Free Apple TV for PCR Retail Boot Camp attendees

An exciting new conference and expo called PCR Retail Boot Camp expo has been announced for the UK PC and IT channel – and today MCV can confirm thatall dealers attending will receive a free 99 Apple TVas part of their VIP Retail Gift Bag.

Registration for the event has now opened, with the UK’s top 250 dealers set to attend the conference and expo, which takes place on Wednesday May 2nd at The Brewery, London. Retailers should register their interest by emailing

Apple TV allows users to stream films, TV programmes, music and photos and, like all Apple products, is stylish and simple to use.

Retailers can attend the PCR Retail Boot Camp for free, and any dealers wishing to attend should email now, to avoid disappointment.

PCR Retail Boot Camp is an exciting new conference and expo for the UK PC and IT channel, taking place on Wednesday May 2nd at The Brewery, Chiswell Street, London. It is free for retailers to attend and will provide a day of conference sessions, expo showcases and networking – all designed to help dealers improve their business.

In addition, there will be a series of ‘Break-Out Sessions’ during the afternoon, giving distributors and vendors the opportunity to present technical or service sessions with smaller groups of dealers.

Meanwhile, an after-show party, sponsored by VIP, will provide networking opportunities to round off the day’s events.

The conference programme is still being shaped, but already signed up are GfK’s Carl West who will present ‘Where Do We Go From Here?’ and Micro-P’s head of independent retail Mike Harris, whose session is entitled ‘There’s No Place Like The Connected Home’.

Dealers can register their interest in attending the event by emailing

Micro-P is the Connected Home Partner of PCR Retail Boot Camp, with Platinum Partners including EntaTech, GData, VIP and Arctic, plus Wasp and TP-Link as Gold Partners.

A limited number of additional Event Partner Packages are available. Contact or to find out more.

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