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EdExec Live is a day-long event that does exactly what it says on the tin. It offers a live version of
our magazine – in other words a day packed full of case studies, valuable information and inspiration specifically for school business managers. Visitors will be presented with tangible information that they can take back to their school and actually use to their advantage back – think of it like a mini, day-long MBA for SBMs.
 

SEMINARS 

Seminars (45-60mins) will be a collaboration and interaction between presenters and audience. Delivered by leaders in each respective field on trends, potentials and pitfalls in their area, the sessions aim to be extremely targeted, current and inspirational. Seminars take place in breakout room off of the main event space so they remain part of the exhibition and networking areas.
 
 

EXHIBITION

An intimate exhibition will run in the main event space. This will be a buzzy, interactive space that will encircle tables, the demo hub, networking sessions and coffee breakout areas. This aspect of the event aims to offer delegates an opportunity to chat to, and learn from our supplier partners and sector specialists.  As with all things EdExec, we don’t agree that bigger is always better and strategic partnerships are key for us – EdExec Live is no different. We only invite a small number of key education specialists to showcase at our event, those with a clear specialism in education and great track record as an education service provider.
 

DEMO HUB

Located just off the main exhibition space, this area will run 15 and 30 minute slots, which will offer an opportunity to see demonstrate of products and services.
 

PANEL DEBATES

We will be holding a number of round-table debates and discussions in a room off the main exhibition space. They will be open to delegates interested in discussing sector issues in further detail. 
 
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