Bett Show | ExCeL London, 24-27 January 2018 - Media & Association Partners

bett

24 -27 JANUARY 2018
EXCEL LONDON

Worldwide partner

microsoft

Knowledge partner

tes

Media & Association Partners

Become a media partner

Bett is a great opportunity to promote your media outlet to some of the world’s best brands in the education technology industry. If you are interested in becoming a media partner please get in touch with Laura Conboy from the partnerships department.

E: Laura.Conboy@ascential.com

T: +44 (0) 20 3033 2448

Our media partners

 

Session Sponsors

hundrED

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Over the past 100 years the world has changed massively, however education has remained almost the same. As part of the official programme for Finland’s 100th anniversary of independence in 2017, HundrED is taking an in depth study of the next 100 years of K-12 education. We want to know what changes need to made now to ensure that it is relevant, valuable and exciting.

Over the next two years we will interview 100 global thought leaders, create 100 case studies of exciting education happenings worldwide, and trial 100 new innovations in schools in Finland for one year. Our findings will be shared with the world for free.

TES


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Visit our stand at BETT to discover more about our range of solutions to help you in the classroom, including TES Connect, the new news hub, TES Pro, TES Jobs, TES iboard+ and TES SPaG.

Education Technology


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Education Technology (ET) is the UK’s market-leading edtech media portfolio, covering the latest news and innovations in technology for the whole education sector. Read the latest primary, secondary and HE edtech stories, blogs and event previews online at www.edtechnology.co.uk

Teach Primary

Teach Secondary

Education Business


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Education Business magazine is a bi-monthly publication dealing with the business end of State and Private Education requirements. The magazine is a crucial link between those providing education and the private sector companies who wish to do business with them.
 
Regular topics include ICT, Finance/Funding, Facilities Management, Security, Health & Safety, Catering, and Special Educational Needs. Contributors range from government ministers through to top-level educators and association chairs.
 
For further information contact Karen Hopps 
+44 (0)20 8532 5716 | karen.hopps@psigroupltd.co.uk

Education Executive


Education Executive is the first business management magazine written exclusively for school business managers and bursars. We provide a focused magazine for a focused audience, ensuring that we continue our commitment to excellent publishing - guaranteeing bursars and business managers read only that which is of specific relevance to them. This enables our editorial to focus more heavily on the key issues that are of interest to them, and deliver on-remit copy from start to finish.
Education Executive's audience is those dealing with business and financial management in schools. At its inception we ensured that the only people who received the magazine were decision makers, purse string holders, financial executives and business managers.

Education Today


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Education Today is the only business magazine targeting the entire education sector from primary to adult education. It provides up-to-the-minute information on the curriculum, L.M.S and the supplies & services available to the 5-18 market, whilst also helping decision makers plug into the constantly changing elements of technology, equipment, services, teaching methods and aids.
 
Advertisers are able to reach their target markets, including head teachers and heads of departments, efficiently and cost-effectively. The magazine also provides new opportunities for advertisers in previously untested markets, helping them with their product development in a way vertical marketing could never have achieved.

QA Education


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QA Education is the essentials products and services guide for Headteachers, Bursars and Heads of Departments within Schools and Academies.
 
For further information please contact educationforeverybody@live.co.uk

Education for Everybody

E4E
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Education for Everybody is the essential products and services guide for professionals working with children and young people with special needs and disabilities.
 
For further information please contact educationforeverybody@live.co.uk

University Business


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University Business (UB) is the market-leading magazine and digital resource for the UK Higher Education sector. UB brings you the latest news, appointments and expert opinion in HE, reporting on key sector topics, including facilities, research, technology and sustainability. Visit www.universitybusiness.co.uk

ICT for Education


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ICT for Education - www.ictforeducation.co.uk - is an independent brand including a magazine, newsletters, supplements, website and a national conference programme. It is dedicated to tackling the ICT issues faced by primary and secondary schools, and offers guidance on procurement and best use of ICT. ICT for Education publications and events include leading-edge thinking, expert comment, case studies, product news and reviews, a focus on the computing curriculum and discussion on the broader use of ICT in teaching and learning. They also provide many ICT ideas that teachers can implement quickly and to great effect in the classroom. To read the ICT for Education Bett Preview magazine please click here, and to follow our daily news reports from Bett 2015 please click here

nasen


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nasen supports thousands of practitioners, both nationally and internationally by providing relevant knowledge, training and resources required to enable staff to meet all pupils’ needs. Working with dedicated education professionals, nasen aims to ensure that practice for special and additional needs is both effective and current.

nasen is committed to providing an excellent range of professional development opportunities by offering the latest news and information, to support practitioners in identifying and meeting the needs of children and young people.

Our aspiration is to be the leading international SEND/ALN membership organisation for education professionals.

Jisc


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We are the UK higher, further education and skills sectors’ not-for-profit organisation for digital services and solutions. We champion the importance and potential of digital technologies for UK education and research; and do three main things:

We operate shared digital infrastructure and services
We negotiate sector-wide deals with IT vendors and commercial publishers
We provide trusted advice and practical assistance for universities, colleges and learning providers

Edtech
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Featured on iTunes new and noteworthy, and with listeners from 69 countries, The Edtech Podcast is available on iTunes, Libsyn, TuneIn Radio, SoundCloud, PocketCast, Stitcher and many other podcast platforms. The mission of The Edtech Podcast is to improve the dialogue between 'ed' & 'tech' through storytelling, for better learning. @PodcastEdtech | theedtechpodcast@gmail.com. Also via Twitter, Facebook and Instagram and the weekly newsletter.

FASNA

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FASNA is the only ‘not for profit’ national membership network for all schools. Our aim is to promote and secure autonomy for schools and evidence its success. FASNA supports all MAT, SAT and school leaders. We provide our members with information, guidance, training and support and the opportunity to contribute to emerging policy and practice through our representation to Government and DfE.

University Business


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University Business (UB) is the market-leading magazine and digital resource for the UK Higher Education sector. UB brings you the latest news, appointments and expert opinion in HE, reporting on key sector topics, including facilities, research, technology and sustainability. Visit www.universitybusiness.co.uk

Havas Helia

Kidzania


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NASBM (National Association of School Business Management) is focused solely on supporting and developing school business professionals across the UK. We aim to be the recognised professional body for SBM professionals. Membership of NASBM means joining like-minded professionals committed to developing school business leadership and management, including a sector-led approach to professional development. In recent years, the Association has been instrumental in the development of a nationally recognised professional standards framework, contributed extensively to the development of professional qualifications and played an active role in helping shape government education policy.

UK EDChat

Innovate My School

Academy Ambassadors

EdTech Exchange

Worldwrite

Milken-Penn GSE Competition

FutureLearn

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