Thinking about exhibiting at
Macworld Conference & Expo in San Francisco this coming January?
Xplain Corp. is making it possible for exhibitors to take part in turnkey pavilions on the show floor, with early bird discounts available for a few more days.
The show’s coordinators are anticipating a turnout of nearly 60,000 people at the San Francisco, Calif. show, which is set to happen January 5 – 9, 2004 at the Moscone Center.
Xplain’s turnkey pavilion packages provide a way for companies to show their wares at Macworld Expo without having a large staff, budget or display. The company coordinates market areas at the show including:
MacTech Central: Developer Tools and Technical Products Enterprise, Business, Networking and Server Solutions Digital Media, Graphic and Publishing Solutions Wireless Technologies and Bluetooth Solutions QuickTime and multi-platform multimedia technologies Education, Edutainment, and Assistive Technologies SciTech: Math and Science technologies for discovery International: for companies new to the US marketplace
Turnkey packages include a 1-meter station with storage; padded stool; 500W electrical hookup; wastebasket and nightly cleaning; carpet and padding; station header for company ID; four exhibitor badges; security; listing in the Macworld San Francisco 2004 show guide and more. Early bird prices range from US$2,995 for a single station to $5,995 for a double station. Regular prices for each are $1,000 more.
The early bird discounts are available through Friday, October 31, 2003. Normal prices resume on Monday, November 3, 2003. More details are available on the
Macworld Conference & Expo is owned and operated by IDG World Expo. Turnkey pavilion packages are managed by Xplain Corp. Both IDG World Expo and MacCentral are owned by IDG.