Electronex rescheduled to May 2021

Electronex rescheduled to May 2021

Electronex – The Electronics Design and Assembly Expo, which was to be held in November at Rosehill Gardens in Sydney, has been rescheduled to 5–6 May 2021.

Following the recent outbreak of COVID-19 in Victoria, which resulted in tighter border restrictions around Australia, show organiser Australasian Exhibitions & Events (AEE) surveyed exhibitors to determine the impact that this would have on their ability to participate in the expo — with a number of suppliers and company staff normally travelling from interstate for the event. More than 90% of the exhibitors indicated that they would be impacted by the border closures or preferred that the event was postponed to 2021.

AEE Managing Director Noel Gray said, “We were confident that the event would be able to proceed with a COVID-safe plan in place until the state borders were shut due to the Victorian outbreak. As a result of the feedback from our exhibitors, the difficult decision was made to move the expo to May next year, which has been welcomed by the industry. We are committed to the long-term success of Electronex and did not want to compromise the brand and our exhibitors by holding an event that was not a proper representation of the industry.”

For enquiries or further information, email ngray@auexhibitions.com.au.

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