The Education Industry Convenes In Bahrain For Country's Largest Exhibition In March 2011



Released on: January 28, 2011, 5:24 am
Author: Lek Boonlert
Industry: Education highlights that organisers in Bahrain will be putting on the country’s most extensive collection of education and training services as part of a major trade event in March.

Being held in Manama, the Gulf Expo-Bahrain will bring together leading suppliers of equipment used in education to showcase the best domestic products from home and overseas.

Featured at the event will be stands dedicated to teaching equipment such as text books, presentation materials, projectors and audio systems used for learning languages; as well as state of the art information technology. Visitors will be able to see how the new systems have progressed allowing for a fully integrated network in classrooms.

Exhibitors at the show will also be explaining new programs and course structures to make learning easier for students. In addition research will show how different teaching methods can create significantly improved results in pupils.

More everyday supplies such as stationery, writing paper and scientific apparatus will also be presented while attendees can talk first hand with exhibitors about specific teaching instruments.

Visitors to the show will need to book hotels in Bahrain around 3rd March 2011 when the event takes place in the capital.

Lek Boonlert, marketing head at commented: “Many teachers and members of private learning institutions will be assembling for what is the most important trade event of its kind in Bahrain. People who haven’t booked hotel rooms in time for the event are therefore likely to experience difficulties when searching for places over the exhibition date.”


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