South West show reports and photosPublished: 27th Feb 2007, 00:45:37 | Permalink | Printable
The what, when, where, why, who and how of the weekend's eventThe South West show for 2007 has been and gone, and all that remains is the news and gossip we picked up from the event. This year we've got two reports - one by an exhibitor and another by a punter - and some photos. Thanks to dgs and Mark Stephens for their hard work. Enjoy.
Dgs's report and gossip of the show
Mark Stephens's report of the show including the theatre presentations
Dgs's photos of the show
Show organiser John Stonier told us: "The show went better than expected, despite a reduction in the number of exhibitors.
"The crowds turned up, creating a positive atmosphere. Judging by people leaving the show with carrier bags, I would say that a lot of business was done. My own view is that another show in the South West is definitely needed, next year.
"A big thanks to all companies taking part and all those at the Wessex ARM User Group who helped out on the day. I would never have been able to run the show without them."
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