What’s New in Electronics Live joins forces with key industry events to create the ultimate UK electronics trade show

The team at What’s New in Electronics Live (WNIE LIVE), have been embedded in the UK electronics industry for decades and have a real passion for it. They have delivered a UK exhibition year on year despite economic challenges and a general industry decline. The team at WNIE Live pride themselves on listening to the businesses they work with, both exhibitors and visitors, and after conducting several surveys earlier this year, their results have meant some big changes to the 2018 event.

Feedback from the survey confirmed, without doubt that industry wanted a strong UK electronics event. The team, who have always delivered an undiluted electronics event needed to look at the UK show calendar and pinpoint other relevant events that they felt would add value for both the What’s New in Electronics Live exhibitors and visitors.

Another key point from their research was that a two day event was the preferred length and that, in many cases, something later in the year would work better for planning and budgeting.

So, in 2018 WNIE LIVE will co-locate with the following SIX industry events – EMC UK, Embedded Live, Sensors & Instrumentation, Micro Nano MEMS, PPMA & TCT Show – delivering a stronger exhibition, conference and technical platform than any other UK Electronics show.

Datateam, owners of Sensors & Instrumentation and Micro Nano MEMS have a mix of trade shows and publications which are aligned with the electronics sector, seemed like the obvious choice as a partner for the What’s New in Electronics Live event, as did EMC Exhibition & Training Ltd for EMC UK and Feabhas, an established Embedded training company for Embedded Live.

These partnerships will allow visitor numbers to grow by more than 100 per cent and create an unrivalled electronics industry event. The team at What’s New in Electronics (WNIE) want to work with you to achieve this and will give visitors the opportunity to see technology and processes in: Electronic Design, Production, Test, Packaging, EMC, Embedded Solutions, Sensors and Instrumentation, 3D Printing, Printed Electronics, and Micro Nano MEMS.

WNIE Live will allow industry to network, engage, learn and connect through a mix of training workshops and conferences, free seminars, panel discussions and hundreds of represented brands and exhibitors all in one place; The NEC Birmingham on the 25th – 26th of September 2018.

Claire Saunders, event director said: “We believe that these events are an incredibly strong complement to WNIE Live. Among many other benefits, it will improve our attendee numbers with the type of audience that will have purchasing influence or decision for your products and services. Our key aim is to deliver a strong event for the UK electronics sector and ensure every relevant visitor is aware of the show, to help industry rediscover UK Electronics.”


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