International education contracts can be difficult to obtain. However, if you are aware of all the important factors to consider, you can increase your chances of success. In his StudyWorld seminar on Monday, Richard Bradford of Disquiet Dog will explain how you can be better prepared to meet all requirements and win eventually, from the perspective of someone who failed at pitching for big contracts.
Richard has extensive experience of pitching for large education contracts for governmental organisations and large corporations. He will share his expertise to help you learn how to become more confident working on the acquisition of such projects.
On Tuesday, find out how to make the most of the Department for International Trade’s (DIT) strategies to help smaller UK education suppliers to win contracts for longer-term delivery of large-scale international education projects with Eddie Malone.
Eddie Malone is the head of cross- cutting infrastructure at International Trade & Investment, DIT. He will focus on the ASEAN region, looking at pre-emptive engagement with donor banks like the Asian Development Bank and the World Bank, as well as education departments.
The DIT are also hosting informal sessions on their three regional focuses for education export: China and Hong Kong, ASEAN, and Latin America. Join commercial staff from British embassies and missions around the world to find out more about education opportunities and business environments, with plenty of time for questions.
StudyWorld 2017 has a great line up of seminars open for all delegates attending on Monday and Tuesday. Top immigration expert Nichola Carter of Carter Thomas Solicitors will discuss immigration and visa regulations expected after Brexit and Thom Jones will will explore the work and life balance. Find out more about the growing demand on the Chinese market for UK summer programmes, the operation of a UK education focused agency in Ukraine, and much more.