William The Maths Bear's 'Paws For Thought' At The BETT Show Spring 2017
8th February 2017
Hello Tiny Humans!
We are back from the BETT Show and I must say, we had a wonderful show! I spent a lot more time on the stand this year, behaving myself like a good bear and the rest of the team were incredibly busy so we don't have so many selfies this year, but here are some of the best photos we captured.
I had a superhero outfit on this year - check out my awesome superhero poses!
Here I am on our gorgeous new stand...
Which you can admire in it's entirety below.
You can see how happy I was to be there...
...Although you can also see my dismay at the realisation of how much weight I've put on over Christmas!
I was also quite upset as you can see when I realised I'd missed Heston Blumenthal's BETT Arena talk... that man can do amazing things with fish (my favourite food). Or had I just remembered I left the gas on?
I still did a great job as ConquerMaths Ambassador, as you can see, I was even giving demonstrations!
I even got to go for a little wander which was fun.
Of course my favourite part of the show is meeting the extra tiny humans! I couldn't eat a whole one (just kidding!) but they are smashing. Here they are mobbing me and our stand - they were so excited!
My photographer still managed to get a few snaps of my selfies with the attendees, but most were so quick! You see how much I still make the humans smile.
But I must admit my favourite selfies were with my complete idol ConquerMaths Managing Director Mr Richard Hunter. Here we are together, deep in thought about maths...
He looks completely comfortable doesn't he?
All in all a great show!
Now I simply can't wait for the Education Show at Birmingham's NEC in March - if you haven't registered yet, you can do so here. We hope to see you there!
Till next month Tiny Humans!
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