BETT SHOW, largest education technology show in the world, sees Doga shine with its t-MBA Digital, Global Youth Network, and t-MBA Project World award ceremony.
t-MBA Digital, the online version of Doga Schools t-MBA Model, was launched last year and since then it has caught the attention of many. t-MBA Digital schools from Russia, Finland, Netherlands, and other corners of the world came together this year at BETT to share with the rest of the world the benefits of being part of the t-MBA Digital and a partner with global leading k-12 brand, Doga Schools. Global Youth Network members also shared the spotlight and presented how they are gaining many benefits by being part of this network. A spectacular award ceremony took place and was an eye catching event during the show. Hundreds gathered around Doga’s stand to witness the third annual award ceremony of the t-MBA Project World Contest. The ceremony was hosted by t-MBA Student, Gokhan Gargoglu, who gave the background of previous years winners to the audience and who proudly presented the award to this year’s winning projects. The first place this year was taken by “Go for Green” from Marcanti School in the Netherlands. Dr. Eileen Lento, Marketing and Strategy Director, from Intel gave a few words about the importance ofhaving companies and schools come together and have such initiatives like t-MBA Project World prior to presenting the funded check by Doga of $5,000USD to the “Go for Green Project”. Lady Caroline Kennard, Britannica International Business Development Director, did the honors of presenting this year’s 2nd place $3,000USD award to Young Political Talent Group” project from Netherlands. The ceremony came to a close with the presentation of the third place award of $2,000USD, which was presented by John McDermott, Head of Channel Partner Manager, from Promethean to the “Food Bank” from London UK.