The Challenge simply could not exist without the support of its ‘Partners’. All of them have a genuine interest in education and, by way of their support, are hoping to encourage young people to consider taking up a career in Engineering or its associated industries. If you would like to find out more about what each of them do, click on their logo to get a brief overview of their business and their contact details.
We are thrilled to announce that ICT Direct have come on board with the Challenge to supply the laptops and network which will be used in this year’s World Final. We have had a long relationship with them and are grateful for their generous support which will facilitate the running of the Final at Gaydon on 21st June.
John Graham, Head of Public Sector Sales of ICT Direct had this to say:
ICT Direct are thrilled to be partners of the prestigious Jaguar Maths in Motion Challenge.
We are are providing 40 high specification Dell laptops for the finalists to use on 21st June at The Heritage Motor Centre, Gaydon. The robust, high quality machines will be used by the finalists in their preparations to win the World Final.
John Graham, Head of Public Sector Sales at ICT Direct commented, “It is a real privilege to be associated with the Jaguar Maths in Motion Challenge. It’s a tremendous way to engage with young people and inspire them in careers such as engineering. The opportunity to solve real life problems and work as a team is an experience that will genuinely make them stand out from their compatriots as they embark on their careers.”
ICT Direct are very proud that a number the finalists for 2017 are their customer, including; Bedwas High School Caerphilly, Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School Lincolnshire, The Chatham & Clarendon Grammar School Kent. ICT Direct have supplied these schools with a range of robust refurbished ICT equipment over the years including PCs, laptops, servers, monitors and printers, providing excellent quality to the schools whilst delivering substantial cost savings.