31st October 2014

The Higher and Further Education Show 2014 took place on Thursday 16th October at Olympia, London. The event was completely free for those who work in higher or further education institutions, alternative providers, charities, voluntary organisations or social enterprises and the wider public sector.

With annual spend across both UK HE and FE at £28bn and £8bn respectively and student numbers remaining above 2-million in Higher Education and 4-million in Further Education, this was a highly attractive and sustainable marketplace for Cool-phase as the system drives down costs, improves efficiency, increases productivity, drives growth and enhances student experience.

The Higher & Further Education Show provided Monodraught with the opportunity to meet and engage, face-to-face, with leaders, buyers and decision makers from higher and further education institutions.

Scott Paton (Technical Consultant), Paul Howe (Technical Consultant), John Wheatley (Technical Consultant) and Melissa Vanegas (Marketing Coordinator) were at stand 234 exhibiting Monodraught’s products, mainly Cool-phase, through the use of Cool-phase architectural models for both fascia and suspended ceiling applications and a Cool-phase performance video created by James McGowan (Product Designer).

Monodraught had a very good feedback from organisers and visitors.

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