The British Educational Training and Technology (BETT) Awards confirmed the shortlist for its 2020 awards. Of the twenty awards, Scanning Pens was shortlisted to all four categories which include: Digital Devices, Exporter of the Year, Special Educational Needs Solutions, and Company of the Year (over 3m).
The BETT Awards were established alongside the BETT Show. The aim of the BETT show is to create a global education community where people come together to celebrate, find inspiration, and discuss the future of education. A part of that is seeing how technology and innovation enable educators and learners to thrive.
Jack Churchill, Co-Founder and CEO of Scanning Pens said this, “on the back of becoming the BETT export champion 2019, as a company, we’re absolutely thrilled to be announced as finalists for 2020. This last year has been the biggest one yet for Scanning Pens. Our support is reaching more people every day and we’ve launched a new dyslexia awareness campaign that went global. We can’t wait to see what 2020 brings for literacy support.”
Scanning Pens’ ReaderPen was recently awarded the Innovation Award for Technology from nasen (National Association of Special Educational Needs).