It wasn’t just some of the world’s most influential speakers at this year’s conference, some of the world’s biggest companies were also in attendance. Google, Lenovo and Intel were just some of the larger companies that had stands at this year’s BETT, but many smaller companies, which are not always in the public eye, were also presenting new ideas and products at the show.
We took a visit up to the exhibition, to visit our customers who had their own stands at the show.
National Retail Systems presented their “TRUST-e Cashless Catering solution” at this year’s show, providing cashless management for a schools catering.
Hapara flew in from their headquarters in Palo Alto, California to attend this year’s exhibit. Hapara utilises Google apps and cloud-based technology to positively impact student learning.
4Matrix were selected as finalists in the Leadership and Management category at BETT 2015.
Our own marketing manager, Jenni, got chatting to some friendly faces at the show.
Target Tracker enable teachers to record what a child is able to do and from there, record their attainment and progress.
ParentPay provides an online payment system that allows parents to make secure payments online, removing any need for students to carry any form of money in school.
BETT 2015 brought together some of the field’s greatest minds, educating, developing and inspiring all of those involved in education for the upcoming year.
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