With just four weeks left until the big night, the PCR Awards look set to be another sell out success.
THE PCR Awards 2022 are taking place on Tuesday 27th September at London’s Elegant, 18th-century The Brewery
Suzi Perry will be there on the night to present the awards and to get the after party started TV celebrity, Shaun Williamson as our host for the evening.
We are receiving some incredible support from sponsors as top tier one industry players sign up as key event partners. So far we have welcomed on board:
HP with Intel: Headline partner
AOC: Distribution category partner
eBay: Vendor category partner
Exertis: Gaming vendor category partner
NORTON: Reseller category partner
BenQ: Photo booth partner
QBS Software: Event partner
CMS Distribution: Retailer category sponsor
To help guests kick the night off and keep them merrily dancing the night away, the PCR Awards team are delighted to welcome MSI as Drinks Reception Partner at this year’s PCR Awards.
To make sure you don’t miss out on this prestigious event, taking place at The Brewery Tuesday 27th September be sure to book your table now to enjoy one of the largest Channel parties and Networking events of the year as spaces are selling fast.
It’s as easy as this, or call us for sponsorship opportunities that also include tables.
Put the date and location in your diary – Tuesday 27th September – The Brewery, London
Decide which table package you would like either Platinum, Gold or Silver.
Book Online paying with Paypal or call Beccy Barr 07703 503101 firstname.lastname@example.org to book over the phone and we can invoice your company.
Invite your colleagues and clients to join you.
Call us to get a finalist logo for your marketing.
Click here to book your tickets now to avoid disappointment.
We look forward to seeing you there for the best night in the industry.
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