Coordinated by MacExpo Events Ltd, MacExpo 2001 has been
in the news
a couple of times this week, because Apple has agreed to participate in the event. It’s the first time in four years that Apple has exhibited at a Mac trade show in the UK.
The event will feature an exhibit hall filled with Mac vendors and several streams of seminars, as well. Seminars include Apple product sessions, Pro sessions, User sessions, and Education sessions, each with different product and solution focuses.
This year’s MacExpo will sport five feature areas, according to the show’s coordinators:
Games and Edutainment feature
this special area of the hall will gather the latest in entertainment and home education.
this is a special turnkey area to prompt small to medium developers to bring their products and demonstrate them at MacExpo.
Internet Design & Art feature
all the best in Web site design and graphics brought together for your ease of review.
Solutions Expert feature
a focus on the experts in a particular subject area that can give best advice on the appropriate solutions for that sector.
Music and Audio feature
building on the iTunes product this feature will show how to make the most of the audio capabilities of your Mac.
Exhibitors already confirmed for the event include Apple, Allied Dunbar, AM Micro Distribution, Apple House, AppleOnline, AViStreaming, Contour Design Europe, CPS Ltd, Data World UK, Digicom, Digit magazine, Electronic Imaging magazine, Graphics International magazine, Duraweld Ltd, Extensis Europe, Heidelberg, Hermstedt UK, Hewlett Packard, Iomega UK, Iproof Systems, Irez Technologies, Keyspan, LaCie, Mac Repair Centre, MacAcademy, Macally, Macline Ltd, Macromedia Europe, MCE Tech, Powerlogix, The MacSurgery, MacUnlimited, MacUser magazine, Macworld magazine, Marketlink, Microtek Europe BV, Mycelium, OakTree Software, OKI Systems, The PC Bookshop, Quark, Splash Printing Ltd, Team Agenda, and VTC (UK) Ltd.
MacExpo 2001 is scheduled for November 22 – 24, 2001 at the Business Design Centre in Islington, London, England. For more details visit the