ARENA MK SIGNS UP NEW EXHIBITION

ARENA MK SIGNS UP NEW EXHIBITION

June 27, 2017

Arena MK has signed up a new live event, the Robotics & Automation exhibition, scheduled for 11-12 October 2017.

 

The exhibition will offer visitors the opportunity to meet and connect with robot manufacturers, system integrators and experts in automation & machine vision.

 

The show’s top name suppliers will be ready and waiting to help visitors improve efficiency, reduce costs and gain a competitive advantage in a global marketplace. It is expected to attract over 1,000 visitors primarily from retail, manufacturing, automotive, distribution, warehousing and pharmaceutical sectors.

 

Katie Stone, sales manager at Arena MK said: "We are delighted to have won this piece of business which was heavily reliant on premium connectivity for exhibitors. Arena MK’s new Gigabit technology allows us to compete with world- class venues offering stress-free, affordable and competitive solutions for event organisers, we’re looking forward to working with show organisers Akabo Media, and this becoming a regular event at Arena MK."

 

Nairn Foster, sales director at organiser Akabo Media, added: "The Robotics & Automation exhibition is an exciting new addition to the established Akabo Media events portfolio. A growing amount of businesses are looking to drive efficiency and reduce costs by introducing automation and have many questions, but are unsure who to speak to. Robotics & Automation provides visitors with a one stop shop to view and engage with the companies leading this exciting sector who are keen to answer those questions.

 

"With so many relevant businesses in and around Milton Keynes, we are delighted to be holding this event at Arena MK and hope to work again with them on future events.”

 

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