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School Suppliers Guide 2013 November 14, 2012

Posted by Alex, Managing Director in New releases.
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In Spring 2013 we are publishing the eighth edition of the School Suppliers Guide, allowing educational products and services to be brought to the attention of bursars, business managers, procurement managers and administrators in academies and free schools.

This printed guide will be distributed to every academy and free school in the UK. The accompanying website and eBook publication will allow a much larger additional distribution to the wider educational world, making it the ideal place to promote your organisation to this most vibrant and exciting area of education in the UK.

As of October 1st 2012, there were 2373 academies and free schools, with that number set to rise further over the next 12 months as more schools realise the benefits of the freedom and autonomy that follow conversion.

For the first time, these schools are free from Local Authority restraint. They have full control over their budget and purchasing power and are keen to explore the commercial market now open to them.

Our 50 years of experience in educational publishing means that John Catt Educational are ideally placed to help take your organisation straight on to the desk of a school’s budget holder. The School Suppliers Guide builds on the success of Academy magazine, launched by us in October 2011 and already a respected and admired publication.

For more information on how to use the guide to connect your organisation with decision-makers and budget-holders at big-spending schools, please contact Mark Ayriss on 01394 389 857 or via email on mayriss@johncatt.com

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