Cambridge Wireless creates a focal point for wireless companies at NEW:UK 2012
Cambridge Wireless has joined forces with National Electronics Week (NEW) in order to promote wireless technology at the NEC Birmingham 18-19 April 2012
Cambridge Wireless, a vibrant membership organisation with over 300 members, is working with the event organisers of NEW to create a wireless showcase at the 2012 show. The aim is to collaborate with companies from across the sector to establish a focal point for visitors interested in wireless technology.
Next April, eight exhibitions will be co-located at the NEC Birmingham. Alongside NEW 2012 there will be: Air-Tech; Drives and Controls; IFPEX; Plant & Asset Management, Electrex; IPEE; Mach 2012 - which is celebrating 100 years of UK manufacturing achievement. It is expected that this event will bring together more than 30,000+ visitors; 900+ exhibiting companies from around the World.
"We are delighted to be working in partnership with NEW:UK on showcasing UK wireless capability, and create business and networking opportunities for Cambridge Wireless members and non-members alike. Wireless technology is of interest to so many sectors of industry, so it is fantastic that we are working alongside seven such high profile shows, and to be part of MACH's centenary celebrations." said Dr Soraya Jones, CEO Cambridge Wireless. "With London hosting the Olympics next year, and MACH celebrating 100 years of UK manufacturing, we think 2012 looks set to be a really exciting time for UK plc,"
Companies that book exhibition space at NEW through Cambridge Wireless will benefit from a discount on the exhibiting cost, and can get free Cambridge Wireless membership.
"We are delighted to be working with Cambridge Wireless as part of our 2012 event." Claire Saunders, Event Director NEW, said: "By broadening the areas of expertise within NEW and co-locating with seven other high profile shows, we are able to offer a really attractive, value-for-money event for both exhibitors and visitors.
To book a stand in the Cambridge Wireless Zone at NEW, please contact Clare Kettle at Cambridge Wireless Clare.Kettle[at]cambridgewireless[dot]co.uk , or call +44 (1223) 422365.
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National Electronics Week (18-19 April 2012) is co-located with six other shows: Air-Tech; Drives and Controls; IFPEX; Electrex; IPEE; Mach.
It is expected that the 2012 co-location of events will bring together more than: 33,000 + visitors; 950 + exhibiting companies and in excess of 37,000 metres of exhibition space. Last year NEW 2011 alone attracted 2965 total industry professionals over the two days, with 2061 online visitors and 2513 registrants.
The Cambridge Wireless membership represents over 300 companies with expertise in a wide range of wireless technologies. It provides members with a forum where they can learn about recent developments, debate key topics of importance to the industry, network with leading individuals as well as recruit highly skilled individuals and promote their organisations. Its major events include the annual Future of Wireless International conference, 4 Founders' dinners where around 200 members meet at selected Cambridge colleges and a wide range of conferences organised by special interest groups.
Since its inception Cambridge Wireless has grown steadily to become the pre-eminent membership organisation for those involved in the wireless industry.
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