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MMG appoints new editorial assistant and increases frequency in USA

Friday, October 11th, 2013

Natalie Freeman has been appointed editorial assistant for Electrical Sourcing, and will work on the title from launch. Congratulations to Natalie for this well-deserved promotion. Like the best British pop star, MMG Publishing also appears to be succeeding in the USA, and following a successful inaugural North American ES Live event, a second will be…

Electronics Sourcing plans Boston event

Wednesday, July 10th, 2013

With the UK ES LIVE event featuring 91 exhibitors and delivering an impressive 57% growth in 2013, the team at Electronics Sourcing has decided to expand their ambitions to the USA. Their first American event will be ES LIVE Boston, which will be held on 3rd October 2013. It will be a free one-day networking…

Electronics Sourcing to hold seminars at electronica

Friday, September 14th, 2012

Electronics Sourcing will hold two ES Live seminars on Thursday 15th November 2012 in the Electronica Forum, Hall A3 Room A3.242. The event will consist of two live debates: Time-to-Market – 2.00pm – 2.45pm Supply Chain Security in a Turbulent World. 2.45-3.30pm

Digital is dead – readers want print!

Monday, August 20th, 2012

According to Electronics Sourcing, 90% of their readers want the publication in paper format. Is this typical of all publications in the electronics sector? Probably not. Whilst it’s common knowledge that Europeans still have a fondness for “dead tree media”, I suspect that there are several reasons why Electronics Sourcing might have got such an…

ES Live outgrows Reading venue

Wednesday, May 30th, 2012

ES LIVE 2012 attracted a total of 472 visitors, with 217 attending the supply chain and design engineer seminars and workshops. In addition to the visitors, 268 exhibiting staff (representing 60 exhibitors) also attended. Next year ES LIVE takes place on Thursday 16 May at the StadiumMK, Doubletree Hilton, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire. The exhibition will…

UK show sells out!

Saturday, March 10th, 2012

It’s not unfair that the UK has a bad reputation when it comes to shows: British engineers don’t visit as much as their German counterparts and this means exhibitors tend to put in less effort for UK events. The resulting downward spiral is as depressing as it is inevitable. Well perhaps not! The organisers of…

Electronics Sourcing aims for a global audience with new website

Saturday, February 4th, 2012

Electronics Sourcing has launched a new website which it hopes will reach electronics purchasing and supply chain professionals in the UK, Europe and North America. The site launches with over 4,000 articles and features a wide range of content, including a section dedicated to electronics assembly professionals. The site looks great, and grabbed my attention…

ES LIVE moves to a bigger location

Wednesday, July 6th, 2011

The UK is one of the toughest countries for trade shows, so it’s great to hear that ES LIVE 2012 is relocating to a larger venue – the Royal Berkshire Conference Centre Hotel within the Madejski Stadium, home of Reading Football Club and the London Irish Rugby Club. The new location has space for 80…

Electronics Assembly magazine to return?

Wednesday, June 29th, 2011

OK, now I believe that the recovery is real! Electronics Sourcing is talking about re-starting publication of Electronics Assembly magazine, a title that they suspended just over a year ago. We understand that the plan would be to publish on a quarterly basis initially, with the first issue appearing just before productronica. The electronics manufacturing…

Purchasers buy in to Electronics Sourcing Live

Friday, May 27th, 2011

Electronics Sourcing Live is not a typical trade show. More reminiscent of a matchmaking service for purchasers and suppliers than a conventional trade show, the success of the event depends on the quality and not the quantity of buyers who attend. Mark Leary, organiser of the event, told me that they are delighted with the…

Electronics Sourcing North America completes BPA audit

Monday, January 31st, 2011

There has been a clear move away from audits by publishers in the last couple of years. In addition to the cost saving, digital distribution means that many publishers focus on open rates rather than detailed audits. Whilst open rates are important, they can’t give the demographic information that is provided by an audit. So…

Electronics Sourcing North America appoints Gina Roos as full-time editor

Sunday, December 12th, 2010

Electronics Sourcing North America has appointed Gina Roos as the publication’s full-time editor, and at the same time has acquired Gina’s Electronics Advocate website.

Electronics Sourcing plans networking event

Saturday, August 21st, 2010

Electronics Sourcing will be holding a event called Electronics Sourcing Live, consisting of networking, seminars & a table top exhibition in 2011. The event will be held at the Regency Hotel, Newbury, Berkshire on 12th May. Launching a show in the UK is a brave move, something Electronics Sourcing seem to specialist in! An excited…

MMG invest in circulation

Tuesday, February 23rd, 2010

The latest ABC figures are out (ABC issue annual figures, whereas BPA audits are published when the audit is completed), and I’m pleased that many titles continue to invest both in circulation and audits. It’s particularly pleasing when smaller publishers, who don’t have a huge circulation machine like some of the bigger publishers, are able…

MMG to take on America

Monday, July 27th, 2009

Hot on the heels of the launch of electronicsBOM.com, MMG has announced that Electronics Sourcing North America will be launched in April 2010. The title will launch with a circulation of over 40,000 electronics purchasing professionals, a new list that the publishers say has been 100% telephone researched from orginal SIC codes. The launch pad…

Do electronics professionals really want local language?

Tuesday, April 7th, 2009

Surely engineers want to read in their local language? Perhaps this received wisdom is under challenge from a recent survey by MMG Publishing, which has driven them to drop the dual-language format of Electronics Sourcing Europe in favour of an entirely English publication. Although the announcement was made last month, I’ve held back on covering…

MMG to launch new website

Tuesday, April 7th, 2009

MMG Publishing, are to launch a new website – ElectronicsBOM.com (NB site isn’t yet up and running). The site will be targeted at purchasers, rather than engineers, making it an ideal partner for their current magazines, Electronics Sourcing and Electronics Sourcing Europe. The business model for the site is simple: they aim to make this…

Electronics Sourcing Europe strengthens sales team

Tuesday, January 20th, 2009

Annette Tisken has joined MMG Publishing as area sales manager for advertising sales within Germany, Austria & Switzerland for Electronics Sourcing Europe and Electronics Assembly. Annette, who previously worked on E&E, will also work alongside Iris Steinbacher the editor from Munich.

Electronics Sourcing Europe claims successful launch

Friday, September 19th, 2008

MMG Publishing has told us that the November 2008 launch issue of Electronics Sourcing Europe will run to 126 pages, an impressive feat for the first issue, even allowing for the boost in interest because of electronica. In addition to exceeding pagination expectations, MMG has expanded circulation to 31,000, and promise that they will have…