IALC & Edvisor launch series of Virtual Roadshows beginning with UED Agency Roadshow!

Written by William Barber 29 Juli 2020

IALC & Edvisor launch series of Virtual Roadshows beginning with UED Agency Roadshow!

IALC is very pleased to announce that their exclusive partnership with Edvisor, the leading technology provider in the education travel industry, has taken an exciting next step through the launch of a series of IALC & Edvisor Virtual Roadshows over the next 12 months.

Agents who are familiar with the world-class international events held by the Association will now be able to join Virtual Roadshows hosted by IALC and Edvisor and connect with IALC-accredited member schools in over 100 destinations.

IALC and Edvisor began this series of Virtual Roadshows working with Turkey agency association UED on 29 July where 10 IALC schools met with 10 UED agencies for a one-day Virtual Roadshow!

IALC & Edvisor will then host further Virtual Roadshows in Colombia, supported by agency Association ANEX on 19 August and in Mexico, supported by agency Association AMTE on 26 August.

Robin Adams, President of IALC and CES North America said:

“We are delighted to be working with Edvisor to present cost efficient B2B meetings.  These networking opportunities will allow quality, screened agents to meet with our IALC accredited schools, and explore how they can work together in the challenging months ahead.”

Nicolas Miller, CEO at Edvisor added:

“IALC and Edvisor have been collaborating for over three years now and the Virtual Roadshows represent an exciting new chapter in our partnership! We are thrilled to welcome IALC schools and agents to these virtual events as we further our shared objective of streamlining the school-agency collaboration and making international education more accessible to students everywhere.”

Further IALC & Edvisor Virtual Roadshow destinations will be announced in the coming weeks.

For further information on these IALC & Edvisor Virtual Roadshows go to www.ialc.org or contact info@ialc.org

 

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