Bett 2015 kicks off in a few hours' time, so this is just a reminder that my guide to Bett 2015 is now available. It contains over 200 hints, tips, suggestions and opinions. It even contains a detailed floor plan -- the first such guide to do so! It's in pdf format, but as it's quite hefty I suggest you download it onto your phone or tablet and read it on the screen.
Here’s what it contains:
- 16 Reasons to attend
- 7 Good reasons to attend: the ones to put to senior management
- 10 Types of people who should attend
- 4 reasons to take pupils to Bett
- 5 Reasons to take a technician or technically-minded person with you
- 2 Reasons to take a non-technical person
- 14 events to attend
- My 11 personal recommendations for BETT 2015
- 25 things that others are going to the Bett show for
- 8 Things which are not ideal – and what you might do about them
- 30 Things to do before Bett
- 24 Things to do on the day
- 4 Ways to connect on social media
- 7 Things to do on a one day visit
- Who has the budget?
- 8 Sample questions to ask suppliers
- 10 points to address when presenting your case for purchasing a product or service
- 5 Things to consider regarding seminars
- 11 Things to do after the show
- 5 Ways to voice your own thoughts about Bett 2015
- 2 Ways to have your students blog about Bett
- 5 Other sources of advice about Bett
- Floor plan
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