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Selling to schools guide

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Before selling to UK schools you need to understand the differences between the types of school and typical buying cycles.

There are a wide range of public schools, independent schools, academies and Multi Academy Trusts in the United Kingdom.

So, knowing the differences between them can help businesses to create a marketing strategy that appeals to decision makers.

In this e-guide, we provide brief and informative information for businesses who currently work with or are new to selling in the education sector.

Discover what it means to be a multi academy trust, typical buying cycles and how funding differs for those with special educational needs.

Find out whether your marketing is best aimed at the local council, head teacher, bursar or CEO with a specific interest in your service or teaching resource.

There are more than 33,000 educational establishments across the UK.

Because of this you need to consider which marketing channels to use, when and how to refine your audience.

To find out more download More Than Words’ selling to schools guide and start tapping into the UK’s valuable education sector.

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