Melbourne quenches knowledge thirst with edtech show

Australia's largest education technology event saw over 10,000 people in attendance.

Meeting of minds: Australia's learning and development ecosystem converged at Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC) for EduTech 2022.
Meeting of minds: Australia's learning and development ecosystem converged at Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC) for EduTech 2022. Photo Credit: Melbourne Convention Bureau

Australia’s largest education technology event, EduTech, saw over 10,000 attendees descend on the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC) across 10 and 11 August.

Two days of networking had tech experts attending over 12 conferences, learning from 300 speakers, and connecting to more than 280 solution providers including a trade show with over 250 exhibitors.

Clients, including Google, Apple and Microsoft, occupied the MCEC utilising all three plenaries, eight exhibition bays, the eureka rooms, the courtyard rooms, the main foyer, the concourse and 14 meeting rooms.

EduTech is the only event that represents the entire learning and development lifecycle including preschool, school, higher education, vocational education, workplace learning, HR skills development and continued adult learning.

MCEC acting CEO, Helen Fairclough said: “MCEC is so proud to be the meeting place for the brightest minds from the education and technology industries.

"At our venue we like to look at things in an unconventional and new way, which is why this is the perfect place for EduTech, to ignite new ideas and inspire their audience to think differently.”



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