As of 2018 it has been decided that What’s New in Electronics Live will co-locate with 6 other industry events to create what the organisers hope will be “the ultimate electronics trade show”.

From 2018 we will see some rather big changes to the show. Over the years the What’s New in Electronics Live delivered a popular exhibition in the UK. Although WNIE has suggested that in previous years they have noticed a slight decline in the industry, they are not allowing this to stop them.

What’s New in Electronics Live conducted research which has now resulted in them making the decision to join forces and present a 2 day show from 25th-26th September, taking place at the Birmingham NEC with EMC UK; Embedded Live; Sensors and Instrumentation; Micro Nano MEMS; PPMA; and the TCT show. By collaborating together they will ensure they provide visitors and exhibitors with a more diverse range of platforms and networks than any other trade show. The collaboration seemed inevitable for WNIE as Sensors & Instrumentation and Micro Nano MEMS have several shows for the electronics sector. On the day, you can expect to take part in workshops and conferences, seminars, and panel discussions.

Claire Saunders the 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.”

The trade show and its new partnership is now expected an increase in visitors of more than 100%! This is very positive news for What’s New in electronics Live, and we look forward to a successful event.