Thinking about exhibiting at
Macworld Conference & Expo
in San Francisco this coming January?
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.