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Channel Live 17! The NEW Exhibition for the Channel

Swink Events is delighted to announce a new trade only exhibition, conference and thought leadership event, Channel Live. The show will replace the current Convergence Summit series and has been launched to reflect the changing market.

Taking place at the NEC, Birmingham, on the 12th and 13th of September 2017 Channel Live is expected to be the biggest show the Channel has seen for over a decade.

The event has been designed to be engaging, educational, and inclusive and to provide the perfect platform for Channel companies to future-proof their businesses and shape their product portfolios.
Partnerships will be a key theme for the event and the exhibition will attract visitors and exhibitors from the entire cross section of the ICT Channel.

Digital Transformation and Digital Disruption are impacting the Channel more than ever before. Businesses are changing the way they operate and yet many Channel organisations are not adapting to this new environment. Never before has the Channel faced such a threat to their market. By engaging with this trend and partnering with the right suppliers Channel partners can thrive in the modern world.

Miles Bossom, CEO of Swink Events, commented, “I am delighted to be launching a new show to continue to serve the Channel. The Convergence Summit has experienced unprecedented success over the last fourteen years but like the market, we must evolve too. Channel Live will bring an exciting new vibe to a market that wants a large trade show held in the midlands and so that is what we are delivering. The market spoke and we listened, we are confident it will be a complete success.”

The Channel Live website will go live later this year which will have more information about the event. In the meantime, if you want to find out more about the event, or book a stand, please email Paul Johnson at or Mat Swift at or call the Swink Events office 01892 538348.

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David Dungay

Editor - Comms Business Magazine