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On Monday 9 February, after many months of preparation, we signed a global contract with the British Council, formalising our working relationship around the world and laying the foundations for future growth together.
Ciarán Devane, CEO of the British Council, and Simon Lebus, our Group Chief Executive, signed copies of the contract in the presence of colleagues from both organisations, at a ceremony in the Saltmarsh Rooms at King’s College, Cambridge.
We have worked closely with the British Council for many years around the world and our two organisations complement each other well.
This contract brings together in one place many of the shared processes which shape how our two organisations work together. The contract lays the groundwork for a more collaborative, joined-up relationship with the British Council, formalising our approach to growing the business together and agreeing shared responsibilities for areas such as joint business planning, training and marketing.
Janet Morris (Director, International Network, Cambridge Assessment International Education) commented: “This is a fantastic development for the future of our collaboration with the British Council, and I’m incredibly proud of the way our two organisations have worked together on this. It’s been a real team effort. I’m really looking forward to continuing to work closely with the British Council on developing our work with schools around the world.”