RISC OS Expo 2004 warms upBy Chris Williams. Published: 1st Feb 2004, 22:18:50 | Permalink | Printable
Pencil it in your diaryThe Dutch usergroup Big Ben Club has released initial details of its RISC OS Expo 2004 show. As usual, the event will be held in the Netherlands with this year's on Saturday June 19th. The venue will be the Hotel Mercure, located near the city of Utrecht.
"The Show offers exhibitions and promotions by various companies, including Dutch, German and British Acorn dealers and demonstrations by club members", event organiser Matt Hendriks explained. The Expo shows are described as the European mainland version of the WROCC's Wakefield shows.
"Visitors are members and non-members from Holland, Belgium and Germany, etc. Again, there will be the theatre next to the Expohall for demonstration purposes."
Recalling back to last year, the Expo attracted the likes of Castle, RISCOS Ltd., R-Comp, MW Software and oh yes, MicroDigital.
Big Ben Club website
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