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ICEF holds face to face networking event in Berlin

ICEF, the international education global networking event company, returned in-person this year for its 27th edition in Berlin.

Attendees at ICEF Berlin's event. Photo: ICEF Berlin

1,436 organisations with representatives from 120 countries in 6 continents attended

Some 1,774 participants attended the event, with 753 onsite and 1021 online. The event was held over four days, with the first three days being hybrid, and the fourth virtual only.

“The excitement in Berlin was really palpable, with everybody so happy to see each other again, and a feeling that the industry was at last definitely turning a page towards a brighter future”

1,436 organisations with representatives from 120 countries in 6 continents attended. During the event, 51 seminars were held. There were also over 800 agents and 500 providers at the event. 

“It felt so good to organise our first in-person event again, after what seemed like such a long and difficult time for all of us,” said Markus Badde, CEO of ICEF. 

“We were also really thrilled to see ICEF’s very first hybrid event take place, with nearly 1800 participants from 120 countries holding over 21500 one-to-one meetings, both onsite and online. The future is here!”

Platinum sponsors of the event included ApplyBoard, English Path GBS, GBSB Global Business School, Torrens University Australia and Universidad Europea

“The excitement in Berlin was really palpable, with everybody so happy to see each other again, and a feeling that the industry was at last definitely turning a page towards a brighter future. 

“All in all, we are very proud to have organised such a massive hybrid event and also to have reunited the international education sector once again in Berlin to start rebuilding our industry,” Badde added.

 

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