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The NASBM National Conference will be taking place next week at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole on 8th and 9th November. This is one of the only two-day events tailored specifically to the school business management professional and is designed to guide delegates through their ever increasingly complex, diverse and challenging roles.
Whether you are a SBM operating in the primary or secondary sector, a special school or an academy, you are sure to find inspiration amongst the extensive networking opportunities and an itinerary of speakers and workshops that promises to be both relevant and up-to-the-minute. The list of high quality speakers this year will include Nick Gibb, MP and Minister of State for Schools, and Russell Hobby, general secretary of the National Association of Head Teachers.
As ever, there will be an exhibition running alongside the conference, which will be featuring over 90 exhibitors stands: TG Escapes are delighted to be amongst their number. Matt and his team are looking forward to meeting with everyone who is thinking about extending, or replacing part of, their school buildings. Whether your main priority is a tight budget, a rapid and hassle free project turnaround, or the creation of a new inspirational learning environment, you will find that TG Escapes can cover all the bases.
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