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Last Chance to Register for Free Tickets to PLASA London 2013

PLASA London 2013 will close its free registration offer later this week, and is urging visitors to sign up at www.plasashow.com in order to save £20 on the standard ticket price. Over 6000 people have already registered for this year’s PLASA London event, which takes place at the ExCeL Centre, London from 6–9 October 2013.

Jen Barratt, show manager, PLASA London 2013 says: "We have some fantastic speakers lined up as well as free training sessions, demonstrations of the latest technology, a comprehensive exhibition and great networking opportunities. There aren’t many events that would offer so much valuable content for free, so we urge visitors to use these last days of free registration to get the maximum value out of their visit."

Visitors will also have access to AudioLab 2013, the hotly anticipated new attraction that will see the creation of a new pro audio arena, theatre and interactive lab that allows visitors to experience the cutting-edge of pro audio. AudioLab features a purpose-built space for demonstrations and shoot-outs; an audio school with classes led by industry experts; and a myth-busting laboratory where you can see live experiments on a range of pro audio equipment.

PLASA London 2013 will feature over 250 exhibitors, from industry giants to smaller yet innovative brands. As well as many returning exhibitors, visitors will see more than 30 companies that did not exhibit in 2012 including Pioneer, Samsung and Sony, and many exhibitors will be launching brand new products, technology and services at the show.

In addition PLASA London 2013 will host the PLASA Professional Development Programme of free educational sessions, as well as an extensive new agenda of after-hours activities, networking events and parties.

More details about the show will be revealed in the coming weeks. For up-to-the-minute news visit

www.plasashow.com

5th July 2013

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