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Electronic Components Industry

Munich – It’s time to prepare for electronica 2018, November 13 to 16, in Munich, Germany. Don't miss this excellent opportunity to enter the international arena and present your products to buyers from all over the globe while receiving complementary and professional support from the U.S. Commercial Service every step of the way.

The biennial show is the largest and most significant marketing platform for electronic components, systems and applications worldwide—with an up-to-date program of innovation and information featuring some 2,700 exhibitors from 50 countries and up to 75.000 trade visitors. electronica 2016 showcased the entire complex world of electronics. Key topics included automotive, embedded systems, and a start-up platform. The previous event attracted 73,000 trade visitors from 87 countries—50% of which were from outside of Germany, 89% decision-makers, 24% key decision makers. Besides the above mentioned topics, the show organizer, Munich Trade Fairs, puts a special emphasis on a range of interdisciplinary exhibition areas, including:

  • Displays
  • Electromechanical systems
  • Electronic design automation (EDA)
  • Electronic manufacturing services (EMS)
  • Embedded systems
  • PCBs and other circuit carriers
  • Power supplies
  • Micro- and nanosystems
  • Passive components
  • Semiconductors
  • Sensors
  • Services
  • System components, assemblies and subsystems
  • Test and measurement
  • Wireless

Moreover, electronica will be accompanied by the "Wireless Congress 2016: Systems & Applications", hosted by the German Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers' Association (ZVEI).

This truly international event is ideal to meet with distributors and international buyers. Participation in electronica 2018 can help you expand your international business.

 

Joint Exhibitor Support Program (JESP)

The U.S. Commercial Service Munich (CS Munich) will be present to work with U.S. exhibitors at electronica 2018. In 2016, we have teamed up with our office in London (CS London) to conduct a joint ESP in Germany and the UK. Through our combined efforts, we were able to provide you with a variety of services, including market research, assistance in finding suitable business partners and other customized services, all designed to promote your exports in two major European markets before, during and after the show. The joint ESP included the following elements:

CS Munich

  • Focused email promotion of U.S. exhibitors to local contacts in the electronic components industry in Germany (FREE)
  • On-site counseling, market research, interpreting, and logistics assistance (FREE)
  • Product listing on BuyUSA.gov Germany (FREE)

CS London

  • Focused email promotion of U.S. exhibitors to local contacts in the electronic components industry
  • Arrangement of meetings between U.S. exhibitors and UK buyers
  • This additional, market-specific support by CS London is offered at a flat fee of USD 400.

If you are interested in using our support services at electronica 2016, please contact us at the below listed email addresses.

 

Your U.S. Commercial Service Contact

At the show, electronics specialist Moritz Holst was working the floor on behalf of the U.S. exhibitors and supported them throughout the show. To request additional support leading up to electronica 2018, or to receive advice on the German market, please contact:

Moritz von Holst
U.S. Commercial Service Munich
Phone: +49 (89) 2888-754
Email: moritz.holst@trade.gov

 

For more information on electronica 2018 please visit the organizer's website http://www.electronica.de.

*Note on Intellectual Property Rights (IPR): Both the U.S. Commercial Service and Reed Exhibitions are proactively engaged in defending American companies against counterfeit and copyright infringement. Please see our guidelines about IPR at Trade Fairs in Europe on our website. It shows how exhibitors can be supported on this very important subject.
Also see information about the Commerce Department’s Strategy Targeting Organized Piracy (STOP!) and the State Department’s online Publication on enforcement of intellectual property rights.


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