BETT Show 2016 Review

28-01-2016

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Between the dates of 20th and 23rd January, CRB Cunninghams were proud exhibitors at the BETT Show at the ExCel exhibition centre in London.


The BETT Show is the most popular show in the UK for exhibiting products designed for the education sector, and we had a wide variety of products on display at our stand, located at position F81. Exhibiting our Cashless Catering, Online Payments, Electronic Registration and much more, our stand received lots of serious and professional interest and enquiries from both new and old customers.


We were excited to release our newest product, the iDReader Pro, which was well received by all that encountered it. The iDReader Pro is a multi purpose identity authorisation device, designed for a multitude of functions required in schools. An impressed visitor speaking with one of our representatives described it as an innovative piece of technology which could change the more laborious and time consuming processes during the school day.


Overall the show was a great success and we would like to take this opportunity to thank everybody that attended the show and for the support we received.


We hope to see you at next year’s BETT Show!


@crbcunninghams

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