Electronex rescheduled to September 2021


Electronex - The Electronics Design & Assembly expo which was to be held in May this year has been rescheduled to 15-16 September at Rosehill Gardens Sydney.

With the uncertainy surrounding the Covid-19 pandemic and resulting potential border closures, Noel Gray Managing Director of show organiser AEE said the decision was made out of necessity.

"Plans were well underway to hold the event in May this year, however with the uncertainly that was created by the Covid–19 outbreaks and state border closures over Christmas, we decided to take a cautious approach and reschedule to September which is the time the Expo is normally held.

"A large number of exhibitors and visitors attend from interstate and the move to September allows time for the vaccine roll out and a more consistent approach from state governments around border closures.”

Electronex was first held in 2010 and has grown to become the pre-eminent hi-tech trade event for engineers, management and decision makers that that utilize electronics in manufacturing, design, assembly or servicing and attracts over 1000 trade visitors and around 90 Australian based exhibitors.

Exhibitors were extremely supportive of the move and around 85% of the space had already been sold.

Electronex has also been approved for the Federal Business Events Programme enabling larger stands to claim up to 50% of the costs associated with their participation.

For information about exhibiting at Electronex 2021 please contact AEE on 03 9676 2133 or email

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