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leisure design & build bulletin - April 2015

The higher education estates forum

The higher education estates forum is the leading event for companies involved in the supply, design, build and management of all types of universities, colleges and higher education learning facilities.

Taking place on the 18th & 19th June 2015 at Whittlebury Hall, Northamptonshire, this year’s hee will be the biggest to date and will be attended by the UK’s leading estates departments, architects, contractors, consultants and project managers looking to enhance their schemes and improve their supply chain.

The hee provides the perfect platform for companies to meet and do business with the individual at the forefront of the education sector, including from universities to colleges, UTCs and all other higher education facilities. All of these will be discussed at the hee by the individuals and companies involved in the delivery of these establishments.

The higher education estates forum creates a productive networking environment where delegates can focus on creating long-lasting business relationships through a series of pre-arranged meetings. The supplier and project delegate schedules are matched in advance to ensure that both parties maximise their time at the event.

On Day One, after the opening keynote session, a series of 20 minute one to one meetings are conducted across three sessions. During lunch and the coffee breaks, there are further opportunities to meet and network with delegates that may not be on your meeting schedules. At the end of Day One delegates have a further chance to meet at the drinks reception prior to and during the Gala Dinner. Day Two facilitates further one to one meeting sessions, networking at lunch and the opportunity for delegates to meet in the informal settings of the hotel before departing.

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