Top-flight organizations from Canada and Europe are snapping up exhibit spots quickly – secure yours before we sell out
OTTAWA, Ont.–Mar. 6, 2019–More than 60 per cent of exhibit spots are already sold out for CPES2019, Canada’s premier conference and trade show exhibition for flexible, printable and hybrid electronics (FHE).
Organized by the intelliFLEX Innovation Alliance, CPES2019 takes place from May 16-17 at the Domaine Chateau-Bromont in Bromont, Que., just an hour outside Montreal.
Early Bird pricing of $100 off on registration continues until March 31.
Register or secure your exhibitor spot today – before we sell out!
“Canada is attracting more and more international attention and investment for FHE technologies, and CPES is the best way to meet and get to know a significant number of organizations in our industry,” said Mark Majewski, CPES2019 co-chair and President and CEO of intelliFLEX. “We see it in the networking that happens at CPES every year and in the growing number of international companies that come and exhibit at or attend the show.”
CPES2019 features two days of engagement and enjoyment with scores of innovators and thought leaders from around the world through keynotes, exhibits, panel discussions, innovation awards and multiple networking opportunities.
CPES2019 prioritizes quality networking and growing connections among our attendees and partners.
That’s part of the reason it has already attracted a number of tier-one exhibitors from Canada and Europe, including:
- Cicor Group. A leading international technology company in the field of printed circuit boards, microelectronics and EMS (Electronic Manufacturing Services) headquartered in Switzerland.
- CTT Group/Groupe CTT. CTT Group/Groupe CTT is an R&D centre, an advanced testing laboratory, a technology transfer centre and a business association, in the areas of technical textiles, geosynthetics and advanced textile-based materials.
- Finetech. A Berlin-based, global supplier of placement, assembly and rework equipment for customers involved in microelectronics.
- Heraeus Electronics. A globally leading technology group, Heraeus is headquartered in Hanau, Germany. Founded in 1851, Heraeus combines businesses in the environmental, energy, electronics, health, mobility and industrial applications sectors.
- Institut Des Communications Graphiques Et De L’Imprimabilité (ICI). An integrated centre for innovation and expertise in graphic communications and printability that actively supports companies and their employees in their technological and commercial development.
- Jones Packaging. An integrated packaging solutions provider for highly regulated industries. For more than 130 years, its culture of innovation leadership has driven many market firsts for consumers, particularly in the field of medication management.
- National Research Council (NRC). A Government of Canada agency focused on addressing specific business-identified priorities and challenges through technical and advisory services, research facilities, licensing opportunities and programs and partnership opportunities.
- NovaCentrix. Develops, patents, and commercializes new technologies in PE, nanoparticle manufacturing, pulsed power equipment and related fields.
- NSM Norbert Schläfli AG. Specializes in the developing and manufacturing of high-precision pilot printing and coating systems mainly in the area of printed electronics. Headquartered in Switzerland.
- Société de développement économique de Bromont (SODEB). SODEB offers incubation and acceleration programs for technology companies with its partners: Inno-center (acceleration), ACET (incubation), and the Brome-Missisquoi local development center (business plan).
- Voltera. Voltera’s circuit board printer allows designers to go from concept to creation in a matter of minutes. Custom circuits, just press print!
- Xerox Research Centre of Canada. Canada’s leading materials research centre and home to a world-class team of scientists and engineers with broad expertise in materials chemistry, formulation design, prototyping, testing, and chemical process engineering.
intelliFLEX, a not-for-profit industry alliance, is a vital partner for accelerating the growth of the printable, flexible and hybrid electronics sector of more than 300 organizations across Canada. Our technologies add intelligence and connect ordinary objects to enable the Internet of Everything. We unite our growing global membership to build an effective ecosystem of supply chains for flexible, 3D printable electronics, 2D large area printable electronics, wearable electronics, smart textiles and hybrid electronics including related semiconductors, integrated circuits and software.