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Our design team and account managers are spreading their wings over the next week as they attend and present at two very different education and thought leadership conferences.

First stop is the EdSpaces conference, held this year in Milwaukee, WI. This is one of the highlights of our event year as the purpose of the conference reflects Natural Pod’s own intent to explore how the convergence of technology, space, and pedagogy impact learning.

EdSpaces always attracts a unique knowledge community, giving us the opportunity to connect with a diverse group of stakeholders who design, build, equip, and manage educational environments and who are equally committed to increasing successful learning outcomes. Connecting with this education community affords us the chance to understand more deeply their present challenges, successes and needs, and how we can serve them better.

When and Where: EdSpaces – Milwaukee, WI – October 23-25th 2019

The second conference we’re attending is very different but equally meaningful. Our Director of Design, Allan Alomes, and senior account manager, Roxanne Abel, will be heading to the BCPTA Fall Conference (British Columbia Primary Teachers’ Association) being held this year in Nanaimo, British Columbia, very close to where our product is made. This year the conference is themed’ Inspiring Teachers,’ so we’re extra excited to be attending as we always want to support any opportunity to celebrate education heroes, plus we especially look forward to this conference as it gives our team the opportunity to connect with our existing educator customers, as well as new faces, and engage in meaningful person to person conversations around the challenges they face in early education environments and how we can support them.

We will be showcasing Natural Pod’s learning space furniture and early learning manipulatives, so we look forward to sharing our vision with all those who will be attending.

When and Where: BCPTA Fall Conference – Nanaimo, BC – October 24-25th 2019