and IDG World Expo announced today that Xplain would manage all of the pavilions at IDG World Expo’s Macworld Conference & Expo, in New York (July 15-19, 2002), and in San Francisco (January 6-10, 2003).
Pavilions are special interest areas that allow exhibitors to target attendees interested in particular technology categories.
“Special interest pavilions will entice attendees to test the increasing number of hot, new products and applications at Macworld Conference and Expo, as they meet the experts behind the technologies,” said Rob Scheschareg, vice president of sales, marketing and product development at IDG World Expo. “We are excited that Xplain will be managing our special interest areas. They created our most successful pavilion to date with MacTech Central, and now other segments of the Mac community can also benefit from their expertise.”
Xplain and IDG have already announced several new pavilions that will be available in New York this summer — those pavilions include Bluetooth; Mobile Computing; Wireless Technologies; Enterprise Solutions; Education; Server Solutions; Networking; SciTech; Digital Media; Small Business; Assistive Technologies; Java; Scripting Solutions; Internet Services; Desktop Innovations; Consulting Services; and Linux/Unix and Mac OS X Ports.
“Macworld Conference & Expo is the premier Macintosh community event. The special interest pavilions, including MacTech Central, are a focal point at the Expo for Macworld attendees seeking out technologies and solutions in a specific market segment.” said Neil Ticktin, CEO of Xplain Corp. “With a mission focused on serving the specific communities, these pavilions have vendors of all types and sizes showcasing the best the Mac has to offer.”
Packages start at US$2,995 and vary according to area and applicable discounts. Contact Xplain Corp. for
more information on exhibiting in the pavilions