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PCR Boot Camp North opens doors on Wednesday

PCR Boot Camp North opens doors on Wednesday November 12th at the Royal Armouries in Leeds, providing a series of conferences, panel sessions, exhibitions and networking for the tech channel.

As usual, it’s completely free for both retailers and resellers to attend – here are 12 free gifts, offers and deals you’ll pick up on the day.

All you have to do to claim them is sign up here and turn up.

Key details:

Date: Wednesday 12th’ November

Location: Royal Armouries Museum, Armouries Drive, Leeds, LS10 1LT

Tel: 0113 220 1999

You’ll spend a day learning about the market trends that will effect YOUR business in the year ahead, get hands-on with some of the latest products at the afternoon expo, and get the chance to network with peers, distributors and vendors at an after-show party in a private gallery viewing at the Royal Armouries Museum

Plus claim your free prize on the day – a choice of a free Turtle Beach Ear Force Z22 Amplified Gaming Headset, or a Sol Republic Tracks HD headset worth around £100.

Microsoft will also be running a special break out room to educate on it’s cloud products and how resellers and retailers can make more money from it.

For more details or to sign up any colleagues – click here. Or email

PCR Boot Camp North Schedule

11.00am – Registration & Coffee

11.30am – Introduction, Dominic Sacco, PCR

11.35am – Welcome, Nicola Young, Microsoft

11.45am – New products, new frontiers – Carl West, GfK

12.00am – Panel session: How to make money from gaming and system building

12.20pm – Selling to the subconscious, Frank Deer

12.40pm – Lunch and exhibition time

1.40pm – Where the tech retail market is headed – Himanshu Pal, Kantar Retail

1.50pm – Is cloud the only future?- Kevin Jefcoat, Mdisk

2.00pm – Keynote: Opportunities, threats, and the tech gender gap – Sarah Shields, Dell

2.20pm – Exhibition and networking

5.30pm – After party

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