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STEM education products highlighted at exhibition

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The sixth annual Edutech Africa exhibition took place recently at the Sandton Convention Centre and saw more than 80 companies and start-ups showcase their education offerings. RS Components South Africa supported the event by exhibiting some of the latest STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) education products on the market.

These events are important as they highlight the need for STEM education in the country as well as show off the various projects and initiatives that are already making waves not only in Africa but globally as well. RS Components supports many education initiatives annually and along with its DesignSpark platform, hopes to influence many more people to be as involved with and in this industrial revolution shift that we are now in. This year’s EduTECH Africa event explored the latest technology in education giving educators and lecturers the opportunity to transform from their classroom experience and deliver more engaging lessons to students. The event also provided attendees opportunities to learn and get insights during the many seminars that took place throughout the show.

Contact RS Components, Tel 011 691-9300, sales.za@rs-components.com

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