760 attendees from 32 countries attended the IDTechEx Printed Electronics Europe event in Dresden earlier this month. The event, the largest in the World on the topic, grew by over 20% compared to the previous year. Attendees said of the show:
”An ideal introduction to the Printed Electronics Industry, excellent venue and great speakers.” UK Trade and Investment.
“The perfect networking environment.” Prelonic Technologies
”If you are involved in printed electronics in any way, this conference is a must for networking with academics, material suppliers, equipment suppliers, processors and even potential customers.” Conductive Inkjet Technology
”This conference was an excellent opportunity for us, as a spin-off company, to come into contact with key players in the field from the material and the equipment side.” NeoDec
”High concentration of Printed Electronics Companies in one place with lots of people from the PE industry here, learn, make contacts.”
Bayer Material Science.
Building on this success, IDTechEx is focussing on its third annual prestigious Printed Electronics Asia event which will be held in Tokyo, Japan on Sept 30th to Oct 1st 2009. In addition to a 2 day conference and exhibition, there will also be exclusive tours to major Japanese organisations working on printed electronics and thin film photovoltaics. This is your chance to meet, learn from and forge new relationships with your counterparts in Asia. There is an exclusive 40% early bird discount off the registration price until May 31st. See www.IDTechEx.com/peAsia for details.
The sixth annual Printed Electronics USA 2009 event will be held in the heart of Silicon Valley at San Jose, CA on December 2nd-3rd 2009. We are co-locating our Photovoltaics Beyond Conventional Silicon show alongside Printed Electronics USA creating the focal point for the industry and the must attend networking event of the year.
See www.IDTechEx.com/peUSA for details.
If you require any further information on attending, presenting or exhibiting at these events, please contact Chris Clare at firstname.lastname@example.org