OT: Apple Announces Its Last Year at Macworld
noelf at nomigraphics.com
Wed Dec 17 16:37:15 CST 2008
I also read that back in the day, conferences were the place to
announce your new products etc. But now with other avenues (mainly
the internet) companies are finding that they do better with specific
company announcements instead of conventions.
Of course, having said that, I do miss Comdex :) Nightmare that it was.
At 03:23 PM 12/17/2008, you wrote:
>I read an article about this some time back. The conventions used to
>be affordable, but now the people who put them on really gouge the
>vendors to the point that it is not even remotely feasible to attend
>as a vendor, even with the business that may be potentially generated
>due to their presence their.
>If conferences want to prevent their own extinction they had better
>get a LOT more realistic about what they charge vendors to attend.
>That goes with ALL businesses these days.
>Calvary Chapel CM
>On Dec 17, 2008, at 11:46 AM, Andre Garzia wrote:
>>On Wed, Dec 17, 2008 at 8:43 AM, Bob Hartley <rev at armbase.com> wrote:
>>>No it is not april fool's day.
>>>Apple are no longer going to attend macworld. And no Jobs there as
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