Southern Manufacturing & Electronics seminar programme: Tools to give you an edge in a challenging world

Southern Manufacturing & Electronics, the UK’s biggest and longest running electronics show, returns to Farnborough from February 8th to 10th 2022, with its incredible selection of high-tech production, components, software, business and subcontract services, drawn from all over the UK and beyond.

The show appeals to all sectors of industry thanks to the incredible range of suppliers taking part, including major international machinery and production equipment manufacturers, component suppliers, OEM parts, consumables and pretty much every type of subcontract service provider.

Alongside the thousands of products and services on show, the ever-popular free seminar programme also returns for 2022 in a socially-distanced format. With UK business now operating in a post-covid, post-Brexit world, keeping abreast of the latest legislation and management strategies has never been more important. This year, among the topics discussed, Paul Grabham looks at the impacts of post Brexit and covid on HMRC R&D Tax Credits. Tim Scurlock of Applied Lean Consulting gives some ideas on how to drive continuous improvement in your business; Graham Cooper offers tips on energy usage reduction in manufacturing and Nick Aitken and Dr Alex Martin give advice on how to handle a product safety incident. Sessions run over all three days and a full list is available on the show’s website at

Farnborough International Exhibition Centre is among Europe’s most up-to-date exhibition sites, with extensive infection control measures in place to help ensure as low-risk an environment as possible. There’s free onsite car parking for 3,500 vehicles, as well as a dedicated free bus service between Farnborough’s train stations straight to the show. The venue itself delivers a very good standard of services including a free WiFi service and on-site catering.

Southern Manufacturing & Electronics 2022 opens from February 8th to 10th. Admission to the exhibition is free. More information and tickets are available from

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