Higher Education Tech Market: Future Trends, Opportunities and Challenges

The education and learning technology sector contributes more than £1 billion to the U.K. economy each year, and in the process has established some of the most innovative startup companies in the world. The EdTech sector is one of the fastest growing in the UK and is expected to reach £3.4bn by 2021.

With academies able to design their own curriculum, introduction of the computing curriculum in schools, and the rise of massive open online courses (MOOCS) the opportunities are vast for the EdTech market, in particular Higher Education. This event will put the spotlight on higher education technology market, looking at how technology is changing the learning environment to how students access services remotely.
Attend to hear from leading experts from the EdTech world on what they see as the future trends and opportunities facing higher education and the role tech will play.

Who and why?

Whether you’re an established player or challenger new entrant, this event will give you a comprehensive understanding of the latest trends in the higher education tech market.

Confirmed Speakers:

Rob Driver, Head of Public Sector, techUK
Dale Peters, Principal Analyst, TechMarketView
Peter O'Rourke, Director of IT, University of Suffolk
Jude Sheeran, CEO, Eduserv

Further notes:

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