The next issue of PCR, which hits desks at the beginning of October, will look at the world of smart tech, featuring opinions and analysis around the sector as well as product guides looking at the latest smart home products and smartphone accessories.
Here’s how you can get involved:
Sector Guide: Smart Home
From smart assistants to and smart cameras and locks, we’ll be featuring the latest in-home tech on the market. If you’re a vendor or distributor in this arena, get in touch!
Sector Guide: Smartphones and accessories
We will also be rounding up the latest smartphones as well as the earphones, chargers and cables to use with them, so if you want your products to get in front of retailers and resellers, show us what you’ve got.
Events, Appointments and Charity News
Whether you’re a retailer, distributor, service provider, vendor, charity or trade body, if you have an upcoming event, any new appointments, or any charity news, we would love to include them in our next issue. You make PCR what it is and we want to celebrate and highlight all the great work that the tech retail industry does!
Company features and commentary
Each month we run Q&As with companies in the sector we’re focusing on for that issue. We also always welcome commentary on the industry from experts.
If you would like to be considered for any of these features and guides, email Laura Barnes at email@example.com by Friday 13th September.
Advertising in this issue
If you would like to get involved commercially in this issue there will be a variety of packages available. Please contact Beccy Barr at Beccy.Barr@biz-media.co.uk by Wednesday 18th September.
PCR’s Top Women in Tech 2019: We’ll be highlighting 25 women that have made a positive impact in the industry over the past year, and we need YOU to submit yourself or your colleagues. Email firstname.lastname@example.org now to find out how to submit your entry.
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