Private Equity in Education returns to London on 26 February for the 9th time. It is a popular mergers and acquisitions (M&A) and private equity (PE) investor full-day conference brought to you by EducationInvestor Global.
This conference will offer a comprehensive overview of the political, economic and education market conditions under which investors will be operating in the UK and Europe.
Leading investors, operators and analysts will highlight opportunities amidst the uncertainty and explore how education investors can mitigate any potential risks posed by Brexit.
How macroeconomic and political developments impact M&A and PE deals for UK-based investors and exporters
Mitigation strategies for any potential risks posed by Brexit
Issues impacting education investment in the UK
Growing prospects for exporting to the developing world
Private-market vs public-market multiples
Putting technology at the heart of classrooms
As companies seek growth, the outlook for UK-based players in the education sector remains positive, despite uncertainty surrounding the UK’s withdrawal from the EU.
As companies seek growth, the outlook for UK-based players in the education sector remains positive, despite uncertainty surrounding the UK’s scheduled withdrawal from the EU.
However, companies need to be well prepared for potential mergers as they consider the next step in their organisation’s lifecycle.
Looking forward, market participants are generally bullish on the UK’s education sector, despite the uncertainty its divorce from the European Union could create. The wider European market is likely to withstand geopolitical turbulence and see an increasing number of deals play out across sub-sectors including early years, language training and further education.