Despite expected rise in visitor numbers, the event is "about quality not quantity", organiser says

London move to boost Channel Expo

Channel Expo 2010 is set to see more visitors than last year, thanks to its London move and educational programme, the event’s organisers have said.

The show, which is the UK’s biggest PC channel event, takes place on 12 – 13 May at the National Hall, Olympia, after previously being held at the Birmingham NEC.

“This decision was taken after extensive analysis of both the show’s exhibitor and visitor database, and also because it opens up wider opportunities for our exhibitors,” Mark Burton, publisher at Incisive Media, told PCR.

“With the move to London, exhibitors confirmed and the education programme I would expect to see us up on 2009 figures. For exhibitors, it’s about quality not quantity,” he added.

Channel Expo educational programme includes two theatres and demonstrations from major vendors including Google, Microsoft, IBM and HP.

To read our interview with Mark Burton in full, click here.

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