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: 관리자 : Mon, 23 April 2018, 9:37 AM

The Last Educare & Kidsfair of 2017 at COEX!

The 40th annual Seoul Int'l Young Children Educare & Kids Fair was held today (Nov 23) at COEX A, B and D halls.

With a total of 1,350 booths and 300 companies participating in the exhibition, it is a must go-to event for those interested or in need of education programs and products for children ages 2 to 9.  Among exhibiting companies there are Tun Tun English Baby League, Smart Study (Pink Fong), Kids Schole, Yoons English School, Orda Korea, Great Books, Gym World, English Egg, MCA Sand, BIR, TongBang Books, Yelimdang, Board Games Korea, Tun Tun English Junior, Vissang, Kidsaone, Lg U+, and Jangone.


The exhibition is expected to attract more than 80,000 visitors as it allows visitors to see infant to childhood education programs and products in one place. In addition, an exhibition themed on children's development is planned to take place at Hall B. This hall will exhibit items that help with your child's development and living products. Visitors can expect to see themed sections, such as Children's Living, Kids Library, Outdoor Zone, Latest Ed, Kids Toy Zone.

At the 40th Educare & Kidsfair visitors can expect to be wowed by everything it has to offer about children's education and care; foreign languages, extracurricular activities (music, arts, PE, etc...), mathematics and science, publishings, school materials, construction companies in education, home furnishings, tech, home appliances, food, medicine and skincare, and apparel to name a few.

Taking more than 20 years of experience organizing this exhibition, SEGE Fairs will now be catering to businesses as well. B2B exhibition is to be held at Hall D concurrent to the Educare & Kidsfair. There, professionals and businesses will able to participate in a catered Biz-Matching program and learn from the top of the early education field at the Educare Leaders Forum (ELF). 10,000 education professionals, 3,000 overseas buyers, 1,000 media outlets are expected to come. This will give exhibitors at the B2C exhibition (Educare & Kidsfair) an opportunity to meet buyers and also learn about what it takes to expand their business abroad.

Hall B will hold a number of seminars that empowers caregivers each day. Each addressing challenging questions a care provider can have about early childhood education. Here's a sneak peek at some of the seminars offered:  "Mom is a Coding Teacher", "Using Children E-Books at 200%", "Learning English through Acting", "Getting Hands-on with Coding", "Mastering Korean, the Sejong Way".


Every morning, an early bird event will take place at Hall A and Hall B where on a first-come-first-serve basis, 200 winners will receive a high-quality gift bag curated by the exhibition organizer. For more information on events and prizes, check out the website.

Admission tickets are 5,000 won but it is free when you pre-register online at the Educare & Kidsfair homepage.

Min Jae, Cho, the CEO of Sege fairs enthusiastically comments, "This is by far the best place to find out about the latest news and findings about early childhood education for childcare professions." He adds, "we're especially excited about the conference, which will cover the topic of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, and its outlook on early childhood education.


This article is translated from Aving New Network. Direct link to the original article is as follows: http://educare.co.kr/wordpress/?p=1815


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