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EdTechX Europe 2018

This year marks the 5th annual EdTechX Europe event in London. Our MD Glenn Gillis will be there to engage with fellow influencers in the EdTech space.

On 19 June 2018 EdTechX Europe will be taking place for it’s 5th annual event. The event focuses on thought leadership with in the EdTech space and brings together innovators and influencers from around the globe. With over 150 speakers and 900 attendees, EdTechX is one of the key events for innovators to attend in 2018.

The top trends for this year include design thinking in education, improving student outcomes and upskilling today’s workforce. These trends will be covered  in the form of panel discussions and keynotes including the topics; using low cost technology to empower learning, how traditional schooling will fit into the future and diversity in education and work.

Our Managing Director, Glenn Gillis, will be representing South Africa at this exciting event in London next month. If you would like to get in contact with Glenn to see him in London please contact us.

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