Vuzion’s Ian Hill writes …
As Channel Education Business Manager at Vuzion, I’m looking forward to attending the education industry show, BETT, next week.
Held at the ExCeL, Royal Victoria Dock, London, 24-27 January, BETT (originally the British Educational Training and Technology Show) is designed as a forum to enable the education community to discuss ideas, practices and technology – with the aim of helping to “shape the future of education”.
There will be 850 technology companies attending, but the programme covers far more than just an IT focus. I will be attending on Wednesday 24th and Thursday 25th – and am particularly interested in attending the talk on GDPR as well as visiting the exhibitor stalls.
With Vuzion an authorised Microsoft Education Indirect Provider for the UK, we’re delighted to see that Microsoft is supporting BETT as a worldwide partner, describing BETT as “an annual event that explores how technology can empower educators and students to reach their full potential,” and that, “Microsoft will be hosting a wide array of hands-on experiences on the show floor, along with talks to support educators looking for new ways to unlock limitless learning.”
As a Microsoft Education Indirect Provider, our aim is to support Microsoft Indirect Resellers focusing on the education sector – and you can find information about skills and experience in this area, along with details on how to become a Microsoft Education Indirect Reseller in the CSP programme on the Vuzion website.
If you’re going to BETT, it would be great to meet up – give me a call on
07393 460358 or email email@example.com and we can arrange a time and place. Please also give me a call if you’re not able to attend BETT, but would like to talk through the benefits of the Microsoft CSP Program for Microsoft education partners.