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Visit Redstor at BETT 2013 from 30th Jan to 2nd Feb

Visit Redstor at BETT 2013 from 30th Jan to 2nd Feb

posted in Redstor ● 4 Jan 2013

This month, Redstor will once again be exhibiting at the BETT show. For those unfamiliar with the event, BETT (formerly known as the British Educational Training and Technology Show) is a free to attend, annual trade show at which the use of technology in education is showcased. Over the course of it’s history, BETT has expanded to fill the National and Grand Halls at Olympia, London and in 2013, for the first time, will be held at ExCel in London. This year, ExCel will welcome over 30,000 visitors to BETT.  At the event, attendees will be able to participate in a host of education focused seminars and conferences as well as discover technology for education by speaking directly with over 650 exhibiting companies including Redstor. This year, the BETT show runs from Jan 30th to Feb 2nd. You can find out more about BETT here. If you have an interest in technology for the education market, this is the must attend event of the year. Redstor’s stand (Stand: A20, Hall: ExCel Modules N1-N17) will be conveniently located just inside the main visitor’s entrance near the Custom House DLR stop so if you’re considering attending, why not stop by to say hello. This year Redstor will be showcasing our range of education-based Cloud services including RBUSS, Centrastage and E-Safety as well as introducing Redstor’s soon to be released access-anywhere cloud storage and sharing service, Centrastor. BETT is free to attend and registration is quick and easy. If you’d like to meet with a particular member of the Redstor team at BETT, give us a call and we’d be more than happy to book a meeting slot on a day that suits you.  

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