Last call for the Education Forum

The Education Forum takes place this month at the Whittlebury Hall Hotel in Northamptonshire

The task of procuring educational products and services is a complex one, influenced by practical requirements, technological change and budgets.

2017 has seen state school funding placed under the microscope like never before, while relentless progress in the edtech space and the looming threat of cybersecurity means IT systems are now as vital to the day to day running of an educational institution as books and sports equipment.

The Education Forum takes place this month at the Whittlebury Hall Hotel in Northamptonshire – and it’s designed to make education procurement as stress-free as humanely possible.

It’s all happening on November 20th & 21st, offering a unique opportunity to meet with innovative new suppliers and solution providers, access to seminar sessions hosted by industry thought leaders and plentiful opportunities to network with peers.

Attending means no more time spent Googling companies, no more calling and waiting for call-backs, and no hard sell. You will be matched with education suppliers who suit your requirements and upcoming projects for a series of face-to-face meetings. It’s as simple as that.

The Education Forum is free to attend for qualified procurement professionals, inclusive of all refreshments, a gala dinner and overnight accommodation.

However, there are only a handful of delegate places still available. To secure your VIP place, contact Clare Element on 01992 374 068 or email

Alternatively, if you’re an industry supplier and would like to showcase your solutions at the event, contact Haydn Boxall on 01992 374 084 or email

More bespoke than a conference and more focused than an expo, the Education Forum is the only event you need to attend this year. 

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