Fujitsu and Konica Minolta confirmed for debut Synaxon UK events

IT dealer group Synaxon UK is planning a debut series of business events for its dealers following growth in the past two years.

Synaxon UK plans debut event
Synaxon UK plans debut event
Synaxon is planning two focus events with around 30 delegates at each that will focus on helping IT dealers build new revenues, increase margins and market their business.

Focus

A northern UK event will be staged at De Vere Daresbury Park, Warrington, on 22 March followed by a Southern UK meeting, taking place at De Vere Wokefield Park, Reading on 16 June.

Both will be aimed at current active members, and resellers and dealers who want to find out more about Synaxon.

Meanwhile, a two-day event is planned at Wychwood Park, in Crewe, comprising a conference for 100 delegates on 8 September, followed by a golf day on 9 September.

Fujitsu, Konica Minolta, Ingram Micro

The events will also include an exhibition and presentations from businesses including Fujitsu, Ingram Micro and Konica Minolta.

Synaxon UK managing director Derek Jones said: "We have had a tremendous year of growth and development. When you consider the economic challenges we have faced, this is an outstanding performance. We are now ready to build on the firm foundations we have laid here in the UK."

Debut events

Synaxon is working with Partner Marketing Services on event production and delegate management, said head of purchasing Chris Butterworth.

"Our parent company does a very big conference every year in Germany and we are trying to replicate that, but on a smaller scale," said Butterworth. "This is the first year we have done these events and it is to get our dealers all working together and talking to us."

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