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Western Isles Office Technology Exhibition

Western Isles Office Technology Exhibition

Highland Office Equipment (HOE) is holding an Office Technology Exhibition.

About the Office Technology Exhibition

The event will be held on Wednesday 12th & Thursday 13th of September between 10am & 6pm.

HOE will be showcasing the very latest range of Konica Minolta, Ricoh and also HP multifunctional devices.

 

The Office Technology Exhibition is being hosted at the prestigious Lews Castle.

Office Technology

HOE, part of the Capital group are inviting all local businesses, public sector organisations and also members of the public to see the latest in office innovations.

This includes electric desking, ergonomic seating, office desking and 3D printers. Also on show will be the latest in document management and software solutions.


The Office Technology Exhibition will be held in the Lews Castle Dining Room.

There will be refreshments available and special offers and a free prize draw.

Everyone is invited to our Western Isles Office Technology Exhibition.

Anyone interested in attending the open days should please RSVP to: sales@highlandofficeequipment.com or call 01463 239764 to register.

Alex Main, Sales Director at HOE, said:

“The event presents a great opportunity to highlight our wide range of document solutions, as well as share expert advice on how businesses can reduce their print costs. Also we will reveal the latest adjustable electric desking and ergonomic posture seating – a hot topic in the office environment.”

We have 43 years’ experience in supplying and supporting companies throughout the Highlands and Islands. So this is an event not to be missed!


About Lews Castle 

Lews Castle is a Victorian castle located west of the town of Stornoway, Isle of Lewis. It was built between 1844–51 as a country house for Sir James Matheson who bought the whole island a few years previously with his fortune from the Chinese Opium trade.

Sir James Matheson

Sir James Matheson

Finally, some images CC – courtesy of Wikipedia

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