Canada’s new printable electronics association off to a roaring start

Membership drive attracts 30 Founding Members

By Leo Valiquette

It’s become common practice in politics and business to judge someone new to their position by what they accomplish in their first 100 days. 

The team at the Canadian Printable Electronics Association (CPEIA) have taken this to heart.

Since making its official debut in November at IDTechEx’s Printed Electronics USA conference, the CPEIA has wasted no time driving its membership and taking the reins of the nation’s premier industry event, the 2015 Canadian Printable Electronics Symposium (CPES2015), taking place in Montreal, April 21-22.

Thirty-two public and private sector organizations have signed on and earned the distinction of becoming a CPEIA Founding Member. These organizations represent a strong cross section of the PE industry, from materials, devices and prototyping, to manufacturing and printing...

The founding members list can be found here »

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CPES20152015 Canadian Printed Electronics Symposium

April 21 to 22, 2015

The CPEIA has so far secured seven sponsors for CPES2015. Our three Gold Sponsors are Xerox Research Centre of Canada (XRCC), NovaCentrix and FUJIFILM Dimatix. They are profiled on our conference website along with our Silver Sponsors (Institute for Graphics Communications and the National Research Council of Canada) and our Bronze Sponsors (CMC Microsystems and KEYSTEP Growth & Finance)...

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Get Involved in building CPEIA and the Industry

What part can you play in shaping Canada’s printable electronics industry?
The strength of the CPEIA resides with its Members. Only by working together can we achieve the critical mass to generate new activity in our knowledge economy that will create jobs, create wealth and strengthen the Made in Canada brand abroad.
Regardless of whether you are an academic, an entrepreneur, a corporate executive, a researcher, an investor or a provider of the professional services critical to the success of any business, there is a place for you at our table.
In fact, if you are not at the table, there is no table...
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HTI Product Development Partnering Opportunity

HTI builds unique and innovative mobile entertainment experiences. Its leadership team has been involved in the design, development and distribution of hundreds of mobile entertainment products, with the world’s largest video game and toy brands. HTI has created highly successful and original intellectual property that has supported hugely successful brands in their respective markets. HTI currently requires a university-based research team or an SME that can help it identify existing printable electronic (PE) components that can be used to enhance existing products through integration with mobile platforms and applications.

Send us your tenders, RFPs

As always, we are committed to helping our Members make the most of their Membership. In addition to job postings, we are also developing the means to promote your tenders or requests for proposals.
To learn more about this opportunity with HTI, or if you have a tender or RFP you would like to promote to your fellow Members, please contact Peter Kallai at

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