Exhibiting at Sensors & Instrumentation 2018

Why exhibit?

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    • Aerospace & Defence
    • Automotive
    • Communications
    • Construction Materials
    • Public Services
    • Electrical/Electronic Engineering
    • Food, Drink, Tobacco
    • Gas, Water, Electricity
    • Instrument Engineering
    • Mechanical Engineering
    • Medical
    • Metal Goods
    • Mining, Quarrying
    • Paper, Print
    • Petro-chemical
    • Pharmaceutical
    • Research/Standards/Education
    • Rubber/Plastics Processing
    • Textiles, Leather, Clothing
    • Vehicles, Marine, Aerospace…
    • Automation
    • Calibration
    • Data Acquisition
    • Electronic Test Equipment
    • Environmental Analysis
    • Equipment Test & Repair
    • Image Capture and Analysis
    • Instrumentation
    • Intrinsically Safe Devices
    • Inspection/Machine Vision
    • Oscilloscopes
    • PC Hardware/Software
    • Powerline Monitoring
    • Control Systems
    • Recorders/Gauges & Displays
    • Signal Condition Equipment
    • Spectrum Analysers
    • Valves/Process Hardware…

The 2018 show will share a hall with What’s New In Electronics (WNIE) Live – the UK’s only electronics exhibition – and will continue to be co-located with TCT Show and PPMA. This bumper engineering experience will attract even more highly-targeted and engaged visitors.

Show marketing

Companies that book a stand will enjoy the following perks as part of their exhibitors package:

  • Inclusion in the Show Guide, distributed throughout the duration of the show.
  • A personalised digital marketing pack to help promote your companies presence at the Show.
  • An entry on the revamped show website.
  • Regular inclusion in social media campaigns.
  • The opportunity to be included in the Show Preview, published across all Connecting Industry titles.
  • A chance to be featured in e-mail campaigns to the Sensors & Instrumentation database.
  • Opportunities to be featured in PR to Show media database.

Past exhibitors said:

“More than half of the people we met over the course of the event were new to us. What more can you ask for from a show?

“We have never been asked for so many quotes at an exhibition; we’ll definitely be back next year.”

“We had a fantastic lead for an application that we have never been involved in before which matches our portfolio perfectly.”

“It’s been a really good event, with a number of new customers and contacts coming our way.”

“We’ve seen enough people to talk to and they were all serious about buying. It’s been a good show.”