Adobe is going to MacExpo 2001, the only Mac show in Europe this year. The show will be held at the Business Design Centre in London, Nov. 22-24.
"As part of our commitment to the UK Mac Market, Adobe will take part at MacExpo 2001," Jayne Birch, Marketing Manager of Adobe said in announcing his company's presence. "Attendees of the show will be in for a treat, they will see our latest exciting product lines which includes Illustrator 10, InDesign 2, Photoshop 6 and Adobe Go Live 5."
Last month Apple announced its plans to exhibit at a UK-based expo for the first time in four years. The company has booked a large space at the upcoming MacExpo event.
Other companies already signed include Microsoft, Hewlett Packard, Sony, Macromedia, IBM, MacWarehouse, LaCie, Epson UK, Iomega UK and Microtek Europe. MacExpo is an event that features the latest in Macintosh products and solutions, including special areas for games and edutainment, developers, design and art, music and audio and more.
"We are delighted that Adobe have joined so many other leading companies for MacExpo 2001," Show Director Bob Denton said. "With pre-registered visitors at an all time high and new exhibitors signing daily, MacExpo 2001 looks set to be unmissable for Mac aficionados throughout the UK."
Free tickets are currently available through online registration.
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