BETT Global 2022
Welcome to the Department for International Trade at BETT Global 2022
We’re excited to be back at the show and this site, together with our online brochure (available soon), will offer a flavour of what we are offering to walk-in delegates from the UK and overseas, and UK exhibitors, whether you’re on our pavilion, or have a presence elsewhere at BETT.
Our aim, as in previous years, is to add a suite of complementary activities to the wider expo, staged over three days, from Wednesday 19th to Friday 21st January. And we will be there to greet you at the stand number SL21 located in the South Hall, as you enter visitor entrance S4.
Most industry experts believe that the COVID pandemic has rapidly increased digital adoption across the sector and positioned providers for significant growth, and EdTech has moved from a `nice to have’ to a `must have’. Schools, districts, local and national governments find themselves having quickly to bring themselves up-to-speed on EdTech policies and preparedness. Those of you who are overseas stakeholders with an interest in partnering with or investing in the UK’s world-beating education sector, will find here, and on our pavilion, examples of the UK’s innovative, inclusive, and flexible solutions that will make an impact in teaching, learning, assessment and business and industry.
Our comprehensive online brochure will be available soon and will offer fuller detail on our presence, but a summary is as follows:
- The opportunity for pre-booked or on-the-day 1-2-1s with a selection of our overseas-based colleagues, either in-person or remotely on our stand. Click here to register your interest.
- Overseas guests can book meetings with the selection of cutting-edge UK EdTech providers on our stand. Click here to register your interest.
- We’re also offering a selection of UK providers the opportunity to take up a pod on our stand, where you will be centre stage in a high profile, impactful zone, that was one of the most visited pavilions at the 2020 expo. Click here to register your interest.
Elsewhere on the site is a `Useful Resources’ page, which includes, among other things, a link to our Education page, which lists a selection of upcoming international engagements that we’re leading on.
I urge you to explore the content and activities listed here, and register your interest now!
Head of International Education
Department for International Trade