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The techUK Electronics Programme is made up of companies in the UK who manufacture electronic systems or subsystems, modules or components, are involved in the supply chain for electronic systems designed in the UK or are manufacturers of products which use or incorporate Electronics. The aim of the group is to identify and drive the market forward by facilitating networking and discussions that can result in the uptake of innovative products, solutions and services and by organising high-quality technical and business seminars.

Within the Electronics Programme, there are several focus groups representing the supply side industries vital to the other techUK themes and to the digital future of the UK. These focus groups comprise mainly SME companies who benefit from making connections with other UK companies and by attending technical and business briefing seminars.

  • EMD forum – Manufacturing and Design
  • Medical Electronics
  • Wireless Comms
  • Printed Electronics.

Develop Networks

Develop Markets

Reducing Business Costs

Reduce Business Risk

 

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