All Things Media and ECA officially launch ED&I Expo

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The Electrical Design and Install Expo (ED&I) will take place at the NEC, Birmingham, on 6th-7th September 2017, providing a unique opportunity for those involved in the electrical industry to come together under one roof. The event will allow visitors to talk directly to manufacturers and distributors about their products and services and will encourage the sharing of ideas across many industry sectors.

The ED&I Expo is being organised by All Things Media (ATM), the company behind Essential Install Live!, and is being backed by the Electrical Contractors’ Association (ECA), which will be the headline sponsor for the event.

The show was officially announced by All Things Media managing director David Kitchener, and Steve Martin, head of specialist groups at the ECA.

Steve Bratt, CEO of the ECA, said, ‘The ECA is very pleased to be working with ATM on the ED&I Expo, which presents a unique opportunity for designers, installers, suppliers and manufacturers from across the industry, as well as showcasing what the industry has to offer to important clients and specifiers. With the ED&I Expo being held at the UK’s leading exhibition venue – the NEC in Birmingham – all the ingredients are in place to deliver a hugely important new industry event next autumn.’

For full details about the show visit: www.edandiexpo.com

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