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The 8th annual IPCA Electronics India Expo 2015 will be held from Thursday August 20 through Saturday August 22 in New Delhi, Pragati Maidan. The Expo aims to revolutionize the ‘Make in India’ concept and create an ecosystem for the existing and new players of the electronics industry. The exhibition will highlight the key components of electronic products and equipment along with other allied industries, thus covering the entire value-added chain of the electronics industry.
The show is an apt platform for buyers and sellers to meet, interact and transact. The presence of global players from the electronics industry of nations like USA, UK, Japan, Korea, Germany, Taiwan, China, etc at the Expo increases the scope of business for players in the Indian electronics industry, while opening a wider platform for the visitors of the show. The show is supported by DeitY, Government of India. For more information go to http://ipca-expo.com/.
Andy Shaughnessy, I-Connect007
There was some good news this week, as Republicans and Democrats managed to cooperate long enough to pass the CHIPS Act. Members of the House and Senate don’t usually act until they get worried about being voted out of office, so pardon me if I’m not ready to sing “Happy Days Are Here Again” just yet. But this is still really good news; the politicians are on the record now, and we can hold them accountable.
Nolan Johnson, I-Connect007
In this enlightening conversation with M&A specialist Tom Kastner, Nolan Johnson learns that it’s a buyer’s market—and a seller’s market too. This sets up an interesting dynamic no matter which side you might be on. What trends are in play that have led to this situation and how can you make the most of it? Tom shares valuable insights that will get you thinking and planning your own strategies.
Pete Starkey, I-Connect007
With his knowledgeable insight into the business and technology of the printed circuit industry, Dr. Shiuh-Kao Chiang, managing partner at Prismark Partners, has put a global perspective on the challenges of the 2022 PCB market. His presentation at the EIPC Summer Conference in Orebro, Sweden, on June 14 was eagerly awaited by an attentive audience, keen to share his vision. From his comments, it was clear that 2022 will be an interesting year and does not appear particularly friendly for the PCB business.