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It’s been another amazing year for us at Bett– we met some awesome people, caught up with lots of fellow Froggies, made exciting new friendships and talked so much most of us lost our voices.

We saw many inspiring speakers this year, MP Nicky Morgan, Sir Bob Geldof, Alistair Smith and Billy Downie to name just a few.

Our stand was constantly buzzing as usual. The colourful bags went down a treat, our funky lanyards had everyone talking and grabbing handfuls for their school, and the badges went down fantastically with the kids (and adults).

Widget the bear was a major hit – he spent four days mingling and socialising building up his contacts. He can’t wait to do it all over again next year. If you can’t wait till then you can catch him on 16 June at Frog 15 in Birmingham.

There was a massive buzz around Gareth Davies’ demo on FrogProgress, attracting scores of people all looking for the expert answer to life without levels. If you want to be the first to get your hands on FrogProgress, sign up for updates on our website, but for now you can check out the launch in the video below:

A massive thank you to the Woodlands School who gave a really impressive talk on their favourite apps, and to the Arden School for visiting us and interviewing Gareth – he enjoyed every second of it.

To wrap things up perfectly we won ICT Company of Year for the second time in three years. We’re very proud to win the award again so soon, it really is a tribute to our hard work and the achievement of our schools

If you didn’t make it to Bett, check out our round-up video below. We’ll see you all in 359 days at Bett 2016!

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