With just five weeks to go before the Convergence Summit Opens its doors to the Channel the show has already been a runaway success with a record number of companies signing up to exhibit!
The show, which will take place at Sandown Park on the 27th and 28th of September, has been put together in partnership with IT distributor Exertis which has attracted a number of new exhibitors in the IT space. The show will remain the number one place to network and source new suppliers for resellers and dealerss as the market evolves every year.
Visitors can sign up to attend the show for FREE here http://south.convergencesummit.co.uk/
Long time exhibitor Brian Iddon, MD of Venus Communications, commented “Venus are excited to be involved with Convergence Summit South yet again. We have recently announced our 10 gigabit circuit offering and look forward to sharing this with partners and resellers at the show. Venus are unique in the way we work with resellers, offering wholesale fibre leased lines with dedicated account management and technical expertise. We have recently improved our service offering to resellers through white label resources, sales and product training and a pre survey team to speed up the installation process.”
A spokesperson from Microsoft commented on what they are looking for at the show, “We will learn about our customers and their businesses with a beginner’s mind and then bring solutions that meet their needs. We will be insatiable in our desire to learn from the outside and bring it into Microsoft, while still innovating to surprise and delight our users. Convergence Summit South give us the opportunity to meet our partners first hand, showcasing the latest solutions in the IT sector.”
New exhibitor Assured Energy spoke to Comms Business about their show offering, “We are exhibiting to demonstrate AssuredEnergy+ which offers the reseller community new income streams through the delivery of low cost energy supplies from trusted sources. This is essentially an ‘energy broker in a box’ solution which allows resellers to offer more to their clients by offering a valued service at low cost, and in a way that poses no risks to existing business. AssuredEnergy+ provides immediate income with commercial benefits ranging from a share of Introducer Fee to a sliding scale of commission payments in shared revenue models.”
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