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Funding and collaboration opportunities for the sensors and test international show


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Funding and collaboration opportunities for the Sensors and Test international show. The Sensors and Instrumentation Group of ESP KTN invite you to a breakfast meeting and partnering event. The event will be running twice, the first on 6 March in London and the second 7 March in Edinburgh.

Date and Time

07 March 2013 - 08:30-13:00


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The Sensors and Test exhibition in Nurnberg, Germany is the biggest sensing and instrumentation show in Europe. It regularly attracts over 8000 visitors from throughout the world over its three day duration, and the next event is 14 - 16 May, 2013.

ESP KTN is running two identical breakfast meetings, one in London and the other in Edinburgh.

These events are to bring together companies and institutes interested in exhibiting, and to highlight the support available to reduce their costs, and to extract value from the stand that ESP KTN will be taking to the show.


What will this opportunity provide?

  • New sales and partnership leads
  • Increase awareness of European customers and competitors
  • Increased funding opportunities and new partners for European funding


Breakfast meeting event format

08:30Breakfast and refreshments
10:00Introduction to ESP
10:10Introduction to Sensors and Test
10:15Support mechanisms
10:30What can we do to help?
10:40Coffee and networking

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