CreativeHut win company of the year at the BETT Awards 2023

WARRINGTON creative and educational resourses provider, CreativeHUT, has won a prestigious BETT award for Company of the Year.

The BETT Awards are recognised as one of the most prestigious awards in the education technology industry. They celebrate the creativity and innovation that is transforming education and are judged by a panel of experts from the education and technology sectors.

The judges commented on the fantastic energy and innovative approach from CreativeHUT, “a small player with a big heart! An ambitious company, using a strong range of partnerships to increase their attractiveness to young people, their reach and their impact.”

The award ceremony is part of BETT’s international flagship event at the ExCel in London with visitors from more than 120 countries. Thousands of visitors gather to meet with hundreds of EdTech providers, join CPD content sessions and network with their peers. The awards are a celebration of the inspiring creativity and innovation that can be found throughout technology for education. Produced in association with Besa, being a Bett Award Winner is simply the best way to showcase your organisation with a sign of excellence.

“We are thrilled to receive this recognition from the BETT Awards,” said the founder of CreativeHUT, Gareth Boldsworth. “This award is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our team, who have worked tirelessly to develop innovative educational technology solutions that truly make a difference in the lives of students and teachers.”

CreativeHUT is a full-service STEAM resources provider for the education sector, delivering training, workshops and the provision of state-of-the-art creative learning spaces. Experts in the development of 21st-century skills from early years all the way through to higher and further education. Working with partners including Premier League Football Clubs, Nissan and Google.

Over the last 12 months they have inspired over 15,000 students to build exciting futures through their workshops. They have opened five learning centres providing access for 750+ of the most deprived schools in the UK to the most cutting-edge resources, including LEGO® Education, Makeblock and Sphero. Delivering a 150% increase in web sales year-on-year, a 412% increase in demand for services, and finally working with not one but two England goalkeepers to deliver coding workshops to inner-city schools!

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