EIPC Features Business Outlook for Global Electronics Industry


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The Directors of The European Institute for the PCB Community hosts a webinar Friday, October 2nd 2020 at 16.00 hrs Standard European Time.

The Webinar is limited to 75 registrations. The first 30 registrations are exclusive to EIPC members, most of whom will be familiar with the unique experience that is a presentation from Walt Custer, who is the fount of all knowledge about our market and our industry,

Walt will lead off with the Business Outlook for Global Electronics Industry, with particular emphasis on Europe, followed by a look at electronic industry supply chains, electronic equipment, process equipment, material and components, as well as a view of the PCB industry nationally and internationally.

Of specific pertinence will be his current economic outlook including leading indicators that will predict timing and magnitude of recovery.

In order to ensure that this event does not pass you by, please register on this page or email Kirsten at the EIPC office via kwestenberg@eipc.org

Your registration will be confirmed by the EIPC office via email. You will receive a ZOOM invitation to log in for the Webinar. The presentation will be distributed by Mr. Walt Custer himself after the online event has taken place.

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