South West 2006 show exhibitors confirmedBy Chris Williams. Published: 26th Jan 2006, 21:19:54 | Permalink | Printable
All the usual faces plus theatre presentationsOrganisers for the South West show have confirmed the exhibitor list and presentation timetable for the event which takes place next month. RISCOS Ltd, Castle and AdvantageSix will each take to the stage to demonstrate their products and tout their recent developments. Eager users are expected to flock to the modest exhibition in north Somerset in hope of getting a sneak preview into developments that will be showcased at future events this year, or at least see what everyone else saw at the Christmas roadshow.
The full list so far includes: 3QD (formerly VirtualAcorn), APDL, AdvantageSix, Archive, BARUG, CJE Micros, Castle, David Snell, Fortran Friends, GeneSys (formerly OreganoUK), Icon Technology, John Norris, MW Software, Mathmagical, Orpheus Internet Services, Qercus, R-Comp, RISCOS Ltd, SSS, Spellings Services, StrongARM Systems, and The ARM Club.
Show boss John Stonier said, "All the above mentioned are coming. Please come and support the only RISC OS show in south west England."
New faces StrongARM Systems will be selling software for people such as head injury suffers and stroke victims seeking to recuperate their lost cognitive skills.
Taking place on Saturday February 18th at the Webbington Hotel, BS26 2XA, the show is set to open at 10am and close at 4.30pm.
South west show website
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