The one-day IPSEF Global conference will provide timely and expert contributions from sector specialists with wide international experience for you to make connections with the right people to make your venture a success.
The event will look at the International schools market and discuss the various options for setting up a school abroad and you will have the opportunity to network with those who have already opened schools globally with in depth profiles on the Middle East, Asia and the rest of the world.
Key Features of the Conference include:
- A world tour of key markets and their current trends and attractiveness for investment
- A regional focus on the Middle East
- Look at emerging markets in Asia, Europe and the rest of the world
- Meet in person with key event partners and fellow participants
- Hear from key regional government representatives
Who you will hear from and meet:
- Advisors and professional service firms delivering projects abroad
- Schools that have set up overseas
- Overseas inward investment bodies UK specialists from the Department for International Trade
- Recruiters, architects, technology companies and other suppliers doing business overseas
So join us in person at IPSEF Global on the 30th June at Latymer Upper School in London to find out how the operating landscape has changed in recent years, and identify where opportunities might arise in the future.
To find out more, visit the IPSEF website by clicking here.
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You can also register and book your place to attend now here.
IPSEF is a series of unique high level global education conferences for schools and investors to connect with professional advisors, government regulators, key suppliers, architects, recruiters and law firms.
With events taking place Asia, the Middle East and London, IPSEF addresses the markets of most importance and potential. Whilst each covers the core themes, each has a regional emphasis, or in the case of London a focus on a particular issue or geographical area.