Emphasizes value as aggregator of best-of-breed content, rich media and e-commerce services.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. April 11, 2007 - CNET Channel, a property of CNET Networks, Inc., will be exhibiting at Gartner's Spring 2007 RetailVision event at the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center in Nashville, TN, April 16-19, 2007. Located in Booth 241 and aligned with Ingram Micro, CNET Channel will be demonstrating its content solutions which enable over 2,100 retailers and other channel businesses to power their e-commerce sites.
In addition to the booth, CNET Channel will present at four boardroom sessions, showing key retail executives how CNET Channel delivers the most technologically sophisticated and cost-effective content solutions that drive sales. CNET Channel will also present "Content Drives Sales" at the RetailVision University session on Wednesday, April 18, 2007 at 9:05am. This 30-minute presentation is for manufacturers who want to learn how leading vendors are empowering their channel partners to sell more with the most complete, timely and rich product content available.
"We're pleased to be aligned with our partner, Ingram Micro, at RetailVision" said Steve Parrott, General Manager at CNET Channel. "The event gives us a great opportunity to showcase that we are the global leader of content solutions for over 3.5 million products. The best companies in the world also rely on CNET Channel as their single source for best-of-breed online applications and services, expert product reviews, and product videos. Only CNET Channel provides content solutions that drive sales and deliver the highest possible ROI."
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About CNET Channel
CNET Channel (www.cnetchannel.com), a division of CNET Networks, is the world's leading independent source of product information, supporting both online catalogs and traditional sales processes with detailed content on over 3.2 million technology products worldwide. Over 2,100 high technology manufacturers and channel businesses in 35 national markets depend on CNET Channel to deliver world-class content solutions that maximize their sales effectiveness and minimize the cost and complexity of providing accurate and useful product information. Customers include Best Buy, CDW, CompUSA, Dell, HP, Insight, OfficeMax, Sony, Tech Data, Zones and many more.
About CNET Networks, Inc.
CNET Networks, Inc. (Nasdaq: CNET, www.cnetnetworks.com) is an interactive media company that builds brands for people and the things they are passionate about, such as gaming, music, entertainment, technology, business, food, and parenting. The Company's leading brands include CNET, GameSpot, TV.com, MP3.com, CHOW, ZDNet and TechRepublic. Founded in 1992, CNET Networks has a strong presence in the US, Asia, and Europe.