IPC’s Raymond E. Pritchard Hall of Fame Members Invite PCB Executives


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Members of IPC’s Raymond E. Pritchard Hall of Fame have put together the PCB Executive Forum, a learning and networking forum for senior-level executives of PCB fabricator organizations and their suppliers. The forum will be presented on Monday, February 13, 2017 in San Diego during the IPC APEX EXPO conference and show.

The PCB Executive Forum focuses on critical issues: market trends, customer requirements and the economy. Learn from recognized industry experts, and find out how your peers address common challenges. 

Take advantage of this rare opportunity to meet with other decision makers. Invest in your company’s future and make plans to attend this one-of-a-kind learning and networking event.

Registration includes admission to all event activities, including networking breakfast and luncheon plus:

  • Speaker presentation materials
  • Contact information for event participants
  • Admission to the Exhibition—Show Floor opens Tuesday, February 14
  • VIP dinner—exclusive activity for IPC members(1)

To view the agenda, click here. To register, click here

Not an IPC member yet? Register for the PCB Executive Forum and get a significant discount on IPC membership for 2017. For more information, contact Kim DiCianni, exhibits manager and membership representative, at +1 847-597-2823.

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