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RS, TEST, MEASUREMENT & CONTROL There are a number of


exciting changes in store to celebrate a decade of Sensors & Instrumentation and I look forward to growing this event alongside a thriving industry.


LOUISE PUDNEY EVENT DIRECTOR


A number of market leaders have already confirmed their presence at the anniversary show, including:


Why don’t you join them?


With Sensors & Instrumentation Live’s 10th anniversary event set to be the biggest to date, make sure your company is front and center. Stand packages start at just £1000 and include:


• Shell scheme stand, including 500W power, lighting, company name board, carpet, cleaning and security.


• An entry in the Show Guide, distributed to thousands of professionals over 2 days.


• An entry in the online Exhibitor Directory.


• Social media coverage in the lead up to – and throughout – the event.


• Editorial coverage in leading industry magazines in the lead up to and after the event.


• Entry to an exclusive networking party to celebrate 10 years of Sensors & Instrumentation Live at the close of day 1.


• 12 months of unlimited PR uploads onto the Instrumentation website.


• 12 months of unlimited Tweets and social media coverage across the Instrumentation portfolio.


• A FOC product placement in the Innovation Showcase – boosting the visibility of your product of choice to visitors at the event.


Secure your stand today! Contact Louise Pudney


T: +44 (0) 1622 699104 E: lpudney@datateam.co.uk UMENTATIONLIVE.CO.UK


REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN


Head to the


Sensors & Instrumentation Live website to claim your free entry badge


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