ESCO comprises the following organisations:


BEAMA provides leadership, expertise and independent influence in the areas of product safety, performance, energy efficiency and sustainability in the electrotechnical supply chain.

Westminster Tower, 3 Albert Embankment, London SE1 7SL

020 7793 3000

Electrical Contractors’ Association

Represents electrical engineering and building services contractors in the UK

Lincoln House, 137-143 Hammersmith Road, London W14 0QL
020 7313 4800

Electronic Component Supply Network

Promoting Positive Collaboration Throughout the Electronic Components Supply Network to Benefit Members and the Economy

The Manor House,High Street,Buntingford,SG9 9AB
01763 274748

Electronics Yorkshire

Electronics Yorkshire is a training, technology and resource centre focused on supporting the electronics industry across the UK

Airedale House, Clayton Wood Rise, Leeds LS16 6RF
0113 274 4270


The ESTnet is the electronic and software technologies network for Wales representing companies who design, develop, manufacture and integrate some of the world’s most advanced technologies

1 North Street, Newport NP20 1TE
02920 029700


GAMBICA is the national organisation representing the interests of companies in the instrumentation, control, automation and laboratory technology industry in the UK.

Broadwall House, 21 Broadwall, London SE1 9PL
020 7642 8080

International Institute of Obsolescence Management

The International Institute of Obsolescence Management (IIOM) is a professional body for those involved in, or interested in, Obsolescence Management. The Institute is for professionals worldwide who are dedicated to furthering their knowledge and understanding of the Obsolescence Management discipline and who wish to network with a wide group of companies from a global membership

Unit 3, Curo Park, St Albans, Herts AL2 2DD
01727 876 029

Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN)

Funded by InnovateUK to drive innovations in technologies underpinning the devices, tools and products that are taken for granted today.  KTN is committed to connecting people that don’t usually meet, helping them solve real world challenges.

Bailey House, Barttelot Road, Horsham, West Sussex RH12 1DQ
01403 251354


NMI is the trade association representing the UK Electronic Systems, Microelectronics and Semiconductor Communities. Its objective is to aid the development of a sustainable, world-leading industry by building a strong network and acting as a catalyst and facilitator for commercial and technological development.

Geddes House, Kirkton North, Livingston EH54 6GU
01506 401210


The SETsquared Partnership is the enterprise collaboration between five leading research-intensive universities: Bath, Bristol, Exeter, Southampton and Surrey and a focus for enterprise activity and new business creation for the five university partners

The University of Bath Innovation Centre, Ground Floor, Bath, BA1 1UD

01225 388711


techUK is the voice of the UK’s technology industry, helping companies of all sizes compete and innovate in a dynamic global market. It represents the views of industry to Government and regulators and provides opportunities for Government and regulators to interact with industry on key policy and market issues.

10 St Bride Street, London EC4A 4AD
020 7331 2000


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The Old Forge, Rectory Lane, Brasted, Kent TN16 1JS
01959 561345

Peter Brooks
ESCO Executive Chairman

Ken Ball
ESCO Executive Vice Chairman