Liberty Comms to promote IBIS Capital's EdTech Europe event

Investment firm IBIS Capital and education technology company Edxus Group have brought in comms help to promote inaugural education conference EdTech Europe.

EdTech Europe: Education and technology conference
EdTech Europe: Education and technology conference

Liberty Comms will promote the one-day summit, which is to be held at the London Business School on 14 June, among entrepreneurs and investors to drive attendance. The focus will be on the education, business, technology, broadcast and public sector media.

As part of the project brief, the agency will also promote the EdTech Europe 20, a ranking of the 20 most innovative and fastest growing e-learning companies in Europe and build the profiles of IBIS Capital and Edxus Group within the growing education and e-learning sectors across Europe and the US.

IBIS Capital CEO Charles McIntyre said: ‘The academic and professional education market is set to undergo a huge transformation as a result of the technological and digital revolution. EdTech Europe will explore these forthcoming changes and resulting opportunities.’

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