Macworld Conference & Expo coordinator IDG World Expo on Tuesday announced that more companies sign up daily to exhibit at the show, which takes place at San Francisco, Calif.’s Moscone Center from January 5 – 9, 2004.
New exhibitors recently added to the roster include Macromedia, MYOB and Intuit. They join companies like Apple, Adobe, Aspyr, Avid, Canon, Epson, FileMaker, Harman Multimedia, HP, Microsoft, Roxio, Xerox and many others, according to IDG World Expo.
Like the Macintosh itself, Macworld Conference & Expo is in its 20th year. The event will serve as the first look for new products on the Mac platform, and others will use the show as a public debut all together.
EazyDraw will show off a new version of their vector-based drawing application, now fully Panther-compatible and incorporating new features, improved performance and a new interface; Iogear Inc. plans to show off BOSS — Broadband Office Storage Server — an all-in-one network server that features storage, secure Internet access and networking features; NetTeam Consulting will show off its NetTeam Server, a collaboration environment for enterprise-class applications; Now Software will show off a new version of Now Up-To-Date & Contact; Pantone will show off its new ColorVantage inkjet products; and Realviz will introduce a new version of Stitcher, its panorama application.
Four special interest pavilions will show off new Mac technologies for specific market segments including MacTech Central, for developer tools, network and server solutions; Enterprise and Business Solutions; Digital Media, Multimedia Technologies and Publishing Solutions; and Education, SciTech and Assistive Technologies.
Macworld Conference & Expo is a production of IDG World Expo. IDG World Expo and MacCentral are both owned by IDG.