Conference is set for May 23-24 at Centennial College’s Conference Centre in Toronto.
David Savastano, Editor05.09.18
Flexible and hybrid electronics (FHE) are making inroads globally, and Canada has built a strong ecosystem to further its growth. CPES 2018, which will be held May 23-24 at Centennial College’s Conference Centre in Toronto, will bring together brand owners, end users and leaders from throughout the supply chain to highlight the latest gains being made in the field.
Peter Kallai, president and CEO of IntelliFLEX Innovation Alliance, which organizes CPES2018, said that the organization continues to see growth in interest in FHE and participation in CPES.
“Most important for us is the caliber of participation from various corners of the industrial sector,” Kallai added. “We have attracted more involvement and built deeper relationships with manufacturers that stand to benefit from the adoption of FHE technologies. I am talking about well-established and globally competitive companies, many of which are multibillion-dollar enterprises, such as auto
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