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VIP’s ‘Evolution Event’ Unveil Future Gaming Opportunities for IT Resellers

VIP Computers, one of the UK’s largest independent distributors of components, peripherals and consumer products will host over 300 attendees at its Evolution event in September, connecting the company’s reseller customers and vendor partners in support of collaboration and profitable growth.

Evolution – The Future of Gaming & Technology

The event, the first of its kind for the distributor, will provide IT resellers with the opportunity to network and build relationships with top industry vendors while identifying opportunities for growth in the IT industry.

With its theme centred around the evolution of technology and gaming, attendees will be fully immersed into the complete gaming evolution from the early days of retro gaming such as Pac Mac and Space Invaders, through to the visually spectacular three dimensional gaming available today.

The event, open to IT resellers only is being held on 7th September at the Museum of Science & Industry, Manchester will feature leading gaming vendors who have been quick to sign up, including; Microsoft, Intel, AMD, ASUS, ASRock, Shuttle and many more.

Jason D’Cruz, marketing manager for VIP Computer said: “Evolution will create the ideal setting for IT resellers to seek out new opportunities, meet vendors and learn how they can leverage VIP’s size and scale for more customised options in sales support, more flexible credit terms, and more world-class services. Accordingly, our goal is to provide our IT resellers with an extreme customer experience that is unrivaled in the channel.

Evolution is an invite-only event and non-VIP customers can register their interest to attend as day delegate only free of charge via website www.evolution-expo.com from 1st July onwards.

Source: Press Release

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