BETT show_the norwegian classroom

The Norwegian Classroom

When: 22 – 25 January 2020
Where: ExCel London
Project Manager: John Vanneid
Designer: Henriette Fossnes Fox

 

Bett Show – Experience a world of Edtech Solutions

Bett Show is an annual trade show in the London dedicated to showcasing the best in UK and international learning technology products, resources and best practice. Bett has enabled thousands of educators and practitioners to enhance their knowledge of learning through technology, from early years to higher education. In times where modern learning environments are becoming more mobile and ‘learning anywhere’ is more of a possibility.

The show brings together 800+ leading companies, 103 exciting new edtech start ups and over 34,000 attendees from the global education community. They come together to celebrate, find inspiration and discuss the future of education, as well as the role technology and innovation plays in enabling all educators and learners to thrive.

 

The Norwegian classroom

NPG has the pleasure of delivering the Norwegian pavilion for the fifth time. The pavilion is a great arena for smaller companies to stand out in the crowd in the busy exhibition hall, by being part of a national pavilion. Oslo Edtech Cluster and their members in the Norwegian ed tech industry are once again joining forces to present the Norwegian Classroom at BETT. Norwegian edtech has huge potential to be a major player in the international edtech landscape. The Norwegian learning technology industry is growing rapidly, and has gained considerable recognition internationally. In a short period of time, the industry has grown to over 60 Norwegian companies. The industry has well over 140 million users worldwide. 

 

Exhibitors at the pavilion

 

 

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