How you benefit as an exhibitor at electronica 2024 in the field of electromechanics and system peripherals.
Nowhere else will you find your target group more concentrated, more motivated and more willing to invest than at electronica, the world's largest and most important meeting place for the electronics industry. And nowhere else will you find a better environment for successfully tapping into new target groups and business areas. This is the only place where decision-makers from all application areas come together—including industrial electronics, smarter mobility, smart energy and connectivity. This makes the world's leading trade fair the ideal platform for anyone who thinks bigger. And who want to drive their business forward.
From relays, switches and keyboards to interconnection components, connection systems and housing technology: electronica covers the most important areas of electromechanics and offers valuable insights with the application-oriented Electrical Connectors Forum.
As the No. 1 global meeting place for the industry, electronica offers you the ideal basis for top-class networking, knowledge exchange, international presence and strengthening your market position. Your audience? All the key players in the industry—around 70,000 potential business partners, 74% of whom are decision-makers and 49% in management positions.
Actively combating the shortage of skilled workers: With the electronica Careers program, the world's leading trade fair supports its exhibitors in employer branding and recruiting young talent. The program includes the publication of job advertisements on site and a central Career Area with advice from Schuh-Eder Consulting. For the future of the industry—and your company.
27,000 m² exhibition space in the field of electromechanics & system peripherals
of exhibition space
54% international visitors from 102 countries Top visitor countries besides Germany Italy, Austria, UK, France, Switzerland, USA, Israel, Turkey, Spain, Sweden.
Top-class supporting program with approx. 6,000 participants and approx. 250 forum and conference contributions