AIRC conference 2018 Florida

The AIRC Annual Conference is the only event of its kind, where over 400 representatives meet to network, discuss market trends and analysis, and strategically-based international student recruitment processes, solutions and policy. We are delighted to say that this year we are not only attending the event but are proud to be conference sponsors. As part of this role, Pamela will be hosting two special, invitation-only conference breakfasts on Thursday and Friday. Keep a look out for your invitation or get in touch if you would like discuss further (pamela@bartoncarlyle.com).

Alongside the breakfast events Barton Carlyle will be an exhibitor. Visit us at stand number 7, meet Pamela, and discuss how we can help you to navigate today’s challenging international education landscape. As experts in the field, we are uniquely positioned to support your organisation in respect to strategy, risk management and market insight. Visiting us at AIRC is the perfect opportunity to talk over just how we can help you. The event runs in Weston, Florida on December 5 – 8,.

For conference updates follow us on Twitter @bartoncarlyle for all the news, updates and photos from the event search #AIRCConf.

More information about the conference can be found on the AIRC website: https://www.airc-education.org/

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