Dubai is set to unite leading investors, educators, entrepreneurs, Ministries, regulators and financiers to seek new business opportunities for increasing investment into private and ppp education delivery across MENA.
The partnering event, hosted as part of EdEx MENA, unites over 500 premium attendees from across the region and around the world who are interested in investing in the region, expanding their education businesses, or searching for local partners to establish their businesses within the region. Taking place for the 5th year, Education Investment MENA will take place on 22nd and 23rd November 2016 at the Conrad Hotel, Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai, UAE and is organised by Informa Plc.
Education Investment MENA is the only partnering event of its kind in the region, allowing Ministries, investors and private education providers to discuss new business opportunities that will positively contribute to the development and quality of education provision in the Middle East and North Africa. Representatives of the largest groups and investments, both regionally and internationally, will share their ideas on how to expand and improve the level of investment into the region ‘ with companies represented including iTutor Group, University Ventures, Rethink Education, Pearson, UNICAF, King’s Education, Taaleem, CIRA and many more, as well as representatives of the KHDA and the Ministry of Education in Qatar.
The programme will also highlight the major advancements being made by the region’s edtech sector, featuring some of the most innovative edtech entrepreneurs, investors and incubators, including Sawari Ventures, Edu21, Little Thinking Minds, 3asafeer and many more.
Education Investment MENA also features a unique business partnering service, matching Ministries, investors and education business owners together to create potential business opportunities in the region’s growing private education sector. The event is sponsored by GL Education, Clyde & Co, Cognition Education, Colliers International, Franklin Covey and WCBS.