The Castleford-based distributor will host the day at its premises on 7 August, with the aim of attracting 300 VARs.
The distributor has also set its sights on doubling its partner base over its current financial year, which spans from April 2009 to March 2010 and claims its gross profit margin has shot up in the last two calendar quarters.
For the January to March quarter, Target claims its daily gross profit (DGP) was up 33 per cent year on year. From April to June it claims its DGP shot up 60 per cent on an annual comparison.
Paul Cubbage, managing director of Target, said the distributor had invested in new areas due to customer feedback.
“Areas doing particularly well for us are our energy saving solutions and the business solution division," he said. "These were added due to customer feedback and have really paid off.”
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