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ShowStoppers Seeks Startups For C3 Technology Trade ShowFirst-ever pavilion on show floor to help business, consumer, lifestyle, digital startups meet buyers, reporters, investors (March 14, 2006)
ShowStoppers is seeking nominations for the first-ever "ShowStoppers Startup Pavilion," exhibit space that introduces new companies with emerging business, consumer, lifestyle and digital technologies to buyers, reporters, industry analysts and investors attending the C3 technology conference and trade show.
"For more than a decade, reporters and analysts have relied on ShowStoppers to find hot products from cool startups - and to help catapult those startups into the market," said Steve Leon, partner, ShowStoppers, http://www.showstoppers.com, which produces press-only product showcase events.
"Now, with the ShowStoppers Startup Pavilion, we create a new way for ShowStoppers to take these innovative, younger and smaller companies to the trade show floor," said Leon. "The ShowStoppers Startup Pavilion is a unique, branded exhibit space designed to help these companies stand out from the crowd, demo their products and services, cross the threshold to shake hands with corporate and channel buyers, spark sales - and meet the press."
ShowStoppers will also again produce and host the official press reception of C3. An exclusive event that admits only qualified press, industry analysts and investment firms, ShowStoppers @ C3 is scheduled for Tuesday, June 27, at the Jacob Javits Convention Center in New York City.
C3 takes place June 27-29, 2006. Now in its second year, the technology industry's newest trade show brings corporate and channel buyers together to survey at one time and in one place the most innovative products and services driving the technology industry.
Please submit nominations to mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org or call Susan Tracy, 952-380-9844.
Successfully launched in 2005, C3 brings corporate and channel buyers together with the industry's premier technology manufacturers. An extensive conference program features educational sessions as well as industry leaders and experts discussing trends and issues. The exhibit floor addresses Windows, Linux and Open Source; corporate compliance; Web 2.0, web-based services and applications, and utility computing; database management, network computing, systems integration, online commerce, wireless and mobile workforce applications, network and wireless security, and communications -- including WiFi, WiMax and VoIP. More than 10,000 enterprise professionals from the fields of business, finance, government, retail and education attended last year's event in New York City. C3 is produced by H.A. Bruno, LLC a producer of international trade shows in technology, business franchises and machinery and packaging.
ShowStoppers is the longest-running, continuously-owned and operated series of showcase events for technology, consumer electronics and business press. ShowStoppers events have helped more than 1,000 companies meet more than 10,000 reporters since 1993. Sponsors at recent events include such innovative young companies and industry leaders as Microsoft, InFocus, Linksys, Zone Labs, Leviton, Opera Software, Kingston and OQO. ShowStoppers events are regularly attended by, among others, ABC, CBS, BBC, Bloomberg, CNN, NPR, the Wall Street Journal, This Old House Magazine, Business Week, Cargo, Consumer Reports, engadget, Fortune, Forbes, Good Housekeeping, Maxim, Money, Outlook 4Mobility, the New York Times, Rolling Stone, Stuff, USA Today, C/Net, Dow Jones, eWeek, IDC, InfoWorld, Jupiter Research, Network World, Newsweek, PC Magazine, PC World, San Francisco Chronicle, San Jose Mercury News, USA Today and ZD Net.
For more information visit http://www.showstoppers.com.
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