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November 22, 2021

Happy2Host Education is Officially a Google for Education Partner

We are excited to announce that Happy2Host Education is now the  first black owned Google for Education Partner in the United Kingdom! We have been working on gaining our official status for a while but are now finally in a position to make an even bigger difference to the EdTech landscape.

Happy2Host Education joins a select group of organisations recognised for excellent technical knowledge and strategy to address customer needs via Google Cloud technologies. We are recommended by Google for Education for the delivery of our high-quality professional development, consulting, training and technical services to schools and colleges around the world. Our Google for Education services include: Google Certified Educator Level 1, Google Certified Educator Level 2 and bespoke Digital Strategy.

We also pride ourselves on creating opportunities to support the career progression of a range of diverse and underrepresented trainers and consultants. We are ecstatic that this Google partnership will allow us to reach out to even more educators.

Positive change doesn’t come from one person. It comes from bringing together a selection of ideas, experiences, thoughts, notions, passions, and perspectives from groups with diverse life experiences. That’s why we’re champions of diversity and inclusion; why we’re dedicated to using collective knowledge and voices to illustrate the significance of edtech for success.

Our CEO, Lawrence Tijjani  had the following words:

“This achievement is even more significant as we are the first black owned Google for Education Partner in the United  Kingdom. Diversity and inclusion are at the core of what we do. We are striving to become a beacon agency that draws on and celebrates the experiences, insights and talents of trainers that truly reflect our society (ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation and disability).  This achievement is step one in the right direction towards creating a more diverse edtech community