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28th November 2017, Birmingham

Advanced Engineering 2017 records rise in attendance

The two-day open conference had a raft of speakers and topics. © Inside CompositesAdvanced Engineering 2017, the UK’s largest annual engineering event, closed its doors earlier this month, welcoming 15% more visitors than in 2016. According to Easyfairs, organisers of the show, representatives spanning a huge breadth of engineering and manufacturing applications came together, sparking off an exhibitor booking frenzy for the show’s 2018 edition, 35% higher than the previous year.

“This year was outstanding. The visitors, the conference speakers, the companies who supplied the show floor features and the exhibitors have all contributed to making Advanced Engineering 2017 a success,” commented Alison Willis, industrial divisional director at Easyfairs. “Our new zone, Connected Manufacturing, was hugely popular, with a particularly well-attended open forum, demonstrating the importance of Industry 4.0 to companies of all sizes.”

“And now, we are looking to even more areas of expansion for Advanced Engineering, with the addition of our new Nuclear Engineering zone, addressing nuclear energy build, operation and supply chain. We will be in touch with all exhibitors and visitors in the next few months. We’ll be pulling the stops out even further next year as 2018 is the show’s 10th birthday, and it’s set to be bigger and better than ever.”

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