The Schools & Academies Show


Schools and Academies Show

The CRB Cunninghams sales team were delighted to attend the Birmingham Academies Show. Newly rebranded to the Schools and Academies Show, the winter gathering provided an ideal opportunity to demonstrate our fantastic software solutions. Held at the NEC Arena in Birmingham, the show welcomed over 3,000 delegates throughout the day.

As market leaders in educational software, it was nice to meet both new and existing customers. Russell Hawes, Head of Sales for England and Wales commented “It is always a great opportunity to meet and greet education professionals. The feedback was extremely positive, especially on our integrated online payments solution. Multi-Academy Trusts are elated with our reporting and management functionalities.”

Many of our customers and partners visited the stand to say hello, however, if you missed us or have any further questions please call 0333 014 3065 or email


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