ALEXANDRIA, VA-APRIL 24, 2003-Once again, some of the world's leading providers of XML software, systems and solutions will showcase their latest innovations this May at XML Europe 2003, part of the world's most prominent series of XML conferences and expositions.
XML Europe 2003, produced by IDEAlliance, will take place Monday, 5 May through Thursday, 8 May at the Hilton London Metropole, in London, UK. The Expo Floor will provide delegates the opportunity to see the latest advances in XML products and services through hands-on demonstrations and displays, 6 May through 8 May.
"XML Europe 2003 will once again bring together the world's leading experts on XML technology and product solutions", said Marion Elledge, Senior VP of IDEAlliance. "Now in its 20th year, this event is renowned for featuring the very latest in markup technology solutions. Many XML innovations have been newly released at this Europe event in past years. Continuing in that tradition, XML Europe 2003 will expose participants to dozens of important, new XML-based products and services."
"Corel is very excited about launching its new XML Smart Graphics software," said Phillip Barratt, Head of Business Development, at Corel, "This event is the number one opportunity for us to launch new products to the XML community".
"XML Europe is relevant, practical, and attracts a high caliber of expo attendees," stated Steve Downie, VP Sales & Marketing, Exegenix. "It helps draw together the commercially diverse European regions with their many and disparate XML document conversion requirements, making this event once again a "must-attend" for Exegenix".
"We are planning to exhibit at only one XML show in Europe this year and for our needs, XML Europe was by far the most attractive. Unlike other XML shows, it covers XML in publishing very well." said Paul Topping, president of Design Science, Inc., a producer of MathML tools for the professional publishing market.
Complimentary Exposition is available if registering by 21 April! See conference website for information on registering. Delegates can register for XML Europe 2003 online by visiting www.xmleurope.com. Press registrations and special academic discounts are also available through the website.
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