now exhibiting elsewhere on the show floor:

Educater nosco    

Educater
@educateruk

Nosco e-learning
@nosco_elearning

   
       
       

The 2016 Judging panel

Our panel of edtech experts consists of teachers, entrepreneurs and industry experts. During the judging process they were looking for the most innovative and relevant ideas that truly meet the challenges facing today’s educational institutions. Selection was determined by, but not restricted to, the following criteria:

  • Relevance of idea in today’s classroom
  • Variety of ideas represented
  • Years in existence
  • Market status (discovery, scale etc.)
  • Turnover
  • Number of staff

Meet the 2016 Judging Panel

Matt

Matt Britland

Director of ICT, The Lady Eleanor Holles School

Angela

Angela McFarlane

Chief Executive and Registrar at The College of Teachers UK

sam

Sam Chaudhary

Founder, Class Dojo

ian

Ian Fordham

Co-Founder, The Education Foundation

Caroline

Caroline Wright

Director, BESA

Ty

Ty Goddard

Co-Founder, The Education Foundation

mark

Mark Anderson 

Director of e-learning and Assistant Head Teacher, Sir Bernard Lovell School

Renaud

Renaud Visage

Co-Founder and CTO, Eventbrite

Kate

Kate Broadribb 

Senior Leader of Learning, Wildern High School

rachel

Rachel Jones

e-Learning coordinator, King Edward School

james

James Sutherland

Director, The Publishing Foundry

Rebecca

Rebecca Jones

Online Editor, Business Matters Magazine

Stephen

Professor Stephen Heppell

Chair, Educational Technology Action Group

Ashraf

Ashraf Merchant

Head of Business Development for Education, Fujitsu

Michael

Michael Staton

Partner, Learn Capital

 

Stephen

Stephen Parkes

CEO, Go Enrol

Summer Turner

Summer  Turner

Head of Faculty, East London Science School

Ross Morrison

Ross Morrison

Deputy headteacher, Teachertoolkit

Richard

Richard Dennys

leads the Digital Business Academy, TechCity UK

 

 

Speakers
  • 1-Microsoft
  • 3-The Global Goals
  • BESA
  • Edtech UK
  • Education Business
  • Education Executive
  • Education for Everybody
  • Education SA
  • Education Technology
  • Education Today
  • hundred
  • ICT Education
  • Intel Education
  • Jisc
  • Media Planet
  • Nasen
  • PSE
  • Teach Primary
  • Teach Secondary
  • TES
  • The Education Foundation
  • University Business