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MARKETPLACE  APPOINTMENTS/EVENTS APPOINTMENTS Veteran Bayliss joins Roxio sales team Beal takes on senior directorship at Ingram Micro  Read moves to Cisco  Steve Tunnicliffe joins Midwich


 ROXIO: The software firm has appointed DAVID BAYLISS as sales manager, responsible for developing the UK retail and reseller business for its leading software brands, including Roxio Creator for PC and Toast for Mac. Bayliss is a veteran of the European software markets, with a background in distribution and publishing of premium and budget software. He began his career at Leisuresoft Distribution and has held sales management roles at Sierra Online, Cosmi Europe and Blue Byte.


 CISCO: The business hardware vendor has snapped up former Logitech senior account manager, GARY READ as its new territory business manager for DMR/online commercial business within Cisco.


 MIDWICH: The distributor has


BEAL has been made senior director, software and services, Value Division. Effective from January 1st, Beal will be based in Brussels, Belgium, and will report to Vincenzo Baggio, senior vice president for EMEA vendor


management and business development. David Bayliss Gary Read


taken on STEVE TUNNICLIFFE, an experienced video conferencing consultant, as the external specialist for its Radvision video conferencing division. Steve brings over eighteen years of reseller sales experience to the video conferencing team at Midwich, including eight years in a consultant role. Tunnicliffe said: “I’m delighted to join such a respected company and I have been very impressed by Radvision who have made the move from being primarily an infrastructure company to become a total end-to-end solution


DIARY DATES 2010


The UK’s channel calendar is full of important events. Here are some upcoming highlights of the year ahead…


ME AWARDS


NOVEMBER VIP MICROSOFT EVENT NOVEMBER 9TH COPTHORNE HOTEL, READING VIP continues its roving tour of the UK with Microsoft. The events, which run from 10am to 4pm, consist of a series of product demonstrations and workshops, allowing visitors to talk face to face with the vendor. The first 50 registrants will receive a mi-fi mobile broadband modem.


MOBILE ENTERTAINMENT AWARDS 2010 NOVEMBER 18TH ROYAL GARDEN HOTEL, LONDON


Once again, the venue for the single biggest party in the mobile content calendar will be the Royal Garden Hotel in Kensington, West London. Now into its fifth year, the ME Awards evening rewards companies doing outstanding things in the mobile content space.


VIP MICROSOFT EVENT NOVEMBER 25TH CROWN PLAZA HOTEL, LIVERPOOL


Continuing the tour, Microsoft and VIP will be hosting an event in Liverpool, in conjunction with Asus. Early registrants will receive an Asus O!Play Media Player.


DECEMBER MCV PUB QUIZ DECEMBER 2ND SWAY BAR, HOLBORN The MCV Pub Quiz aims to bring together the leading publishers, retailers and media from the games industry in a chance to win prizes.


TECHNOLOGY WORLD DECEMBER 7TH-8TH EXCEL, LONDON


A merger between two successful events – Technology World and UK Nano and Emerging Technologies Forum – to create a major two day showcase of the best of British science and technology.


If you would like to promote your event, please contact: andrew.wooden@intentmedia.co.uk


MCV PUB QUIZ 100 PCR November


This information is believed to be correct, but potential visitors should confirm details with show organisers before making arrangements to attend


www.pcr-online.biz Steve Tunnicliffe Jodie Holdway


provider. This is a great opportunity and I can’t wait to get started.”


 KOCH MEDIA: GARY GIBBONS has been made national account manager for software retail. He has been with Koch Media for just over three years, and has joined the Software team after an internal promotion. Gibbons makes the switch having looked after key accounts on the Nindie team.


 INGRAM MICRO: JASON


 INTENT MEDIA: JODIE HOLDWAY is now senior sales executive for PCR, following the departure of Katie Rawlings. “Jodie is a fantastic addition to the PCR team and joins us during a period of major expansion. We have taken the print edition to iPad, improved the PC browser version and also launched an iPhone app featuring our online content. Plus the PCR Awards 2011 have a new venue and increased influence,” said PCR publisher and Intent Media managing director Stuart Dinsey.


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