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The EdTech Boom – Exploding in Johannesburg

There’s no way of ignoring or denying it. EdTech is here. It has accelerated across Africa and It is here to stay.

The Digital Education Show Africa 2016 will wow attendees with the latest advancements and trends in the EdTech industry. And you are cordially invited!

The expo is taking place the 18th and 19th of October, with over 2500 attendees, 500 educators, 80 exhibitors, 50+ speakers and 2880 minutes of content, the event will be an informative and fantastic learning experience. Theode Niyirinda in the Mathematics Department from the Gayaza High School, Uganda sums up the event nicely, “enlightening on education technology”.

By registering for FREE you gain access to:

  • Over 80 exhibitors showcasing their EdTech solutions
  • Exclusive event highlights consisting of technology demonstrations, competitions, launches and prize giveaways. Companies such as Rectron, Via Afrika, LRMG, Pearson and Parrot Interactive will be partaking in the event highlights over the course of the two days.
  • Practical seminars from the thought-leaders in the education and technology industry. Topics such as looking at the classroom of the future, why schools need cyber savvy teachers and the mobile revolution: the uniqueness of African conditions will be discussed. We have over 24+ topics confirmed!
  • Great networking opportunities with the help from our dedicated Networking Managers and your own personal profile on the networking platform – Jublia

Become part of Africa’s largest education and technology exhibition by registering for FREE and be enlightened.

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