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PCR RETAIL BOOT CAMP: Have you registered for the VIP retail event?

The countdown to the first ever PCR Retail Boot Camp has begun, with dealers urged to register their interest early to avoid disappointment.

The event, which is free for retailers to attend, takes place on Wednesday May 2nd at The Brewery, Chiswell Street, London. The programme for the day will see a conference session in the morning, which will include inspiring sessions from the PC/IT channel and High Street consultants on how to improve business practices, plus what promise to be lively panel debates on the topics facing dealers right now – including the thorny issue of online retail.

After a free lunch, the expo opens, with distributors and suppliers promising special show offers and new dealer promotions. A series of break-out sessions and workshops will also allow smaller groups of retailers to get hands-on with new products and receive valuable advice from their business partners.

An after-show party, sponsored by VIP, will round off the day’s events.

Only the UK’s top 250 PC and IT dealers will be able to attend the event, with retailers and resellers invited to register their interest by emailing pcrbootcamp@intentmedia.co.uk.

A number of the market’s leading suppliers have already pledged their support of PCR Retail Boot Camp. Micro P is the event’s Connected Home Partner, while VIP, EntaTech, G Data and Arctic are Platinum Partners. Wasp and TP Link have signed up as Gold Partners.

A limited number of Event Partner Packages are available. Contact pcr-online-staff@transfer.pcr-online.biz or pcr-online-staff@transfer.pcr-online.biz to find out more. Alternatively, call 01992 535647 for details.

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