Upcoming show newsBy Chris Williams. Published: 15th Feb 2004, 23:56:03 | Permalink | Printable
Wakefield and South West eventsWakefield 2004 [15th-16th May 2004]
The WROCC, organisers of the Wakefield shows, have posted online an exhibitor list for their two day 2004 event, held in Yorkshire, UK. As well as the usual crowd of show attending developers and dealers, there's a few new faces including the 'RISCOS Packaging Project' and 'MathMagical Software'. The WROCC are expecting further stand bookings.
The WROCC are planning to host 12 theatre presentations over the show weekend with most slots booked so contact the organisers with haste if you want to showcase your wares to the show-going public. Given the growing trend for RISC OS media outlets to dispatch representatives to show threatres, they act as a great platform from which to launch your next project. That goes for all events, naturally.
As event supremo Chris Hughes' modestly put it: "The Wakefield Show is traditionally the place where many new things are launched or announced, so don't miss the premier RISC OS show in the calender."
South West Show 2004 [28th February 2004]
We were worried we'd have to do most of the publicity for John Stonier's South West Show, however John's discarded his meek approach to PR and told the world of his event, which is supported by the Bristol Acorn Risc User Group and Wessex ARM User Group.
The show, which takes place in Somerset, UK, is a single day affair with Castle, RISCOS Ltd. and Finnybank running show presentations. As well as the usual exhibitors, the South West show offers a fair number of new faces: David Snell, Ray Favre, 'SSS' and 'StrongArm Systems'.
Also, CJE/NCS are for the event calling for old packaging to re-use and recycle. Boxes for RiscPCs, A7000s and monitors are all welcome, see the list for full info.
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