Welcome to the website for EdExec LIVE, the must-attend school business management event in the UK education calendar. After the continued success of EdExec LIVE, we're pleased to announce the date for our fifth annual reader event, taking place at 30 Euston Square.  

 

 

Our 2015 event, much like last year, promises to bring you a day’s worth of valuable seminars, clinics and talks focused on the business of running schools. Like a live version of our magazine, EdExec LIVE will offer tangible information that delegates can actually use to their advantage back at work – think of it like a mini, day-long MBA for SBMs. This year, our seminars and workshops will fall into several topic streams that are currently being finalised, with plenty of breaks for networking and meeting with our carefully selected supplier partners in the main event space.

 

On this site, you'll be able to find everything you need to know about the event. Come back shortly for all the latest updates from the event, as well as blogs from speakers to help you get a sense of what you can expect to see on the day. It promises to be a really productive use of your time and a truly different conference – an away day that will pay for itself back in the school setting.


We look forward to seeing you there!

 

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