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We partnered with publisher, Cambridge University Press, to participate in EduTech Africa 2018 earlier this month. The expo took place in Johannesburg on 9-10 October and was attended by educators, parents, businesses in IT and government bodies who came to learn about innovative products in education.
Mark Barber, Cambridge International’s Senior Manager, Southern Africa was on hand to talk to schools about the Cambridge Pathway, while our Cambridge University Press colleagues showcased their publications and digital learning products.
Alan Vesty, Market Development Manager: Digital, Cambridge University Press was impressed with the quality of the expo: ‘With over 3000 visitors and 80 stands, this is a major edtech event in the region. We were delighted to share space with our colleagues from Cambridge International and show schools how we are working together to support their needs.
'We talked about the exciting new digital resources being developed by the Press and Cambridge International. Our book series, Approaches to Learning and Teaching – written in collaboration with Cambridge International – also attracted considerable interest from visiting teachers.'
The event attracted delegates from South Africa and neighbouring countries, with visitors from as far afield as Ethiopia visiting our stand.