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Engineering Design Show now 65% booked

Engineering Design Show now 65% booked
Engineering Design Show now 65% booked

Findlay Media's Engineering Design Show is now more than 65% booked.

The inaugural event, due to take place at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry between 10th and 11th October 2012, will focus on the needs of design engineers in the mechanical and electronic fields.

With a comprehensive conference, exhibition and practical workshop programme, it is the only show of its kind catering specifically for design engineers, regardless of the industry in which they work.

Schaeffler, igus, TDK Lambda, Brownell, TFC, Lee Spring and Henkel are just some of the leading companies that have already signed up to exhibit at the event.

The Engineering Design Show has also been well received amongst trade bodies and institutions with many, including IMechE, UKEA, ETN, Intellect and Profibus, having pledged their support.

"If you were to attend shows that only focus on individual niche elements you could be out of the office every week at a different event that only meets a small part of your information needs," said Findlay Media's Executive Director, Ed Tranter."That's why the Engineering Design Show has been launched, to provide all aspects of engineering design under one roof."

Tranter continued: "I'm delighted with the initial response from industry suppliers, stakeholders and of course from design engineers themselves. After extensive research we are confident of providing a high quality event tailored specifically to the needs of design engineers."

More information about the event is available at www.engineeringdesignshow.co.uk.

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Laura Hopperton

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