Notts Sport were able to take advantage of our platform and get face-to-face with a unique senior audience whilst generating quality leads.
“We’ve had some really good conversations with people, not just PE staff but also lots of governors, principals, business managers and finance directors. So for us, it’s really good, a lot of the time it’s very difficult to get in front of those people.”
Tom Walton | Multi Sport Project Development Manager
By exhibiting at our show, Tutor In A Box were able to expose their new brand to their target audience whilst generating promising leads.
“Tutor In A Box is a brand new company so for us, attending the Schools & Academies Show was a no-brainer because it’s been really good getting our name out there. So yesterday, we had loads and loads of teachers coming over, headteachers, and all engaging and asking what it was about. Nobody had heard of us before and nobody has seen us before. It’s a really good platform for us to showcase what we do…”
Sophie Parker | Founder
Vestel is the world’s number 1 producer of interactive displays and by exhibiting at our show in Birmingham, they were able to reach their target audience in other regions of the UK.
“It’s important for us to be at the Schools & Academies Show because there’s not a lot of shows in the Midlands. So for us, it gives us a better reach into the Midlands and the North and also give us an opportunity to network with lots of trusts and schools…”
Mark Dew | National Sales Manager
Tenet not only engaged with existing customers, but they also exposed their brand to new prospects from Schools, Academies and MATs.
“We get to meet existing customers who’ve used us before and I want them to come back and get an update of what’s new within the business. We also get to meet lots of new schools, academies and trusts who maybe have not heard of our brand before and it’s a perfect opportunity for us to have that conversation and let them know what we’re capable of delivering”
Darren Lowe | Managing Director
EPM & AVEC were able to have quality conversations with key decision makers from Schools, Academies and MATs. Also, by hosting their own seminar session, they were able to keep their audience engaged with their joint work.
“The highlight for me has been the quality of the conversations we were having with some of the key decision makers, CEOs and headteachers who came over to talk to us and being absolutely inundated on the stand and I think a lot of follow up from our sessions, people were really interested in some of the joint work that we do and how they can take that back to their schools or trusts.”
Jenny Elliot | CEO | EPM
Sarah Monk | Director | AVEC