Canadian Wireless Trade Show

Canadian Wireless Trade Show

September 06, 2012 13:18 ET

TV Personality Marc Saltzman Set to Host the Canadian Wireless Trade Show 2012

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Sept. 6, 2012) - The Canadian Wireless Trade Show 2012 recently announced radio and TV personality, Marc Saltzman, as trade show host for the two-day international event.

Marc Saltzman has gained widespread notoriety within the tech industry for his syndicated tech columns with Gannett ContentOne, www.USAToday.com, www.CNN.com, Yahoo!, Toronto Star, URmagazine, and even Playboy.

With Canadian startups playing more of an important role in the online community, the Canadian Wireless Trade Show -- Canada's biggest B2B tech, telecom, and wireless networking event -- prepares to unveil the latest and greatest tech products, downtown Toronto at the Direct Energy Centre Hall D, September 12th - 13th between 9am - 5pm.

Tickets are free and are available at www.canadianwirelesstradeshow.com.

All attendees will get to network face-to-face with over 4000 industry enthusiasts and over 120 leading exhibitors; including, Telus Mobility, Mobilicity, Public Mobile and OtterBox, to just name a few.

The Direct Energy Centre is Canada's largest exhibition and convention centre; covering over 1-million square feet of space, setting the stage for the Canadian Wireless Trade Show keynote speeches and wireless seminars.

The Canadian Wireless Trade Show 2012 is Canada's number one source for tech, telecom, and wireless networking and is sponsored by Sphere 3D, Wireless Xplosion, and Alliance Corporation.

There will also be free seminar and speaking sessions going on throughout the two day event some of which include Tony Lacavera the CEO of WIND Mobile, Darrick Li from comSCORE to present the "State of the Canadian Mobile Nation", "It's an Android World" presented by Samsung and Mobilicity and many more.

To learn more about Canada's biggest tech, telecom, and wireless event please visit www.canadianwirelesstradeshow.com.

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