Wolverhampton businesses will get the chance to tap into the latest technology as part of a free event during the city's Business Week.

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World leading business technology specialists, including Panasonic, NEC, Bosch, Honeywell, and Samsung, will be at Wolverhampton Racecourse on Tuesday 27 September, between 8am and 3.30pm.

More than 60 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, communications, audio visual, business support and cybercrime.

Wolverhampton business, The Thompson Group, is organising the event and Managing Director, Scott Thompson, said: "This is a great platform to learn about some of the latest products and services in the market and may help businesses in forthcoming projects.

"With all this technology and advice available all under one roof on one day it is an opportunity to get a clear understanding of how it all works and see the latest innovations across the security, life safety, AV, networks and communication sectors, covering CCTV, fire, access control, intruder, data and fibre, Audio-Visual, IP based digital signage and telephony, and a range of the latest collaborative working platforms."

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

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

Everyone who registers for the event and attends on the day will automatically be entered into a free prize draw.

Plus, there is free entry to the evening's horse racing (gates open at 3.40pm and the first race is at 5.40pm).

For more information visit Type=links;Linkid=7534;Title=Technology 2016;Target=_blank;.

To register for the event please visit Type=links;Linkid=7535;Title=Technology 2016 event registration;Target=_blank;.

Business Week offers focused activity supporting investment in the city, businesses and the workforce and is a platform to showcase the city's achievements and ambitions, as well as an opportunity for businesses to help shape the city's economic future.

The full event programme can be viewed at Type=links;Linkid=7530;Title=Business Week;Target=_blank;.

People can also find out more from Type=links;Linkid=2165;Title=Wolverhampton Today;Target=_blank; or via Twitter using #wolvesbizweek.

  • released: Thursday 15¬†September, 2016