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Wex Photographic - Past Exhibitor
Wex Photographic, formerly known as Warehouse Express, was established in 1997 to offer a dedicated service for photographers at every level, a service that has been enjoyed by over 300,000 customers. This dedication to service, photographic expertise and outstanding customer support is underpinned by competitive prices and extensive product ranges. A dedicated UK contact centre, staffed by photography experts, is on hand to give expert advice five days a week from 8.00 am to 7.00 pm. The result is an award-winning formula which has allowed Warehouse Express to become the UK's largest online specialist photographic retailer and winner of the ‘Best Online Photographic Retailer of the Year’ for the past 10 years, ‘Best Specialist Photographic Retailer of the Year’ for the past two years and ‘Best Photographic Retailer of the Year 2011’ – voted by their customers and readers of Digital Photo and Practical Photography Magazines. The business was also voted Gold Winner in the Good Service Awards 2011 by readers of What Digital Camera Magazine.
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Societies Convention and Trade Show at The Hilton London Metropole Hotel ...
You have 355 days to book for the SWPP Convention starting on Wednesday 20th January 2016
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