The Engineering Design Show is the UK’s only event entirely dedicated to engineering, electronics and embedded design. Benefit from direct access to the latest products, services and innovations available to the sector.
Across the two show days the exhibition will deliver the contacts, connections and content that design engineers in the UK need to succeed. Visitors will be able to harness new innovations from over 200 world class suppliers. Plus, visitors can enjoy two days of free conference sessions, exclusively curated by the market leading publications: Eureka, New Electronics and The Engineer. Hear straight from an expert line-up of speakers covering everything from: IoT, sustainability, reaching net zero, designing in ethics, compliance testing, cyber-security and much more!
Join us at EDS to stay ahead of the curve with everything to do with the future of engineering, electronics and embedded design.
For more than three decades, Eureka has been the magazine of choice for design engineers. By reporting on the latest technology, innovations and engineering applications, it seeks to inspire engineers to make their designs more efficient, cost-effective and commercially successful.
Running the gamut of engineering applications, Eureka includes special features on the aerospace, renewable energy, medical and automotive sectors, as well as covering all the technology areas relevant to the modern design engineer.
We deliver high value marketing solutions and services whatever your requirement. Beyond providing data, telemarketing, email campaign and consultancy services, we have delivered a number of online databases and websites for organisations such as SMMT (Society of Motor Vehicle Manufacturers and Traders), SOE (Society of Operations Engineers), we also provide data for a number of public and privately owned corporations.
Machinery is a feature-led monthly magazine read by production engineers, production managers, production directors and managing directors in OEMS and sub-contractors engaged in metalcutting/metalforming.
Machinery covers manufacturing technology developments and applications in key areas, including: machine tools; tooling; workholding; CADCAM; and inspection/quality.
It also gives coverage to the developments and initiatives of manufacturing OEMs and sub-contractors, plus those of manufacturing technology suppliers.
Machinery’s monthly circulation is targeted at individuals in production engineering and management in UK sites using machine tools or outsourcing machine tool work.
Manufacturing Management (MM) celebrates the best of UK manufacturing and the management teams who make our factories world-class. With 70 years of heritage as Works Management magazine, we aspire to help our readers realise growth in their sites’ productivity and profit through the content we provide in every issue. From lean management techniques to maintenance via the impending fourth industrial revolution, MM champions the cause of directors and managers in charge of the UK’s world-leading sites, offering them a wealth of best-practice ideas.
Established more than 40 years ago, New Electronics is the electronics industry's leading magazine and a central hub for design engineers. With its blend of technology features, news and new product information, New Electronics keeps designers and managers up to date with the fastest moving industry in the world.
Subcon returns to the NEC in 2023 bringing together the full manufacturing ecosystem for the UK's longest-established subcontract manufacturing supply chain show. This is the premier event for procurement teams from both OEMs and tiered suppliers to benchmark their subcontracting manufacturing capabilities and refine their supply chain.
This year, Subcon will also feature The Engineer Live, Manufacturing Management Live and Machinery Live. These new areas of the show will showcase our leading engineering and manufacturing journals, The Engineer, Manufacturing Management and Machinery. Together they will spearhead dedicated conference streams bringing together the leading voices in the industry for two days of free sessions.
Visit Subcon to find the best suppliers, discover the latest industry innovations and access practical advice to help you optimize your business strategies.
Founded in 1856, The Engineer’s is the UK’s longest running publication for engineers. Today, via its website and monthly print magazine The Engineer provides in depth features, news and opinion on technology trends and developments across all of the key engineering sectors.