Membership team at BETT 2015

Published:  Thu 22 Jan 2015

The Internet Watch Foundation’s (IWF) newest recruit, Nicky Peachment, Commercial Relationship Manager, joins over 35,000 education and technology professionals, exhibitors and young people for the world’s leading learning technology event at the ExCel in London. Hosted from 21 – 24 January 2015, BETT is the biggest date in the calendar for some of our IWF Members, bringing innovation and inspiration to the education sector for over 30 years.

Nicky delivered a presentation at the Exa Education stand, which won the BETT 2015 award for best exhibition stand of the year, on Thursday (22) and will also present on Friday (23January). Julie, IWF Membership Assistant, will join Nicky on Friday at the Schools Broadband/Talk Straight stand, another IWF Member, to discuss the work of the IWF in relation to schools.

Tweet @IWFhotline to arrange a chat with either Nicky or Julie if you’d like to catch them at the event.

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