Electronex expo returns to Sydney in 2020


Electronex expo returns to Sydney in 2020

Following the success of this year’s Electronex – The Electronics Design & Assembly Expo and Conference, held from 11–12 September at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, the event returns to Rosehill Gardens in Sydney from 9–10 September 2020.

The move to the MCEC in Melbourne was described by organiser Australasian Exhibition and Events (AEE) as an outstanding success, with more than a 12% increase in attendance and a record number of exhibitors participating in the 2019 event. In a further endorsement for the growth of the electronics sector and the success of the event, 53% of visitors had not attended Electronex previously and over 90% were engineers, managers or involved in production or purchasing. AEE said that “the move to MCEC was well received by both visitors and exhibitors, with several of our regular exhibitors commenting that it was the best Electronex show they had ever been involved in”.

Electronex was first held in 2010 and has grown to become the pre-eminent trade event for companies that utilise electronics in manufacturing, assembly or servicing. Reflecting the growth of high-tech niche manufacturing in Australia, at the recent Melbourne expo 87% of visitors said that they had met new companies and 81% discovered new products and technology they were not aware of, reinforcing the important role of exhibitions in sourcing new technology and solutions in our rapidly changing marketplace.

The SMCBA Surface Mount Conference was also held concurrently with the expo and was well attended, with over 80 delegates participating in the two-day technical workshops. Free seminars were also held on the expo floor and covered a range of hot industry topics to complement the conference workshops.

The Sydney expo is now open for bookings and around 60% of the space has already been booked (as of mid-December). For information about exhibiting at Electronex 2020, contact AEE on 03 9676 2133 or email info@auexhibitions.com.au.

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