Engineering Design Show 2013
2nd-3rd October 2013, Jaguar Exhibition Hall, Ricoh Arena, Coventry, UK
The huge success of the 2012 Engineering Design Show has convinced organiser Findlay Media that an event designed for design engineers is not only an idea whose time has come, but one that merits further expansion.
With this in mind, the 2013 event has tripled in size. Occupying two halls at the Ricoh Arena – a floorspace of 6,000m2 – the Show will take place on the 2 & 3 October 2013 and is expected to attract as many as 250 exhibitors.
The Show will still remain true to the founding principle of catering specifically for design engineers, but will include a number of new elements. The most significant of these will be the launch of the Electronics Design Show, which will co-locate with the Engineering Design Show, occupying the whole of Hall 2.
Created by Findlay Media using its market-leading magazine New Electronics, the Electronics Design Show will provide exhibitors and visitors alike with a unique opportunity to take part in an event aimed exclusively at electronic design engineers.
As with the Engineering Design Show, the Electronics Design Show will offer best practice learning and practical design ideas for visitors through comprehensive conference and workshop sessions. The conference will provide 16 sessions over the two days, while the workshop programme will offer 20 practical and technical sessions.
Engineering Materials Live!
Further leveraging the strength of Findlay Media's editorial offering, the Engineering Design Show 2013 will also see a new section specifically devoted to the engineering materials sector.
The decision to incorporate this element of the Show is based on this year's successful launch of Engineering Materials, the latest member of Findlay Media's stable of design engineering titles.
To find out more about the Engineering Design Show 2013, book your place or register to attend, please visit www.engineeringdesignshow.co.uk or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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