IPC APEX EXPO 2016: A Global Experience


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IPC APEX EXPO has always been a melting pot of education, training, and technology. In years’ past, the show has focused on delivering the latest in technical research, industry best practices, and providing networking opportunities with industry leaders. The theme of this year’s show is “Forward Thinking for Tomorrow’s Technology.” This mantra couldn’t be more appropriate as this year’s show will be looking ahead to global industry technologies and solutions.

As the electronics industry expands, global participation is needed. Not just from the community outside the United States, but for American companies to participate with their global counterparts. IPC APEX EXPO 2016, which will be held from March 13-17 in Las Vegas, will deliver this needed global focus by providing education, solutions, and opportunities.

IPC has made it a priority to increase global support for our members and the industry. In 2015 alone, IPC increased the number of standards distributed across the globe by translating standards into more than 11 different languages. As a result, there has been an increased international interest in IPC APEX EXPO, as the annual event has become a hotbed of global discussion for the electronics industry.

If this will be your first IPC APEX EXPO, then we invite you to check out the First Timers Welcome Breakfast. For our international audience, we will be hosting an International Reception. Either way, IPC APEX EXPO’s technical conference, show floor, and professional development courses are geared toward fostering an environment of international growth.

Register today or click here for more information.

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