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Midwich Tech Xpo is back this October

by Geny Caloisi
After a two-year break, Midwich’s largest AV event is returning to Ascot Racecourse on 5th and 6th October.

With more than 50 exhibitors, the two-day event offers attendees the opportunity to network with market-leading vendors and industry experts, to explore the latest technology, and see insightful presentations – all under one roof.

Steve Fay, director – external sales and marketing at Midwich, said: “It’s great to be welcoming back our annual Tech Xpo event. This is Midwich’s flagship event, and we are immensely proud of what it has become over the 10+ years, with 2022 planned as the best year yet.

“Like previous years, there will be no trade pricing at the show, so we actively encourage our customer base to utilise the event as their own. The team has worked hard to ensure that it offers attendees a truly worthwhile experience. You can expect exclusive networking, market intelligence, insights, and a whole host of opportunities across the two days.”

Throughout the show, Midwich’s head of technology, Jenny Hicks, will be giving thought-provoking speaker sessions focusing on innovative technology that has been adopted in the past couple of years and the predicted trends for 2023.

Representatives from the UK&I Midwich Group team, including DVS, Holdan, Invision, Nimans, PSCo, and Sound Technology, will also be in attendance.

Mark Lowe, managing director – UK and Ireland, added: “We are looking forward to reconnecting with the industry at our flagship event while providing our customers with more opportunities than ever to discover, experience and develop.
“We have always focused on how we can support our resellers and their customers, and Tech Xpo is a testament to that by housing a wide range of vendors, products and services in one place.”

In 2019, Tech Xpo celebrated its 10th anniversary with more than 500 companies and a 60% increase in 2018 in end-users attending the two-day event at Ascot.

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