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Plan Ahead for ICEF Toronto

In today’s competitive market, it’s all about who represents you and how you leverage those key partnerships. Arguably the competitive space that matters most in international student recruitment is not the students themselves, but it’s the agents who work with those students in key markets.  Are you ready for this competition, and are you making best use of your agent partners?

At Barton Carlyle we work with ICEF in a collaborative partnership as the provider of ICEF Achieve, the management consutancy service which helps education institution providers –  Schools, School Boards, Language Schools, Colleges and Universities – deliver outstanding strategies in all areas of international education.  Focussing on four key areas — international strategy (why), market research (where), international operations (how), and strategic risk (what might happen) — Barton Carlyle provides ICEF participants with a free initial consultation, and we’ll offer a seminar as part of the workshop program too.  Sign up for ICEF Toronto, and arrange to meet with us!

http://www.icef.com/en/workshops/icef-north-america-workshop-toronto/

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