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Tomorrow’s Education

Tuesday, 13th June 2023 0800hrs – Wednesday, 14th June 2023 1700hrs

The Custard Factory, Birmingham

Tomorrow’s Education is the new INDUSTRY LEADING destination event for estates and facilities experts from across SCHOOLS, ACADEMIES, FURTHER EDUCATION, HIGHER EDUCATION and PBSA to come together and prepare for the challenges and opportunities facing the sector in the coming years.  On average over £100bn is spent on developing, delivering or maintaining learning places every year.

You should be at this event to:

  • Get to grips with evolving thinking behind how schools, colleges, Uni’s and student accommodation will be delivered in the future
  • Understand national and local education policy implications for education property
  • Explore current and emerging procurement practices and help your company win work easier
  • Unpick cutting edge sustainability, ESG and digital focused property projects being pioneered in the sector
  • Learn how the public and private sector are collaborating to unlock new ways of investment and delivery
  • Take advantage of pre-arranged, facilitated meetings supported by the Built Environment Networking team

Join hundreds of estate, property and facilities management decision makes in the education property sector for a mixture of thought leadership and exclusive sector insight into the future investment and development programmes of the UK’s leading universities, multi-academy trusts and other major players in the education sector.

Attendees include:

This exciting new event has a multitude of stages and activities throughout the day to facilitate new commercially rewarding connections, stimulate discussion, enhance knowledge sharing and improve the delivery of education estates and property across the UK. The content will take place in number areas of The Custard Factory:

Main Stage @ The Old Library

09:30 – 10:30

Education Property: Challenges and Opportunities of Keeping Pace with Policy, Whilst Creating World Class Places to Learn

What are the implications of the ongoings at Westminster and how does it affect the planning and delivery of new schools, colleges, universities and integrated learning environments? How will education settings look in 10 years’ time? What are the priority investment needs? This session unpicks emerging themes in the years ahead while taking an interactive look at solutions to problems facing the sector.

Speakers include:

Professor Nalin Thakkar – Vice President and Chair of Campus Management, University of Manchester

Jennifer Singer – Head of Capital Programme Design for Schools and Further Education Colleges, Department for Education

Ann Allen – Director of Campus Innovation and Development, University of Leeds

Liz Bromley – Chief Executive Officer, Newcastle College Group

The Cinema Stage

10:00 – 11:00

Higher Education Property Challenges Symposium

A high-level look at the challenges facing University estates team lead by a group of estates and facilities leaders. This session is ideal thought leadership for solution-oriented delegates.

Speakers Include:

Jason Challender – Director of Estates, University of Salford

Jacqueline Moffat – Head of Projects, Anglia Ruskin University

Iain Garfield – Director of Estates and Facilities, Newcastle University

Workshops @ Riverside 2

10:00 – 11:00

Department for Education Standards and Guidance Workshop – Local Authorities, Schools and Multi-Academy Trusts

The Department for Education are running a workshop – seeking to meet academy trust leaders, local authorities and school estate leaders. They are keen to interact to understand the users experience of the Department for Education’s Output Specification, Building Bulletins and associated tools including the Schedule of Accommodation as they look to enhance and improve their standards and guidance.

There is limited spaces available – if you work for a school, academy or local authority and are interested in attending please contact: mina.saeed@built-environment-networking.com

Workshop Hosts Include:

 

Jennifer Coldrick – Design Standards Lead, Department for Education

Julia Gollings – Design Standards Architect, Department for Education

Daniel Bradder – Design Standards Architect, Department for Education

Main Stage @ The Old Library

11:00 – 12:00

The Carbon Neutral Question: What Are The Needs vs What Is Deliverable?

Net Zero in education settings can be a hostage to many challenges; investment, skills shortage and practicality all dictate the pace in which schools, colleges and University’s can adapt and deliver. This session aims to navigate the roadblocks and unlock solutions with key voices from the sector.

This session is available to sponsor.

Andrew Nolan – Development and Sustainability Director, University of Nottingham

Charlotte Bonner – Chief Executive Officer, EAUC – The Alliance for Sustainability Leadership in Education

Roundtable Room

11:30 – 12:30

Improving Student Attainment and Outcomes Through Estate Interventions

Roundtable discussion between policy makers, estates leaders and the built environment supply chain professionals on how innovation in property and infrastructure within education settings can produce better results for pupils and students.

This session is available to sponsor.

Speakers include:

Catherine O’Connor – Pro Vice-Chancellor for Education and Experience, Leeds Trinity University

Paul Collins – Lecturer – School of Architecture Design and the Built Environment, Nottingham Trent University

Main Stage @ The Old Library

13:00 – 14:00

Exploring The Future: Smart Campuses and Learning Environments of Tomorrow

A group of digital infrastructure pioneers, futurists and next generation estate professionals share ideas on how technology will alter the education property landscape.

This session is sponsored by Schneider Electric.

The Cinema Stage

13:00 – 14:00

Further Education Property Challenges Symposium

A high-level look at the challenges facing further education setting estates team lead by a group of estates and facilities leaders. This session is ideal thought leadership for solution-oriented delegates.

This session is available to sponsor.

Workshops @ Riverside 2

14:00 – 15:00

Department for Education Standards and Guidance Workshop – Contractors and Supply Chain

The Department for Education are running a workshop – seeking to meet contractors and those within their supply chain. They are keen to interact to understand the users experience of the Department for Education’s Output Specification, Building Bulletins and associated tools including the Schedule of Accommodation as they look to enhance and improve their standards and guidance.

There is limited spaces available – if you work for a contractor or within their supply chain and are interested in attending please contact: mina.saeed@built-environment-networking.com

Workshop Hosts Include:

 

Jennifer Coldrick – Design Standards Lead, Department for Education

Julia Gollings – Design Standards Architect, Department for Education

Daniel Bradder – Design Standards Architect, Department for Education

Main Stage @ The Old Library

14:30 – 15:30

Student Accommodation: Exploring Demand and The Future For PBSA

£4bn per year is invested into the UK PBSA market – playing a key role in supporting the student experience, but also enhancing economic activity across cities. This session will delve into the investor and funder appetite post pandemic, exploring trends with thought leaders, and discovering major development programmes outlined across the UK by some of the UK’s leading PBSA developers.

This session is available to sponsor.

Speakers include:

Mark Quigley – Managing Director – UK Real Estate Finance, Beaufort Capital Management

Max Bielby – Chief Operating Officer, Vita Group

Fahmida Nisa – Online Event Manager, Built Environment Networking

Tom Brewerton – Development Director, Unite Students

Roundtable Room

14:30 – 15:30

Tackling the Energy Crisis in Education Settings

Interactive discussion on how schools, colleges and high education settings are engaging with green energy initiatives and running their institutions in a cost effective, environmentally friendly manner.

This session is available to sponsor.

Workshops @ Riverside 2

15:30 – 16:30

Department for Education Standards and Guidance Workshop – Architects, Designers and Engineers

The Department for Education are running a workshop – seeking to meet architects, design firms and engineering businesses. They are keen to interact to understand the users experience of the Department for Education’s Output Specification, Building Bulletins and associated tools including the Schedule of Accommodation as they look to enhance and improve their standards and guidance.

There is limited spaces available – if you work for an architect, design or engineering businesses and are interested in attending please contact: mina.saeed@built-environment-networking.com

Workshop Hosts Include:

 

Jennifer Coldrick – Design Standards Lead, Department for Education

Julia Gollings – Design Standards Architect, Department for Education

Daniel Bradder – Design Standards Architect, Department for Education

Fringe Events

16:00 – 17:30

Drinks Reception

After the days programme on Tuesday 13th June has ended there will be an open drinks reception at The Old Library at 4pm till 5.30pm that everyone is welcome to attend. There will be a cash bar and fantastic networking opportunities if you have missed any during the day.

Location: The Old Library, Gibb Street, Birmingham, B9 4AT

Fringe Events

17:30 – 19:30

Tomorrow’s Education Festival of Achievement

Join us for the Tomorrow’s Education Festival of Achievement – set to take place within The Custard Factory on the first evening of the event, Tuesday 13th  of June.

The festival will recognise innovation and game-changing approaches within the world of education, awarding those who stand out above and beyond to create a more sustainable, inclusive and positive industry.

Unlike a traditional awards ceremony we’re scrapping the traditional black-tie sit-down meal and instead are created an incredible and vibrant awards ceremony that brings together fantastic networking opportunities, street food and a fully stocked bar to truly create a more inclusive and diverse event.

Location: The Custard Factory, Gibb Street, Birmingham, B9 4AA

Main Stage @ The Old Library

09:30 – 10:30

Place Impact! Using Education Estates as a Catalyst For Town and City Regeneration

Developing and improving education estate can deliver wide reaching benefits for the places they exist within; this session explores ideas around including schools, further education and higher education schemes at the centre of other development projects and the types of investment that can be made to deliver education focused towns and cities.

This session is available to sponsor.

Speakers Include:

Lara Newman – Chief Executive, LocatED

John Plumridge – Estates & Development Director, Birmingham City University

Professor Lynette Ryals OBE – Chief Executive, MK:U Cranfield University

Mark O’Mullane – Development Director, Muse Developments

The Cinema Stage

10:00 – 11:00

School Property Challenges Symposium

A high-level look at the challenges facing School property teams lead by a group of estates and facilities leaders. This session is ideal thought leadership for solution-oriented delegates.

This session is available to sponsor.

Speakers include:

Steve Howells – Chief Financial Officer, Red Kite Learning Trust

Roundtable Room

10:00 – 11:00

International Outlook: What Can The UK Learn From Design and Delivery of Overseas Education Property?

Best practice, idea sharing roundtable exploring adoptable design and delivery principles from across the world and how they can be used to enhance pupil experience.

This session is available to sponsor.

Main Stage @ The Old Library

11:00 – 12:00

Tech and Innovation Clusters Investment and Delivery

The trend of public and private sector partners delivering new types of learning and research environments is accelerating. This session brings together a group of investors, developers and estates professionals who are combining the delivery of education settings with property that supports industry.

This session is available to sponsor.

Roundtable Room

11:30 – 12:30

PBSA and Placemaking – The Sector’s Role in Creating World Class Towns and Cities

An interactive discussion on the catalytic effect of PBSA development on placemaking; bringing together operators, investors, developers and universities to debate the challenges and opportunities in creating inclusive world class communities.

This session is available to sponsor.

Speakers Include:

Jon Wakeford – Director of Engagement, UPP

Chris Gass – Acquisitions Director, Regal London

Fahmida Nisa – Online Event Manager, Built Environment Networking

Main Stage @ The Old Library

13:00 – 14:00

Tomorrow's Multi-Academy Trust's

With 10,000 primary schools and 7,000 secondary schools potentially converting into academy trusts over the next 7 years, this session explores the role estate improvement and development will play in delivery while outlining how the built environment ecosystem can support these major ambitions.

This session is available to sponsor.

Roundtable Room

13:00 – 14:00

The Role of Educational Institutions in Helping to Tackle the Built Environment Skills Shortage

Whether it be attracting talent into the industry, or upskilling those who are already within the built environment sector to ensure innovation and new ideas are integrated – this session will look at how we can utilise our educational institutions to attract, retain and develop talent to benefit the industry.

This session is available to sponsor.

Speakers include:

Kathryn Lennon Johnson – Founder, Built Environment Skills in School

Rizwana Parveen – Deputy Director – Skills Transformation Group, Department for Education

Main Stage @ The Old Library

14:30 – 15:30

Procuring for the 2030's – Improving and Adapting Education Property Project Delivery

Schools, further education and high education settings are diversifying their preferred method of supply chain engagement and procurement. This session brings together an eclectic range of methods to inform delegates how billions of pound worth of work will be delivered in the coming years.

This session is available to sponsor.

Speakers include:

Joe Byrne – Head of Procurement, University of Huddersfield

The main Custard Factory hall will have a unique mixture of meeting spaces and exhibition at the event – let us explain more.

Meeting Space

Set aside for numerous clients and end-users – these meeting spaces allow them to have a visible base for the two-day event, enabling the industry to speak to some of the key places, in addition to giving them access to accepting one-to-one meeting requests.

You will have the option to request a meeting via an online portal with housing developers and associations amongst others.

Exhibition

In addition to the meeting spaces the rest of the hall will be utilised for exhibitors to enable them to showcase their products and services to the client heavy audience.

Exhibition costs £1,750+VAT and includes two delegate tickets to the event – this package is for space only. If you’d like to find out more contact opportunities@built-environment-networking.com.

Exhibitors include:

For more information email opportunities@built-environment-networking.com or contact us on 0113 390 4700

Gain national and exposure and position your brand as a leader in the industry.

By sponsoring Tomorrow’s Procurement your organisation will receive powerful exposure amongst key business leaders, government officials, developers, framework providers and thousands of professionals from across the world. This event is set to become the UK’s leading forum for procurement within the construction, infrastructure and built environment industries.

We have various opportunities and packages dependant on your needs. Whether you’re looking to build brand awareness, source new leads or put your brand at the forefront of the industry – we have a package suitable to your needs.

Package Meeting Space Speaking Slots Event Tickets Dinner Tickets No. Packages Cost (+VAT)
CORPORATE PACKAGES
Platinum Partner Yes Yes 10 5 1 £15,000 View Details
Annual Partner Yes Yes Price on application View Details
SPACE ONLY PACKAGES
Event Bus Partner Yes 10 1 £10,000 View Details
Networking Square Partner Yes 4 1 £8,000 View Details
THOUGHT LEADERSHIP PACKAGES
Main Stage Session Partner Yes 4 10 £5,500 View Details
Cinema Stage Breakout Session Partner Yes 4 10 £5,000 View Details
Cinema Stage Bespoke Session Partner Yes 4 10 £5,000 View Details
Video Partner 6 4 1 £10,000 View Details
Report Partner 6 4 1 £10,000 View Details
Roundtable Partner Yes 2 2 10 £5,500 View Details
Bespoke Roundtable Partner Yes 2 2 10 £5,500 View Details
AWARD PACKAGES
Awards Event Partner Yes 4 10 1 £10,000 View Details
Individual Award Partner 2 5 12 £2,000 View Details
BRANDING PACKAGES
Programme Partner 2 2 1 £5,000 View Details
Quarter Programme Advert 16 £250 View Details
Half-page Programme Advert 16 £400 View Details
Full Page Programme Advert 16 £750 View Details
Inside Cover Page Partner 2 £1,000 View Details
Lanyard Partner 4 1 £5,000 View Details
Badge Partner 4 1 £5,000 View Details
Registration Partner 2 2 1 £2,250 View Details
Email Partner 2 2 1 £2,250 View Details
Social Media Partner 1 1 £3,000 View Details
Meeting Spaces 1 £1,500 View Details
Exhibition Package 1 £1,750 View Details
FRINGE EVENT PACKAGES
Fringe Event Promotion Partner 2 1 £1,500 View Details

Here are the full details of the packages available:

Platinum Partner

£15,000 (+VAT)

The conference will include the name of the Corporate Partner in the title of the event – i.e. ‘Tomorrow’s Education Conference in association with XXXX’ You will be a prominent and visual partner in addressing and supporting the challenges and opportunities within the event sector.

Benefits:

  • Conference Corporate Partner from date of signature up to event completion
  • Keynote of Day One of the conference
  • One chair position on the main stage or Best Practice slot at the event
  • Prime Branding on the website and at the event
  • Position on the Advisory Group
  • Double size Meeting space within the meeting area
  • Input into the post-event conference report
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Input into 365 conference activities
  • Access to the green rooms throughout the event
  • Ten delegate passes for the conference
  • Two additional free tickets for young people under the age of 25 in your company in the aid of enhancing diversity of conversation at the event
  • Five places at the networking awards event
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Social media – pre, during & post conference activity
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Annual Partner

Price on application

Become an annual partner for all or a selection of the Tomorrows Series Conferences with a bespoke package to meet your business needs. Chair main stage panel discussions, deliver thought leadership workshops or curate your own private roundtable with clients that the Built Environment Networking team can procure for you. This package comes with a dedicated private meeting space on site for you to conduct business development conversations with, including the ability to use our team’s expertise to facilitate introductions to target clients.

Build a package which spans the following products:

  • Main stage speaking slots
  • Develop a private round table with target clients
  • Sponsor or nominate for Tomorrow’s SeriesAwards
  • Tickets
  • On-site branding opportunities

Event Bus Partner

£10,000(+VAT)

Located in a prominent, stationary position outside the meeting space area. Bus is available for hire across the 2 days, giving partners a base to facilitate business meetings and networking opportunities whilst entertainng guests from a fully installed onboard bar.

Benefits:

  • 2 day hire to accommodate business activities led by the partner company
  • The bus comes complete with a fully-installed onboard bar and serving hatches (alcohol not included)
  • Make use of space outside the bus with furniture (at additional cost)
  • Branding on the event website and at the forum
  • Ten delegate passes for the event days of the forum
  • Additional two free delegate passes for event days of the forum for young people in your company under the age of 25
  • One half page advet in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event
  • Space only hire, branding of external magnetic panel at additional cost
  • 1 table at the awards night

Networking Square Partner

£8,000 (+VAT)

Sponsor the main outdoor networking area – a main square that connections all of the event stages and networking zones alongside the primary F&B zone. The square will be named after the Networking Square Partner – i.e. ‘XXXX’s Square’

Benefits:

  • Branding around the networking square – with ability to add brand flags and literature around the area
  • Four delegate passes for event days of the conference
  • Two additional free tickets for young people under the age of 25 in your company in the aid of enhancing diversity of conversation at the event
  • Meeting space within the meeting area
  • Branding on the website and at the event
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Main Stage Session Partner

£5,500 (+VAT)

Sponsor one of the main event sessions talking place in The Library – we will have a different session partner for each of the eight sessions.
Benefits:

  • Chair or Speaker position on your panel
  • Early engagement will enable potential input into the shaping of the panel and conversation
  • Branding on the website and at the event
  • 1 x meeting space
  • Additional three pull-up stands on the stage during your conference session
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Four delegate passes for the event days of the conference
  • Two additional free tickets for young people under the age of 25 in your company in the aid of enhancing diversity of conversation at the event
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Main Stage Session Partner: Exploring The Future: Smart Campuses and Learning Environments of Tomorrow

Cinema Stage Breakout Session Partner

£5,000 (+VAT)

Sponsor one of our pre-created events taking place on The Cinema Stage.
Benefits:

  • Chair or be involved in one of our pre-created panel discussions
  • Involvement in briefing notes and engagement with speakers
  • Branding on the website and at the event
  • Additional three pull-up stands on the stage during your conference session
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Four delegate passes for the event days of the conference
  • One additional free ticket for a young people under the age of 25 in your company in the aid of enhancing diversity of conversation at the event
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Cinema Stage Bespoke Session Partner

Cinema Stage Breakout Session Partner

£5,000 (+VAT)

Run your own dedicated session within The Cinema Stage – with the ability to host a panel discussion, talk, best practice session etc.
Benefits:

  • Run your own dedicated 45-minute session in The Cinema Stage
  • Session to be promoted on the official event programme as one of the main content stages
  • Branding on the website and at the event
  • Pull up banners within the stage area/on stage during your session
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Four delegate passes for the event days of the conference
  • One additional free ticket for a young people under the age of 25 in your company in the aid of enhancing diversity of conversation at the event
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Video Partner

£10,000 (+VAT)

This Partner will provide a video that will be played when each main stage session starts and ends.

Benefits:

  • Creation and branding of the conference video
  • Branding on the website and at the event
  • Six delegate passes for the event days of the conference
  • One additional free ticket for a young people under the age of 25 in your company in the aid of enhancing diversity of conversation at the event
  • Four places at the Awards event
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Report Partner

£10,000 (+VAT)

Prime branding on the Tomorrow Series Output Report.

Benefits:

  • Main braning on the Report
  • Branding on the website and at the event
  • A second foreward along with a 2-page editorial within the report
  • Four delegate passes for event days of the conference
  • One additional free ticket for a young people under the age of 25 in your company in the aid of enhancing diversity of conversation at the event
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Your logo will be displayed on the event page of the report
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Roundtable Partner

£5,500 (+VAT)

Sponsor one of our pre-created roundtable discussions – where circa 10 individuals will join us to discuss selected topics, allowing you to build rapport with potential clients.

Benefits:

  • Sponsor one of our pre-created roundtable discussions with high-level client speakers
  • Two spaces on the roundtable for your attendees to join
  • Potential to help shape the conversation and seed others to the roundtable discussion
  • Add literature onto the roundtable
  • Branding on the website and at the event
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Two delegate passes for the event days of the conference
  • One additional free ticket for a young people under the age of 25 in your company in the aid of enhancing diversity of conversation at the event
  • Two places at the Awards event
  • One half page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Bespoke Roundtable

£5,500 (+VAT)

Create your own roundtable discussion – where circa 10 individuals can join you to discuss your own selected topic of conversation.

Benefits:

  • Hire the roundtable room to host your own dedicatedroundtable discussion
  • Ownership of the roundtable conversation and speakers
  • Potential to help shape the conversation and seed others to the roundtable discussion
  • Add literature onto the roundtable
  • Branding on the website and at the event
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Two delegate passes for the event days of the conference
  • One additional free ticket for a young people under the age of 25 in your company in the aid of enhancing diversity of conversation at the event
  • Two places at the Awards event
  • One half page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Awards Event Partner

£10,000 (+VAT)

You will be the main partner of the Awards event.

Benefits:

  • Prominent branding at the Awards event
  • Ten tickets at the Awards event
  • Keynote at the Awards event
  • Branding on the website and at the event
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Four delegate passes for event days of the conference
  • One additional free ticket for a young people under the age of 25 in your company in the aid of enhancing diversity of conversation at the event
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Individual Award Partner

£2,000 (+VAT)

Sponsor one of the awards – joining the judging panel and the ability to present the award on the day.

Benefits:

  • Branding at the Awards event
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included in the main event programme
  • Five tickets to the Awards event
  • A seat on the judging panel (of the respective award category)
  • Sponsorship of one of the awards including award presentation
  • Branding on the website and at the event
  • Two delegate passes for event days of the conference
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Programme Partner

£5,000 (+VAT)

This package provides branding on the cover of the forum printed programme.

Benefits:

  • Branding on the official event programme given to all delegates at the event
  • Branding on the website and at the event
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Two delegate passes for the event days of the conference
  • Two places at the Awards event
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Quarter Programme Advert

£250 (+VAT)

Quarter page advert within the event programme.

Half-page Programme Advert

£400 (+VAT)

Half-page advert within the event programme.

Full Page Programme Advert

£750 (+VAT)

Full page advert on the inside front cover of the event programme.

Full Page (Inside Front Cover)

£1,000 (+VAT)

Full page advert on the inside front cover of the event programme.

Full Page (Inside Back Cover)

£1,000 (+VAT)

Full page advert on the inside back cover of the event programme.

Lanyard Partner

£5,000 (+VAT)

This package will see your logo appear on the lanyard alongside the Tomorrow’s Series logo – given to every attendee, speaker and sponsor at the event.

Benefits:

  • Branding on the website and at the event
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Four delegate passes for event days of the conference
  • One additional free ticket for a young people under the age of 25 in your company in the aid of enhancing diversity of conversation at the event
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Badge Partner

£5,000 (+VAT)

This package will see your logo appear on the name badge given to every attendee, speaker and sponsor which will be worn and scanned throughout the two day event.

Benefits:

  • Branding on the website and at the event
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Four delegate passes for event day of the conference
  • One additional free ticket for a young people under the age of 25 in your company in the aid of enhancing diversity of conversation at the event
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Registration Partner

£2,250 (+VAT)

This package will see you brand the registration area of the event – the area where all delegates will pass through to collect their passes and the main entrance to the event area.

  • Branding on the website and at the event
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Two delegate passes for the event days of the conference
  • Two places at the Awards event
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Email Partner

£2,250 (+VAT)

This package provides prime branding above the fold on all marketing emails promoting the event.

Benefits:

  • Branding on the website and at the event
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Two delegate passes for the event days of the conference
  • Two places at the Awards event
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Social Media Partner

£3,000 (+VAT)

Jump on the back of the huge social media activity running throughout the event through this package – where you logo will be included in some of our social media posts and dedicated posts around you will be pushed out of the course of the two days.

Benefits:

  • Branding on the website and at the event
  • Branding on at least five social media posts per event day across all platforms
  • Sharing of your company social posts across our social media platforms
  • One delegate pass for the event days of the conference
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Meeting Space (20 available)

£1,500 (+VAT)

This package provides access to the event and a space to hold meetings and showcase your services.

Benefits include:

  • 1 x Meeting space
  • Branding on the event website and at the event
  • 2 x delegate passes for both event days
  • Half page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Meeting Space

Exhibition Package

£1,750+VAT

Showcase your brand and services in front of hundreds of potential clients by exhibiting – a perfect location to reap the rewards of this high footfall event, gathering new leads and building commercially rewarding relationships.

Benefits include:

  • Exhibition space at the event – space only
  • Branding on the event website and at the event
  • 2 x delegate passes for both event days
  • Half page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Exhibitor Partner

Fringe Event Promotion Partner

£1,500+VAT

We aim to create a more vibrant and engaging event which will see fringe events run throughout the two day event – from the night before the event kickstarts to the end of the second day. This package enables you to have your fringe event listed on the official event programme to draw traffic and sign-ups to the event.

Benefits include:

  • Your fringe event officially promoted within our event programme
  • Two delegate passes for the event days of the conference
  • Early access to the attendee list to contact your target audience in advance to invite to your fringe event
  • Promotional activity across our news and social platforms to publicise your fringe event
  • Branding on the website and at the event
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Become a Partner

If you’re interested in any of the packages above or if you’re interested in finding out additional information then contact us on:

0113 390 4700

opportunities@built-environment-networking.com

Join us for the Tomorrow’s Education Festival of Achievement – set to take place within The Custard Factory on the first evening of the event, Tuesday 13th  of June.

The festival will recognise innovation and game-changing approaches within the world of education, awarding those who stand out above and beyond to create a more sustainable, inclusive and positive industry.

Unlike a traditional awards ceremony we’re scrapping the traditional black-tie sit-down meal and instead are created an incredible and vibrant awards ceremony that brings together fantastic networking opportunities, street food and a fully stocked bar to truly create a more inclusive and diverse event.

After the days programme has ended there will be an open drinks reception at The Old Library at 4pm till 5.30pm. At 5.30pm those attending the event will move across the road to The Custard Factory where food and drink will be served until 7.30pm. There are also local venues around the Factory Square that are open if you want to continue to make connections afterwards.

Awards are now option to nominate with a closing date of Wednesday 26 of April 2023. Awards available to enter include:

Individual Awards

  • Outstanding Contribution to Education Estates Sector
  • Young Trailblazer

Project Awards

  • University New Build Project
  • School/ College New Build Project
  • Retrofit Project
  • Student Accommodation Project
  • Outstanding Project Partnership

Company Awards

  • Client of the Year
  • Architect of the Year
  • Consultant of the Year
  • Contractor of the Year
  • Estate Management Team

Mark Quigley,
Managing Director – UK Real Estate Finance
Lara Newman,
Chief Executive
Jennifer Singer,
Head of Capital Programme Design for Schools and Further Education Colleges
Jason Challender,
Director of Estates
John Plumridge,
Estates & Development Director
Professor Lynette Ryals OBE,
Chief Executive
Jon Wakeford,
Director of Engagement
Chris Gass,
Acquisitions Director
Mark O’Mullane,
Development Director
Ann Allen,
Director of Campus Innovation and Development
Daniel Bradder,
Design Standards Architect
Kathryn Lennon Johnson,
Founder
Jennifer Coldrick,
Design Standards Lead
Steve Howells,
Chief Financial Officer
Julia Gollings,
Design Standards Architect
Professor Nalin Thakkar,
Vice President and Chair of Campus Management
Rizwana Parveen,
Deputy Director – Skills Transformation Group
Joe Byrne,
Head of Procurement
Tom Brewerton,
Development Director
Andrew Nolan,
Development and Sustainability Director
Charlotte Bonner,
Chief Executive Officer
Iain Garfield,
Director of Estates and Facilities
Catherine O’Connor,
Pro Vice-Chancellor for Education and Experience
Jacqueline Moffat,
Head of Projects
Max Bielby,
Chief Operating Officer
Liz Bromley,
Chief Executive Officer
Paul Collins,
Lecturer – School of Architecture Design and the Built Environment

Tickets

Event Ticket: Tomorrow's Education Early Bird Discount Ends 28th February £249.00 £199.00

Attendee 1

Attendee ticket price: £199

Educational Institution Event Ticket (local authority, school, MAT, university etc): Tomorrow's Education Free

Attendee 1

Attendee ticket price: £Free

Tomorrow's Education Awards Ticket £150.00

Attendee 1

Attendee ticket price: £150

Tomorrow's Education Awards Table (6 Tickets Included) £900.00 £750.00

Attendee 1

Attendee ticket price: £750

Please note – we are actively encouraging a diverse attendance from companies and if purchasing multiple tickets we would ask that you review this so your company looks to offer opportunities to under represented groups in the industry to attend. For those booking five or more tickets we will also offer an additional free ticket which can be used by someone under the age of 25 to encourage youth to attend and offer a platform to the next generation.

Details

Start Date:
Tuesday, 13th June 2023

Start Time:
0800hrs

End Date:
Wednesday, 14th June 2023

End Time:
1700hrs

Cost:
£0 – £750

Venue

The Custard Factory
The Custard Factory, Gibb Street, Deritend, Birmingham, UK

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