Invitation to the 4th Annual Gulf Education Conference & Exhibition, London , Hilton Paddington, March 31st – April 1st 2014

 

Invitation to the 4th Annual Gulf Education Conference & Exhibition, London , Hilton Paddington, March 31st – April 1st 2014

I am writing to inform you of this year’s Gulf Education Conference & Exhibition and to invite you to participate. The event will take place on 31st of March and 1st of April 2014 in London for the 4th year.  The objective of this high profile event is to continue to support the dynamic cross-fertilization of global education programmes and to facilitate partnerships between international organizations, institutions, academies, schools and universities with GCC, Middle East and Africa academic institutions.

Building on the success of 2013′s event, Gulf Education aims to expand its reach to all countries within the MENA Region with substantial investments in education, and all countries with facilities that can support them. The conference is based on its program of expert speakers, but interactive workshops, presentations and panel discussions are all on the agenda, and there are abundant opportunities for the arrangement of 1-2-1 strategic private consultations and networking sessions.

Last year’s event attracted a number of high calibre speakers including H.E. Dr Lahcen Daoudi, Minister of Higher Education, Scientific Research Management & Training, Morocco; H.E. Ali Al-Adeeb, Minister of Higher Education & Scientific Research Iraq; H.E Dr Asmat Khalid, Minister of Education, Kurdistan; Dr. Fathi Akkari , Deputy Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, Libya; H.E. Dr. Ali Saeed, Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, Kurdistan; H.E. Dr. Talal Abu-Ghazalah Chairman for Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Organisation (TAGorg); Dr. Kevin Dunseat Director, Cisco; Mr. Anjum Malik, Director Global Initiative for Education and Leadership, University of Texas at Austin – to name a few!

From the UK there was high-level representation, with speeches delivered by Dr. Joanna Newman, Director of UK Higher Education International Unit; Mr. Jeremy Oppenheim Director for Growth and Engagement, Home Office, UK; Dr. John Law, Higher Education Advisor, British Council; Ms. Charlotte Keenan, CEO, The Tony Blair Faith Foundation and Mr. David Lock, Director of the Leadership Foundation among other key players within the education sector.

Gulf Education has long-established relationships with top international universities, colleges, education suppliers and related technology providers. We also have close direct and personal contact with senior management teams of some of the world’s leading organizations. Drawing on the keen support of these relationships, we will ensure that this event reaches an accurate and high quality audience that will support you and your colleagues in advancing the scope of education in the Gulf even further.

We are promoting 2014 event powerfully, and have generated strategic partnerships with Aljazeera network, the BBC,  The Times Higher Education, Reuters, Alfanar, Alexandria Trust, Zawya, Ameinfo and others, who are writing about GE now and ensuring that  will have strong media coverage during the 2 day event.

We welcome your attendance to help drive the success of Gulf Education 2014. Should you wish to discuss your attendance as a delegate, exhibitor, or sponsor the event please contact me directly.

Further information about the event, practical arrangements, exhibition options and registration please visit our website or by phone at +44 (0) 203 597 7034.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Yours sincerely,

Abier Mustafa
Partnerships Executive for MENA Region

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