Marketing to Schools Summit – Prize Winners!

This month saw the long awaited arrival of our inaugural Marketing to Schools Summit, a unique conference specifically designed to help education companies get into more schools.  With talks from leading industry figures, opportunities to network and access to proven, practical business strategies, it was an event not to be missed! Attendees also had the chance to […]

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The Marketing to Schools Summit is coming… Grab your Early Bird tickets now!

 This October marks our inaugural Marketing to Schools Summit, a 1 day event full of actionable, proven strategies designed to get education technology companies in front of more schools and districts. Taking place on 15 October at King’s Place in London and streaming online, the Marketing to Schools Summit will feature keynote speeches from some of […]

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Episode 2: ft. Andrew Carrick

Kicking off our second episode of our new ‘Marketing to Schools Show’, we interviewAndrew Carrick, and discuss his journey over 20+ years as an education sector marketer, and newly found entrepreneur status. We cover why knowing your audience is key to any successful campaign, a *huge* mistake he once made, and we close with a […]

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Bee Digital Partners with Teacher Tapp

Bee Digital is proud to announce our brand new partnership with Teacher Tapp! Launched in 2017 by the former editor of SchoolsWeek, Laura McInerney, and UCL Institute of Education Professor, Becky Allen, Teacher Tapp enables teachers to have a voice and to help people learn about teachers’ daily lives. Through the mobile app, teachers receive a […]

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Bee Digital sponsors #EduFootyAid

We’re very proud to sponsor EduFootyAid, a series of teacher-led football matches across the UK, to raise money to support teachers with mental health issues. On the 8th June, we sponsored the Midlands teams triumphant win against the South team. The Midlands team won 4-0 in a game to rival the Champions League heroics of this […]

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