Edtech in Asia is maturing quickly and the market growth is reflecting that in every aspect.
Soon, Asia will be “The Market” of education technology and the constant innovations is a proof of the same. However, the events hosted across Asia to create awareness and share the insights and knowledge from the industry is something every edtech stakeholder look forward to.
Being a Premier Education Technology Media Company, EdTechReview is one of the media partners for the huge edtech events across Asia and this is to inform you of such 3 great conferences you must know about if you are interested in the edtech scene in Asia.
1. 5th Annual Educon Asia (26-29 September 2017)
This is the Asia’s top education event. EduCon Asia is back in action for the 5th year to deliver insights on the latest advancements and developments in the education space. The highlights will revolve around accessing new markets, technology, innovation in curriculum offering, pricing and marketing, the focus is comprehensive yet unique.
With 3 separate conferences this is the ONLY event that brings together top decision makers from all segments of the industry.
2. Digital Learning China 2017 (21-24 November 2017)
The Digital Learning China 2017 will examine government policy and investment, innovative case studies, emerging education technologies, and how schools can get their EdTech investment right. Attendees get updated, network, and evaluate opportunities in this exciting area which is set to revolutionize the education sector.
Over 200 people are expected to participate in the 4 day event making it China’s top event that brings together key participants from public, private and government sectors.
– ICT Digital technology investment outlook from top education providers in China
– Selecting the right learning technology and ensuring ROI
-Digital roll out and lessons learnt from implemented projects
– Opportunities and risks for education providers, tech vendors and wider stakeholders
– Future outlook
3. 3rd Annual International Schools China (21-24 November 2017)
The demand for international schooling is influenced directly by local market regulations, size and aspirations. China is no different with its regions having different drivers, and various business models in play to first enter the market, and then retain competitive advantage.
Looking beyond growth and innovation strategies for the local market, this year, the expanded programme includes focus on trends in learning facilities, how to be part of the digital bandwagon, and a look at international school markets in the North Asian region.
Attendees get to network, hear from and get connected to top educators and leading technology providers at China’s ONLY international schools conference.
These are the events that are going to be a head turner if edtech is what you’re looking for. Make sure you check their respective websites for more information.