Xplain Corp. on Monday announced they will be offering packages to U.S.-based companies in the pavilion area at Apple Expo Paris. The show takes place from September 16 – 20, 2003, and will be held at the Porte De Versailles in Paris.
Xplain has operated the Special Interest Pavilions at Macworld Conference & Expo in recent years as well as and Macworld CreativePro in New York City. According to Xplain the pavilions provide exhibiting companies with an affordable and turnkey method to reach their target audiences face-to-face without requiring a large staff or display. In turn, attendees with particular interests can experience first-hand the very latest Macintosh technology for specific market segments in a cohesive setting.
“Apple Expo is Europe’s premier Macintosh event. Last year’s introduction to this marketplace was such a fabulous success for our exhibitors, it was obvious we had to do it again. We’re proud to offer affordable exhibit packages enabling US companies to expand their market share into Europe,” said Neil Ticktin, CEO of Xplain Corp.
More information on the pavilions is available from
Xplain’s Web site.