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Our award-winning services from our education experts covers the Apple, Microsoft and Google eco-systems, as well as bespoke offerings such as media training and computational thinking.
We're able to give your sporting organisations and teams a digital edge, up-skilling team members, exploring your heritage and engaging with communities.
Our team boasts a wealth of experience from well practiced business professionals working with everyone from start-ups to local authorities, large organisations and governments.
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AspirEd is our very own online e-learning and community hub developed by the expert education team here at A2B. We offer comprehensive and interactive courses focussed on teaching and learning with technology.
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Award-winning education, sport and business technology company Aspire 2Be is delighted to announce the appointment of former national Headteacher of the Year nominee Derek Peaple as Director of Operations for its new Aspire 2Be London Office from 1 September. Derek’s appointment reflects Swansea-based Aspire 2Be’s rapid growth across all three sectors as the only UK
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