Networking Forum Saves School Buyers Time And Money was recently contacted by Forum Networking Events and asked to participate in their upcoming Education Facilities Forum in Atlanta on November 5th and 6th. If you're not familiar with this firm they have a very effective way of getting small groups of buyers and sellers together in professional settings for the sole purpose of business development, sales and marketing. Call it business matchmaking if you like.

The event attracts physical plant managers, facility executives, architects, engineers, administrators and other decision making professionals responsible for providing quality learning environments for students of all ages. This group of highly sought after people have expressed interest in meeting with select product and service providers to discuss their current and future requirements, upcoming bids and other business opportunities. Registered school attendees for the 2007 forum have some $137m to spend on new school construction and renovation projects across 149 sites over the next 12-24 months.

If you are a supplier to the education facilities market and would like to learn more about this event click here to inquire.

Happy networking!

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