Acquire. Engage. Retain: deliver the ultimate cross-channel, cross-border, digital experience every time

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Discover how institutions are disrupting traditional models by using digital and mobile-first approaches to provide hybrid learning systems experiences that delight students.

Automation, globalisation and Covid-19 are forcing Business Schools to accelerate their view on hybrid and full digital experiences that are mobile first. Student recruitment, engagement and optimisation of institutional resources belong to a mobile screen first.

Business Schools need to differentiate themselves by embracing a disruptive approach with a solid and agile strategy that responds to the growing and fast changing expectations around mobile, access and personalisation.

Join us as we display how short- and long-term digital adoptions can help you be the next innovator.


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Pablo Langa, Founder and Managing Partner at EDT

Pablo Langa is the founder and managing partner at EDT. Formerly he was Vice-President of Business Development for the Financial Times and IE Business School and Director of Global Business Development at Blackboard.

His primary area of expertise is helping organisations streamline and deploy enhanced international growth strategies. He has worked in six continents, engaged with hundreds of firms with a focus on channel sales structures. Prior joining EDT Partners, Langa was Managing Director at protOS and Founder at ZeroAcoso, the first bullying prevention communications channel for Schools.

Matthew Sherlock, Director of Product Strategy at Ex Libris campusM

Matthew Sherlock has been working for 18 years in the education sector and spent most of that time as a technology evangelist with the ability to identify where technologies can facilitate and add value.

His wide breadth of roles and interactions across higher education business functions include project and change management but also stem through a broad range of educational development and quality assurance/business process mapping.

James Holden-Storey, Regional Sales Director (EMEA), Ex Libris campusM

James is the Regional Sales Director of Ex Libris campusM for the EMEA region. Prior to this he has held Senior Business Development positions at Rosetta Stone and Blackboard.

James’s area of focus is working with Educational institutions to understand their strategic challenges and goals, with the aim of trying to help provide a solution that can help them meet their business objectives. James has experience of working with Universities, Business Schools and Colleges in many different countries across Europe, engaging with both Senior Executive and Operational stakeholders.

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