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EntaLive travels to Intel HQ

Trade roadshow will offer demonstrations and presentations from a wide range of vendors
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Entatech has announced a new date for its EntaLive roadshow - this time it's heading to Intel's HQ in Swindon on Tuesday 18th June.

Targeting system builders and integrators, EntaLive will include a range of demonstrations and presentations from leading peripheral and component vendors including Microsoft, Kingston, iiyama, Fractal and Zotac to name but a few. Entatech will run through their own system integration service and will give away a fully built rig to one lucky attendee. Delegates will also get the chance to meet with Entatech Account Managers and secure exclusive deals and promotions.

The event, which is free to attend, promises a wide variety of product displays, Q&A sessions and networking opportunities– all designed to help resellers to generate revenue and target new channels. The event will focus on the following:-

  • The diverse range of components and peripherals that Entatech distribute
  • Desktop and server integration
  • All in one and mini PCs
  • Market trends and new technologies
  • Generating new revenue streams

Headline partners Intel will be giving delegates an exclusive insight into their latest innovation, the Next Unit of Computing (NUC), as well as giving delegates an exclusive tour of their labs. Microsoft product specialists will also be outlining all the features and benefits of Windows 8 and Office 2013.

Each delegate who attends will be gifted with a host of freebies, including a free subscription to Microsoft Office 365, valid for a period of 12 months, courtesy of Entatech. They will also be entered into a free prize draw to win a series of prizes, including a new Intel NUC and will receive a complimentary lunch.

After the successful return of EntaLive at the Microsoft Campus recently, Entatech are keen to build on the effective results that these roadshows deliver. The majority of the feedback received from the delegates at this event was that it was informative and a good learning tool as well a useful opportunity to talk direct with the vendors about their specific needs.

Jon Atherton, Entatech Vice President commented on the event: “EntaLive has truly gone from strength to strength since its inception. EntaLive at Intel is yet another great opportunity for system builders and integrators to preview the latest innovations and learn about new and exciting product ranges, whilst acting as a fantastic hub for networking. Holding the event at one of our key vendor’s head offices, like Intel, is also guaranteed to give delegates an added incentive to attend.”

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