One of the successes at StudyWorld 2017 were the new Embassy and Gulf zones. They attracted a range of buyers and partners from all over the world. We’re building on that success this year with an improved version of the Gulf zone and opportunities to meet representatives from London embassies.
Andy Buckland of Gulf English is working to bring representatives from across the Middle East and Gulf states to StudyWorld. This will enable educators to start building long-term partnerships. Staff from London embassies representing the region will also be in attendance.
Jodie Gray, Director of Strategic Development for English UK, believes the changes will be an improvement for both buyers and educators. “We got great feedback about the zones last year, and we believe these developments will mean we’re playing even more to our strengths.
“Andy has worked in the Gulf States for some time. He has built great contacts and really understands how to build business partnerships in that culture. We’re really excited about getting more embassy representatives on board.”
Appointments with these buyers are likely to be in high demand. Therefore, educators who are keen to meet them should ensure they are ready to use our appointments software Marcom eSchedule PRO when it goes live in the summer.