Apple has officially opened up exhibit space for the Exhibit Fair at this yearis World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC). The WWDC is Appleis annual gathering for developers that is intended to help them further develop their skills and knowledge. The Exhibit Fair is a show floor for third party vendors to show their wares to the developers in attendance. The company is offering turnkey exhibit solutions, as well as special event hardware discounts. From Apple:
YOUR INVITATION TO EXHIBIT
The Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is being held at the Moscone West Convention Center from June 28 - June 2, 2004. The always popular "WWDC Exhibit Fair" returns for vendors to showcase their newest technologies and services.
The Exhibit Fair is designed for vendors to showcase their newest technologies and services to the worldwide Mac developer community. Appleis WWDC Exhibit Fair is a hot spot and has been a sell-out exposition for the last three years. RSVP to sign up today, as reservations are on a first-come, first-served basis.
WWDC is the definitive event for programmers, IT managers, content creators, systems administrators or anyone who wants to make the most out of Appleis innovative technologies and the robust and flexible Mac OS X platform. You wonit want to miss this opportunity to learn from experts, network with colleagues, and have a great time in one of the worldis most beautiful cities.
The WWDC Exhibit Fair provides the perfect opportunity to cost-effectively exhibit and reach the Mac developer community face-to-face. Exhibitors get to show developers from around the world the very latest products that support Mac OS X development and Appleis innovative technologies.
MEET AND GREET VIPS: Appleis Worldwide Developer Relations senior management team will be on hand at the Exhibit Fair Monday, following the igrand openingi between 6-8 p.m. to meet with exhibitors and welcome attendees. This is the perfect opportunity to get to know these influential developer advocates within Apple and to educate them about your innovative Mac products.
Apple is offering a "Turnkey Station Package" for US$2,495 that contains a display area, signage, one stool, electricity and internet connections, a listing in the Guide, security, drayage, 3 exhibit badges, and one full conference pass.
Apple is also offering special hardware discounts to exhibitors. To find more information on the discounts and the Exhibit Fair, visit the WWDC Web site, and look for the link to the Exhibit Fair. Apple says that exhibit space was filled at last yearis WWDC, with some companies being turned away. The point being, of course, to sign up fast.