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Imaging Network Announces ITEX show Dates

28 Jul, 2003

Imaging Network Announces ITEX show Dates

Press Release
For Immediate Release 

Imaging Network Announces Dates for ITEX 2004

FT. LAUDERDALE, FL—June 30, 2003—Imaging Network, parent company of imageSource and Office World News magazines, has announced dates for its annual Imaging Technology Education and Exposition (ITEX) tradeshow.

Scheduled for Wednesday, February 4 through Friday, February 6, 2004, the ITEX Show has made some major changes for 2004, beginning with the venue. The 2004 show will be held at the Las Vegas Convention Center with the Las Vegas Hilton acting as host hotel.

ITEX 2004 brings together copying, printing, scanning, document management and networking technologies with software, services, support and education. Attendees can visit with the industry’s premiere dealers and resellers as they pervade over 100,000 square feet of educational and trade show floor space. ITEX delivers over 100 hours of education covering nearly 40 different issues at the heartbeat of every dealership including service/sales management, industry analysis, administration, color solutions, document management, and new market opportunities

“Learning from last year’s show, previous attendees and our readers, this year’s ITEX show will offer improved show floor hours, more companies that offer high-technology products, and improved educational offering with many new presenters and topics to help attendees get the most from their tradeshow experience,” said Marc Spring, president of Imaging Network. “Ninety-five percent of ITEX attendees are dealership owners or high level decision-makers looking for immediate solutions for their customers. We encourage on the floor trading and look to give our attendees every opportunity to grow their businesses.”

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