UKEA signs up to National Electronics Week
Feb 07, 2008
The UK Electronics Alliance has confirmed plans to lend its support to National Electronics Week, the new national show dedicated to the electronics industry. Being held over June 17th - 19th at the Earls Court in London, NEW's partnership with UKEA is further evidence of its commitment to delivering a total industry event.
An alliance of major trade associations, UKEA acts through the mutual cooperation of its members to represent the interests of the UK electronics industry. As such, it is an ideal partner for NEW, enhancing the show's ability to deliver an unprecedented scope of coverage. From design and components, through to production and distribution, NEW's broad focus delivers a unique platform for UKEA representatives to provide a series of educational seminars on a wide range of topical issues.
"The UK Electronics Alliance, which provides a communication channel between eleven of the UK's leading electronics industry trade associations and UK Government, is delighted to participate in the National Electronics Week," comments UKEA Chairman, Derek Boyd. "Our industry has lacked a major event in the capital for too long and we are sure that this exciting new venture will be a major boost in highlighting the innovation and diversity of the electronics sector in the UK."
UKEA representatives will be on hand for the duration of the show to deliver expert advice to visitors and exhibitors alike. Commenting on the alliance's decision to support NEW, Event Director Claire Jeffreys explains: "We are delighted to welcome UKEA to our ever-expanding line-up of internationally recognised industry bodies. The alliance's commitment to ensuring that the UK continues to be a leading provider of highly innovative products and services in today's competitive global economy mirrors our own. That's why it makes such a fantastic partner for National Electronics Week, and one which will be of great benefit to our attendees - regardless of which market sector they operate in."