The African Resources and Technology for Education (ARTE) Show

Connecting Education Suppliers to the West African Market
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The ARTE Show brings together manufacturers and suppliers of educational technology and resources from all over the globe with buyers, suppliers and decision makers in the West African Education Sector. The event attracts key decision-makers form the public and private sectors, at national and international levels, from primary right through to higher education; including Ministers and Commissioners of Education, Proprietors, Vice-chancellors, Heads of Department and Local Buyers and Suppliers. Visitors will learn about tools and strategies that will create engaged classrooms and support student innovation, as well as identify and build lasting business relationships with suitable exhibiting suppliers/manufacturers. Exhibitors include manufacturers and suppliers of; Assessment enablers, Books and magazines, Presentation and audio-visual equipment, Computer games for learning, Teaching aids and learning resources, Educational equipment, especially for STEM subjects, Computer science / micro-electronics / robotics, Consultancy support, Design and technology equipment, Furniture / storage equipment and school building services, Internet / online content or services, IT / ICT training and library resources, Network and wireless technology, Projectors and interactive whiteboards and more. Exhibitors will have the opportunity to demonstrate and discuss their products and services at the ARTE Show seminars and will also have the opportunity to network and unwind with select decision makers and buyers at the ARTE Show Networking Dinner

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