Chetu To Exhibit At The National Charter Schools Conference In Washington DC

November 16, 2017 – Chetu is excited to announce that they will be exhibiting at the National Charter Schools Conference in the Nation's Capital, Washington D.C. The conference and tradeshow takes place on June 11ththrough June 14th at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center on 801 Mt Vernon Pl NW.

“NCSC is at a perfect time of year and helps spread the latest technology in eLearning to the organizations in search of learning more about them,” said Christopher Ulrich, National Account Manager for the eLearning industry at Chetu.” Our goal is to present Chetu's eLearning software solutions to those looking for a viable alternative to the out-of-the-box solutions on the market that may not meet their business needs.”

The National Charter Schools Conference delivers exceptional learning and networking opportunities for every participant. With inspirational keynote speakers, more than 130 engaging breakout sessions, and unique networking events, this national event has something for everyone.

About Chetu, Inc.:
Chetu optimizes development lifecycles by offering dedicated developers with specialized technology and industry expertise. Chetu's award-winning software development solutions span the entire elearning Industry including digital book keeping, document management, LCMS, SIS, LMS, and more. For more information, visit us at: www.chetu.com/e-learning.php

About NCSC:
The National Charter Schools Conference is the best learning and networking event for charter school educators, leaders and advocates. This conference is about being part of a movement, learning from the best in the field, and learning from each other. Meeting peers that struggle with the same issues you do – or have solutions to offer you – is an incredible learning experience.

Media Contact:
Ashley Stagray and/or Seth Burger
pr ( @ ) chetu dot com
954-342-5676

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