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In the last few weeks the Printed Electronics Summit, a conference for developers of printed electronics technology, has seen a surge of bookings and sponsorship, with anticipation for the coming event growing exponentially.

Printed Electronics Summit Booking Well and Attracting High Level Sponsorship in Run Up to Discount Deadline

San José, CA | Posted on March 16th, 2010

The rapid growth of the printed electronics industry is showing. This constantly evolving community of scientific and commercial minds is keen to advance and explore new opportunities.

The Printed Electronics Summit is the watermark for this evolution. Taking place May 10-11 in the DoubleTree Hotel, San José, CA, it's causing widespread excitement. With rapid bookings coming in recently in the run-up to the early bird discount deadline, the delegate audience is growing. See why by downloading the brochure here: http://bit.ly/9R1LUZ.

To celebrate the level of industry buy-in, event organisers PE Futures are delighted to be able to give the first 40 people to book a FREE night in the DoubleTree Hotel during the conference. Simply register at http://bit.ly/9h3ik4 quoting discount code FREEBED. "We're so happy with the way the conference is progressing" Says event director Tim Lovatt " And we're expecting even more bookings this week as people can still save $200 on a ticket!"

But hurry, the Early Bird Discount expires this Friday March 19th!

Added to this, sponsors are coming on board, with two pioneering companies leading the way. Event sponsors Fujifilm Dimatix and Thinfilm are sponsoring and presenting at the conference, alongside expert speakers from Kovio, Cambridge Display Technologies, Add-Vision, E-ink, Solarmer, Heliatek and many more.

A large proportion of delegates are keen to meet the keynote end-user speakers, which include Crayola, Ravensburger, Adidas, the US Army, MWV Packaging and Skyshades.

The conference is your roadmap to printed electronics scale-up, cutting edge technologies and mass-market integration.

You'd be mad to miss out. Register today: http://bit.ly/9h3ik4

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About PE Futures
PE Futures are a information supplier and event organiser for the emerging Printed Electronics Industry. They have run OLED specific and OPV specific events, and are now running the Printed Electronics Summit. At the Printed Electronics Summit USA, PE Futures are providing the latest in innovative applications for Printed Electronic components, including integration into hybrid products, successful case-studies from on-the-market applications, and in depth analysis of potentially printed markets.

About Fujifilm Dimatix
FUJIFILM Dimatix is driving a revolution in production technology to support a new generation of products for printing, industrial product decoration and materials deposition. The company's innovative inkjet technology and world-class fabrication techniques enable OEMs, system integrators and manufacturers to build cutting-edge systems and manufacturing processes for high-performance, precision printing of traditional inks and deposition of functional fluids on all types of surfaces, including flexible substrates. The Dimatix Materials Printer has been accepted as the industry standard for the accelerated development of inkjet solutions in electronics, displays, life sciences, photovoltaics and other industries.

About Thinfilm
Thin Film Electronics ASA (“Thinfilm”) has 15 years of experience in the field of non-volatile memories using functional polymers. Thinfilm’s unique all-printed re-writable products are ideal for use in standalone consumer applications, including personalized toys and online-enabled games. They can also be integrated with logic elements, sensors, batteries, and displays for mass market applications such as all-printed RFID tags. The proven high volume roll-to-roll production of TFE’s printed memories provides the platform for its Memory Everywhere™ vision.

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Tim Lovatt
Director
Printed Electronics Futures

Tel: +44 (0)207 3757 218

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