Women in Tech Special: How to get involved in PCR’s November issue

The next print issue of PCR is going to be our Women in Tech Special, which will hit desks at the beginning of November, and we would like to hear from retailers, distributors, vendors and businesses that can contribute to the discussion.

Here’s how you can get involved:

– Sector Guide: Christmas Gifts

If you are a vendor or distributor with any exciting gadgets and tech products ideal for giving as Christmas gifts, you can submit them to be included in this bumper sector guide.

– Feature: Top 25 Women in Tech

We’ll be highlighting 25 women that have made a positive impact in the industry over the past year, whether they’re a marketing wizard, a sales champion, a PR genius, a retailing guru, or an inspiring CEO, we want to know about them! Find out how to nominate yourself or a colleague here.

– Feature: Supporting Women in the Channel

PCR will be running a big feature in the November edition about how tech companies are supporting women in the industry. We are looking for sponsors against this feature to exclusively provide their own comments on this topic and most importantly expose their company’s own initiatives.

This feature is purely for sponsors, who will not only get their comments featured, but will also have their company logo printed in the feature under the ‘in association with’ section. To find out how to get involved in this, please contact Sarah Goldhawk on sarah.goldhawk@futurenet.com

– Feature: The benefits of 5G 

We’ll be looking at how 5G is set to transform various sectors and hobbies, from in-store experiences and smart cities, to 4k gaming and education. Get in touch if you would like to offer up your opinion and comments on this subject.

– Company profiles

Each month we run the following Q&As in the magazine. Get in touch if you would like to be highlighted in:

Retailer Spotlight: A look at how business and been for an indie retailers and what products are selling well.

Life in the Channel: A chat with someone working at a vendor, distie or SP, looking at some of the best things about their company and the industry.

In My Team: A small business (or small team from a larger business) highlighting who’s in their team and some fun facts about their work life.

– Industry Opinion

Our four industry opinions are possibly our most sought after spaces in the magazine. For this issue, we would love to hear from people who can talk about diversity, championing women in the industry, employee initiatives and anything centred around keeping employees happy. Get in touch if that sounds like you!

– Events, Appointments and Charity News

Whether you’re a retailer, distributor, service provider, vendor, charity or trade body, if you have an upcoming event, any new appointments, or any charity news, we would love to include them in our next issue. You make PCR what it is and we want to celebrate and highlight all the great work that the tech retail industry does!

If you would like to be considered for any of these features, email Laura Barnes at laura.barnes@futurenet.com before 12th October.

Advertising in the PCR Women in Tech Special

If you would like to get involved commercially in this issue there will be a variety of packages available. Please contact Sarah Goldhawk on sarah.goldhawk@futurenet.com before 16th October to find out more.

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