D&H bringing more than 30 manufacturers to Montreal Technology Show

Distributor D&H Canada is bringing its second annual Montreal Technology Show event to Quebec on April 16th, with a full slate of manufacturers exhibiting and seminar sessions from D&H’s key vendor partners.

The event takes place on April 16 at the Plaza Volare Crowne Plaza in Montreal. There will be seminar sessions from Cisco Systems, Hewlett-Packard and Toshiba, and more than 30 manufacturer partners in categories including networking, mobility, audio, accessories and consumer products.

Exhibiting manufacturers include Asus, Belkin, Buffalo, Cisco, D-Link, Epson, HP, Logitech, Microsoft, Nvidia, Samsung, Targus, Toshiba, ViewSonic, Western Digital and more.

The show is expected to attract close to 200 attendees, which was first held last year and was the distributor’s first trade event in the province of Quebec. D&H also holds a similar fall event for the Ontario market in the Toronto area.

Registration is free for D&H Canada customers, and the event will include special, one-day-only pricing for items purchased on the exhibit floor. A number of prizes are also available to be won.

“We’re excited to present a more conveniently-located, more expansive show for our customers in the Montreal region for 2014,” said Greg Tobin, general manager at D&H Canada, in a statement. “These events are created to provide an exceptional value-add, to thank our resellers for their patronage, and also to provide them with the tools and knowledge they need to gain a competitive edge in the marketplace.”

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