Educational Experience is an active participant at a variety of education sector professional and trade conferences. These conferences allow our team to bring together our quality resources and expertise to promote our brand to parents, education and retail professionals.


The recent Early Learning Association Australia conference, Together We Grow was held in Melbourne and our team was proudly representing Educational Experience. Early Learning Association Australia is the peak membership body representing the voice of parents and service providers of quality early learning for all children.

Our interactive and vibrant booth was visited by over 1000 attendees. ‘Nearly every attendee stopped in awe of our display,’ said Evan Redman, National Marketing & Communications Manager, one of our team on hand.


‘There was a strong theme of natural wooden resources and ours were the standout’, said Natalie Edwick, Marketing Specialist. One our most popular resources were the exclusive ed & cate™ Bamboo Construction kit.‘ Natalie attended a number of the session and was very impressed. ‘The sessions were interesting, engaging and thought-provoking, especially Lisa Bryant and Leanne Gibbs from Community Child Care Co-operative,’ said Natalie, ‘and Anthony Semann’s session on the notion of early child-care educators as ‘cyborgs’, human in the way that they have passion and enthusiasm for what they do, but robotic in the way they need to adhere to the many regulations and standards of the industry.’ It was great to bring many of our resources together and demonstrate how they can be used for educators to create beautiful and engaging spaces for children.

As you can see from the photos, the stall showed many of brilliant resources that help create stunning learning environments across the country,’ highlights Tracey Beagley, our Key Account Manager and lead organiser of the booth.

It is a huge task to plan, organise and execute a successful conference. From our team at Educational Experience we would like to thank all the team members who were involved.


Learn more about ELAA here

Learn more about Together We Grow here