The English UK ELT Marketing Conference is organised by the English Language Promotions Group (the British Council, English UK, UK Trade & Investment and VisitBritain) and supported by Cambridge ESOL. The conference will take place on Thursday 26 January 2012 at Butchers' Hall in the heart of Smithfield in central London.
The conference is a forum for professionals who are involved in the marketing of English language and other courses to international students.
In addition to the keynote and closing plenary speakers already announced we're pleased to be able to release further details of the full line-up.
Mr Sedat Eren, Director of Academix Study Abroad Services and Executive Director of a2 International Education Fairs in Turkey, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Cyprus and Morocco and Mr Mesud Yilmaz, Director of Atlas Private Educational Services will lead market information sessions on Turkey, Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan.
Amy Baker, Director of The Pie and former long-time editor of Language Travel Magazine (now Study Travel Magazine), will chair a panel of well-known industry figures, including Tony Millns, Chief Executive of English UK, Michael Carrier, Head of English Language Innovation at the British Council and Andrew Mangion, Executive Chairman of EC English Language Centres, who will debate the future of the ELT industry during a plenary discussion session.
Members of the English UK Boards, Richard Day, Director of English in Chester, Stephan Roussounnis, Director of Stafford House School of English and Clare Gossage, Head of International Marketing at University of the Arts London, will share their expertise in a master class for newcomers to the world of international education marketing.
The conference programme will also include an evening networking reception, sponsored by the British Council, during which you can discuss ideas newly-learned and reminisce about past experiences with industry colleagues.
You may download the provisional programme here.
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