Australia's largest electronics exhibition opens soon


Electronex 2010, the most significant specialised event for the electronics sector to be staged in Australia for many years, opens in Sydney next week.

The exhibition will feature more than 80 leading names in electronics as well as an innovative electronics conference.

Electronex 2010 provides the opportunity to speak to industry experts face to face and learn how next generation electronics technology provides a competitive edge in a changing market to maximize business results.

The trade only event showcases the latest electronics technology for design, manufacturing, components, assembly, test & measurement, communications, and R&D for all industry sectors requiring electronics solutions for production, maintenance, repair and manufacture.

The exhibition and conference will be held at Australian Technology Park, just 2 km from the Sydney CBD.

The Expo will be held on Wednesday, September 8 from 10am-6pm and on Thursday, September 9 from 9am-6pm.

You can register free as a business visitor or conference delegate at:

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