It has been announced by the team at WNIE Live that two additional events will be running alongside in the same hall for the 2017 event.
Both EMC UK and The PXI Show will incorporate their events within WNIE Live and deliver exhibitors, technologies and technical content to the existing event.
By expanding the range of exhibitors and technologies, these events compliment the existing footprint of WNIE Live and will ensure visitors get to see the widest range of products and services in the electronics sector.
EMC UK is an event and conference previously run at Newbury Racecourse, it has previously had around 40 exhibiting companies and will have a dedicated area within the floorplan with a mix of companies offering solutions and products for the compliance and testing sectors. In addition to the stand holders there will be a separate high level paid for conference taking place in the facilities alongside the Expo.
Alan Warner said: “We at EMC UK are delighted to have joined up with What’s New in Electronics Live, with both the exhibition and the Training & Technical Conference. It has given our exhibitors, delegates and visitors the opportunity of a more central location and a lager show, along with the combined promotional activities of both companies.”
The PXI Show be working with the WNIE Live event again and PXI companies will be highlighted on the show floor, PXI companies will be showcasing their capabilities in this technology alongside their other products and services. There will also be free seminars on this topic running over the 2 days of the Expo.
Claire Saunders, Director of WNIE Live commented: "What’s New in Electronics Live reaches out to the whole of the Electronics sector, it is a must attend event for industry professionals to network, learn and engage. It is free to attend and offers free WiFi, Parking and technical content. Visiting this event will offer you a host of business opportunities, we look forward to seeing you there – register now online."
The show will take place on 9th-10th May, NEC, Birmingham.