HOMETOYS.COM Features Special News Report for Integrated Systems Europe 2008

For those who are exhibiting at the show don't miss this free opportunity to publish your news. It will also be picked up by Google News and distributed by our popular RSS feed.

Integrated Systems Europe is the No. 1 show for Professional AV and Electronic System Integrators. The 5th edition of Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) will be held again in Amsterdam, Netherlands from the 29th - 31st of January 2008.


In co -operation with ISE, HomeToys.com is once again publishing a free online news report. This report will contain all relevant announcements submitted and it will remain online throughout the show ... and in our library forever. Last years report contains hundreds of announcements and it is still being viewed by hundreds of readers each month.

For those who are too busy at the show to get around to see everything and those who can't get to the show at all, this news report provides up to the minute news and product announcements from the exhibitors.

The report can be found online at www.hometoys.com/news/ise2008

For those who are exhibiting at the show don't miss this opportunity to publish your news. It will also be picked up by Google News and distributed by our popular RSS feed.

Submit your news announcement online at www.hometoys.com/news/ise2008/addnews.htm

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