Support for the Printable, Flexible and Wearable Electronics Conference & Exhibition – CPES2017 – is growing
CPEIA signs over a dozen partners and sponsors
Don’t miss out: Seize the early mover advantage and sponsor Canada’s premier industry event
OTTAWA—December 14, 2016—The Canadian Printable Electronics Industry Association (www.cpeia-acei.ca), has already welcomed an impressive roster of sponsors and supporting partners for CPES2017, Canada’s premier conference and trade show exhibition for printable, flexible and wearable electronics (PE).
CPES2017 takes place May 24-26 at Centennial College’s new Conference Centre in Toronto. Over 100 organizations and 200 attendees are expected, with industry-leading speakers and keynotes from around the world. Topics are expected to cover technology, manufacturing and application advances in smart packaging, health care, connected homes, intelligent buildings, aerospace and automotive.
And don’t forget: To take advantage of early bird pricing, secure your spot for a tabletop exhibit or academic poster, or to learn more about the CPES Innovation Awards, please visit www.CPES2017.ca.
Our confirmed sponsors to date include:
- Novacentrix, Diamond sponsor (novacentrix.com): A leading product innovator in printable electronics manufacturing that develops, patents, and commercializes new technologies in printable electronics, nanoparticle manufacturing, pulsed power equipment and related fields.
- Xerox Research Centre of Canada, Gold sponsor (http://xrcc.external.xerox.com): The global materials research and development centre for Xerox Corp. and a pioneer in the design, scale-up and supply of electronic and specialty materials.
- Tech Access Canada, Silver sponsor (tech-access.ca): Tech-Access Canada serves vital industrial sectors across the country, responding to industry applied research needs through innovation support services delivered by college faculty, staff and students. Its network of Technology Access Centres serve the research and innovation needs of specific regional economic clusters in nine technology sectors.
- CERADROP MGI Group, Bronze sponsor (ceradrop.fr): A subsidiary of MGI Group that designs and markets materials deposition inkjet printers exclusively for the printed electronics industry and smart 3D printing.
- Keystep Growth & Finance, Bronze sponsor (http://keystep.com): A strategic management consultancy that helps startup, emerging and mature high tech product and service companies achieve sustainable, long-term success.
- Electronic Products & Technology (ept.ca): The definitive leader serving the electronics OEM and MRO markets in Canada. EP&T has the largest total engineering, design and purchasing job titles of any magazine serving the electronics engineering and design community in Canada.
- IT World Canada (itworldcanada.com): Building on over three decades of solid relationships with Canada’s technology decision-makers through award-winning excellence in journalism, ITWC delivers incisive, relevant information to executive and managerial audiences. It also provides integrated marketing content strategies.
- Printed Electronics Now (printedelectronicsnow.com): A website, weekly e-newsletter and printed magazine devoted to the fast-growing field of printed electronics. Launched in 2008, Printed Electronics Now reports on industry events, real time news, market features, company profiles and much more. Visit the website to subscribe for free.
Supporting Partners & Associations
- Centennial College (centennialcollege.ca): Ontario’s first community college, Centennial College has a record of exemplary teaching, innovative programming and extensive partnership building. Centennial is recognized as one of the most culturally diverse post-secondary institutions in Canada.
- The Continental Automated Buildings Association (caba.org): An international not-for-profit industry association dedicated to the advancement of intelligent home and intelligent building technologies.
- IEEE Canada (ieee.ca): The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc. (IEEE) is a non-profit, technical professional association of more than 421,000 members worldwide. IEEE Canada is the legal and official presence of IEEE in Canada. It is the largest technical professional association in Canada with over 18,000 members across the country.
- The National Research Council of Canada (nrc-cnrc.gc.ca/eng): An agency of the Government of Canada. NRC has 12 integrated and consolidated portfolios focused on key industry sectors. These portfolios represent areas of strategic importance and economic value for Canada. One of these is Printable Electronics.
- PAC, Packaging Consortium (pac.ca): A not-for-profit corporation that includes over 2,200 members throughout the packaging industry, with a mission to drive progressive change in the packaging value chain.
“CPES2017 will feature three days of technical and business development programming targeted at academics, PE industrial companies and end-users,” said Peter Kallai, President and CEO of the CPEIA and Chair of the CPES Organizing Committee. “Our sponsors have a unique opportunity to position themselves before the Canadian sector as well as industry leaders from around the world looking to partner and collaborate. Consider how your organization can stand out as one of our valued sponsors.”
To become a Member of the CPEIA, please contact Peter Kallai, President and CEO, at firstname.lastname@example.org or +1 613-795-8181.
The CPEIA also has opportunities for corporate and media sponsorships of our programs and events, including CPES2017, taking place May 24-26, 2017 in Toronto.
Media inquiries can be directed to Leo Valiquette, Director of Programs, at email@example.com or +1 613-769-9479.
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