Advice on offer from world leaders at free technology event


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In Summary

General | 13th September 2018
World-leading manufacturers will be demonstrating the benefits of the latest innovative technologies to businesses at a free event in the City of Wolverhampton on Wednesday, September 26.

In Detail

Specialists Samsung, Honeywell, Bosch, Casio and Sharp are a handful of the big names who will be at Wolverhampton Racecourse for Technology 2018, from 8am to 3.30pm.

The event is part of City of Wolverhampton’s Business Programme (September 23 to October 3).

More than 40 exhibitors will be showcasing the latest systems, providing information and advice on the operational and financial benefits available, and offering solutions on security, life safety, audio visual and commercial technology.

City of Wolverhampton business, Thompson Group, is organising the event and Managing Director, Scott Thompson, said: “Technology 2018 is a fantastic showcase of the latest unified communications, security, audio visual, fire & life safety systems from world leading manufacturers and many others; who will all be demonstrating how the professional installation and integration of the latest innovative technologies can offer operational and financial benefits to organisations of all sizes and from all sectors.

“The free event is all under one roof for one day only - with presentations and practical demonstrations on throughout the day, there will be something for everyone at the biggest and best event yet.”

Councillor John Reynolds, Cabinet Member for City Economy, added: “Making use of the latest technology can help businesses thrive.

“I would urge businesses in Wolverhampton to go along to this free Business Programme event to find out cost-effective ways they can use technology to improve their business.”

For more information and to register for the Technology 2018 event please visit www.technology2018.co.uk

Photo (l-r): Scott Thompson, Thompson Group Managing Director, and Cllr John Reynolds, Cabinet Member for City Economy