Trade-only distributor Target Components have signed a further three manufacturers to add to their exhibitor line-up for their forthcoming Business Expo.
The addition of Emprex, Tandberg and Hewlett-Packard takes the number of confirmed exhibitors to twenty, joining vendors including Microsoft, Gigabyte, Intel and Fujitsu.
The vendor exhibitions form one of three main parts of the show, with this year's event also boasting a range of business seminars and a series of specialist workshops, all aimed at adding genuine business value for attendees.
The Business Seminar programme offers presentations and advice throughout the day from independent experts in fields ranging from sales and marketing to recycling, finance and tax, with presenters from Business Link, HMRC, and the Bank of England amongst others.
There are also a series of specialist workshops with presentations and demonstrations running throughout the day, including mobile phone and laptop repairs, digital home, 3D, and virtualisation. The workshops are all selected to highlight opportunities for new or increased profit streams for Target's customer-base of independent IT retailers, resellers and system builders.
Target MD Paul Cubbage explains: "The vendors will demonstrate how best to sell their products, the workshops will introduce potential new profit streams, and the Business Seminars provide more general advice on how to grow profits and run your business more effectively."
Cubbage says the whole event is designed to provide new ideas and opportunities to Target resellers to help them profitably grow their business. "Our aim is for all attendees to leave the show buzzing with lots of new ideas to take their business forwards."
The day also offers special offers, competitions and point of sale material from the vendors along with a buffet lunch, free bar and after-show drinks reception and is free to resellers who register in advance.
Target's Business Expo will be held on Friday 16th September. Further details and registration for the day can be found here: