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WNIE Live announces new venue for 2019 event

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Whats New in Electronics (WNIE) will begin a new chapter this September, with the relocation of its WNIE Live event to a new venue – NAEC Stoneleigh at Stoneleigh Park, located in the Midlands.

The new venue, located at the heart of Coventry and Warwickshire, a major centre of R&D, test and development and manufacturing within the UK, will provide the Whats New in Electronics team with a flexible event space with evolving facilities, offering the perfect blank canvas for the latest evolution of its WNIE Live event, which will take place from 18th – 19th September 2019.

NAEC Stoneleigh hosts over 200 events per annum, with 21,000sqm of purpose-built flexible indoor space and extensive outdoor space including Stoneleigh Park Lodge, a 57-bedroom guest house, a camp site, and 4×4 off road track makes it a perfect venue for national and international events, business forums, expos, outdoor festivals and corporate events.

Chris Hartley, managing director, NAEC Stoneleigh said, We are delighted to welcome WNIE Live 2019 to NAEC Stoneleigh, which has established itself as one of the most versatile venues in the Midlands. 

Myself and my team look forward to supporting the event including introducing the organisers to regional stakeholders, universities and local chambers of commerce to ensure the benefits of this great event are highlighted to as much of the industry as possible.

WNIE live 2019 will encompass everything electronics, embedded, engineering, design and manufacturing and will provide visitors with the opportunity to witness hundreds of new products, as well as a plethora of industry innovation in action, focusing on all aspects of the electronics industry.

Event director, Claire Saunders added, The UK electronics and embedded sectors are still seen as global industry leaders, WNIE Live 2019 will again deliver a platform for industry to come together and connect, learn and make key contacts. 

We were highly impressed with the space and facilities on offer at NAEC Stoneleigh, and we are confident it will provide us with the prime location for this premier UK electronics and embedded event to evolve and grow.

One of the many reasons we chose to relocate to this venue was the opportunity to offer free parking to visitors and exhibitors, plus the ability to offer better priced service charges to exhibitors, meaning we can develop the event back into one where the latest products and equipment can be showcased in a live environment. 

We will be unveiling lots more exciting developments over the next few months and we look forward to welcoming back previous exhibitors and visitors and meeting new ones,” concluded Claire.



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