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Registration Opens Early Due to Demand

TCT 2008 & MM Live 2008 Visitor Registration Now Open

Cheshire, UK | Posted on April 21st, 2008

Following an attendance of more than 2000 visitors at last years TCT event, combined with unprecedented industry support for the newly launched MM Live Exhibition, the organiser, Rapid News Publications plc, has been compelled to open visitor registration early for the 2008 events.

Situated once again at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry, from 21st-22nd October 2008, entrance to TCT and the new co-located show MM Live is completely free of charge.

Registration can be completed quickly and easily at www.tctshow.com and www.micro-show.com

This year is set to be a milestone in the history of TCT with the exciting launch of the co-located Micro Manufacturing exhibition — MM Live 2008. The two events have been specially coordinated to bring together the latest developments in a wide range of technologies and will give visitors the opportunity to source the latest solutions and innovations for design, development and manufacturing.

Free of charge seminar sessions will take place on both days of the show, these seminars will be held in purpose-built theatres within the exhibition halls and will cover topics such as ‘Introduction to Rapid Technologies', Rapid Machining, Technology for the Jewellery industry, and a Technology Overview of Micro Manufacturing.

Unlike many mainstream engineering events, TCT and MM Live are dedicated to the very latest in design and manufacturing technologies, which enable visitors to gain a competitive edge for their organisations from the time they spend away from the office.

Current exhibitor lists can be found on the respective websites along with further details about the shows and features.

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About Rapid News Publications plc
TCT 2008 and MM Live 2008 are organised by Rapid News Publications plc, a public limited, international communications company with special focus on business-to-business media in the manufacturing world.

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Contacts:
Rapid News Publications plc
Unit 2, Chowley Court, Chowley Oak Lane
Chowley, Tattenhall, Cheshire
CH3 9GA, UK

Jenna Brockbank
Event Co-ordinator
t: +44 (0) 1829 770037
f: +44 (0) 1829 770047

w: www.tctshow.com
w: www.micro-show.com

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