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Diversity Special: How to get involved in PCR’s September 2020 issue

The next issue of PCR will be looking at diversity in the channel, which includes our annual Top 25 Women in Tech feature.

Alongside this we will be looking at the refurb tech market, and running sector guides on creative tech & software, as well as refurbished hardware.

Opinions

We are looking for 500-700 word opinion/analysis pieces from the industry around diversity or the refurb market.

Top 25 Women in Tech – Feature

PCR’s Top 25 Women in Tech returns in our September print edition, where we’ll be highlighting the most influential women in the UK PC and tech channel. And nominations are now open for this year’s list, so click here to find out how to be included.

Diversity in the channel – Feature

We are looking for commentary on issues around diversity in the tech and IT channel. Please get in touch via the email below to find out how to contribute.

Sector Guide: Creative Tech and Software

For this guide we are looking for any PCs, laptops, peripherals and tablets designed specifically for creative professionals. We will also cover creative software. If you are a vendor or distributor who works with retailers and resellers, get in touch with specs, product description and hi res images.

Sector Guide: Refurbished Tech

Our other sector guide will feature refurbished hardware and tech. If you’re a vendor or distributor wanting to feature your products, get in touch with specs, product description and hi res images.

If you would like to be considered for any of these features and guides, email Michelle Winny at michelle.winny@biz-media.co.uk

Advertising in this issue

If you would like to get involved commercially in this issue there will be a variety of packages available to showcase your business to tech vendors, distributors, retailers, resellers and PRs. Please contact Sarah Goldhawk at sarah.goldhawk@biz-media.co.uk to find out more.

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