Creating a Bett-er future for students

Sponsored: The worldwide Bett phenomenon continues its goal of improving education across the globe as Bett Asia returns for its fifth outing

At Bett we believe in creating a better future for students by transforming education. Our mission is to bring together people, ideas, practices and technologies so that educators and learners can fulfil their potential.

Now established across the globe, the Bett series consists of five unique shows including: Bett Asia, Bett LatAm, Bett Mena, Bett Brazil and Bett London. Combined, our international series attracts almost 60,000 educators, leaders and practitioners alongside 1,200+ technology and solution providers.

Now in its fifth edition, Bett Asia is the region’s leading education conference and expo taking place on 12-13 March 2019 at the Mandarin Oriental, Kuala Lumpur. Bett Asia will gather the region’s most senior education leaders, educators and innovators to celebrate the future of education.

As APAC education leaders struggle to build a change culture, they believe 21st-century skills are imperative for pupil success. Research undertaken by Bett has unearthed consistent challenges across the Asia-Pacific region. This knowledge will set the tone for the 2018 programme within both the Summit and the Expo. Therefore, this year’s key theme is ‘Building a change culture to deliver 21st-century learning’. In line with this, our cutting-edge summit will discuss the transformation of education and discover the innovation that will inspire change across the Asia Pacific region. Whilst our Expo will showcase the practical tools, techniques and training to empower educators to transform learning in the classroom and beyond.

The Leadership Summit agenda is curated of carefully chosen expert speakers that will explore topics nominated by policy- and decision-makers from K-12 to TVET which address key opportunities to improve education systems and further student outcomes across the region and beyond. The morning keynotes will be delivered by high-level speakers, followed by afternoon breakout streams of workshops, demonstrations, discussions and presentations.

The expo will showcase practical tools, techniques and training that will empower educators to transform learning in the classroom and within institutions. Visitors will be able to test the latest products, gain valuable tips and tricks, and network with other educators to discuss the transformation and innovations happening within the edtech space.

Confirmed speakers across the show include:

Anne Tham CEO and Founder, ACE EdVenture Group, Sri Emas International School & Dwi Emas International School 

Melinda Lim Director of Schools, ACE Ed-Venture & Principal, Sri Emas International School

Dr. Linda SD Croglia Educational consultant, Retired School Principal and Educational Leadership Professor 

Kirsten van Niekerk Deputy Head of Secondary, Regents International School, Pattaya 

Matt Harris Ed.D. International Educational Consultant 

Dr Jessica Hale Director of Learning and Innovation, Oasis International School, KL 

John Gwyn Jones Managing Director, Panyathip International School – Laos 

Suresh Dass COO & Principal, St. John’s International School 

Brian Cooklin Principal, Nord Anglia International School Hong Kong 

Elizabeth Lopez Independent senior consultant on education and HundrED Ambassador

Dr Marie Yeo Senior Language Specialist and Editor-in-Chief of RELC Journal, Training, Research, Assessment and Consultancy Division

For more information on the show or to register as a delegate or as a visitor please visit the event website at 

There is currently an early bird offer on delegate passes, to benefit from the best price as well as to make the most of access to everything across the two days.

On top of this, use discount code WF10 to save an additional 10% on delegate rates.

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