Mark ChambersMark Chambers: crucial to 'maintain a robust and forward thinking team'

Companies need deep pockets to work on Building Schools for the Future (BSF) projects, but it certainly provides some insulation against recession. Schools ICT supplier Ramesys, which claims 25 per cent of the BSF/academies market, will run a recruitment drive at the BETT 2009 show at Olympia, London, next week.

"It is crucial that we continue to maintain a robust and forward thinking team to help us reach our goals," says Ramesys chief executive Mark Chambers (pictured).

The company's priority is programme and project managers but it is also interested in "educational professionals to champion the use of ICT and engage and train school staff at all levels". Ramesys will have recruiters at the show on Thursday January 15.

Ramesys BETT stand H30