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IDTechEx's Printed Electronics Asia conference and exhibition returns to Tokyo, Japan next week. The event runs from 2-3 October and is part of the IDTechEx global series of events on the topic. Attendees from around the world will gather to hear latest technology breakthroughs and global trends and forecasts.

Printed Electronics Asia returns to Tokyo next week

Cambridge, MA | Posted on September 26th, 2012

Keynote presentations will take place during the morning of October 2 and will include industry analysts IDTechEx, Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, Merck, Konica Minolta Advanced Layers, and National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science. The keynote presentations will set the stage for two full days of conference program which will feature speakers from Corning, Hitachi Chemical, Diageo, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, University of Tokyo, Dow Chemical and many more, the full agenda can be found at www.PrintedElectronicsAsia.com.

The exhibition will run simultaneously to the conference and will include Demonstration Street, an area dedicated to showing a full range of complete working products. Attendees will have the opportunity to interact with printed electronics products from a variety of companies.

"IDTechEx looks forward to returning to Tokyo with our Printed Electronics series - we find that Asia is the largest market for Printed Electronics and is a key region for the industry", says Raghu Das, CEO of IDTechEx. "This event will bring together both industry leaders and technology adopters to network and do business."

This is the ideal event for companies that wish to meet customers, suppliers and partners based in Asia. IDTechEx analysts frequently visit companies in Asia and have conducted numerous research surveys and custom consulting projects analysing progress of printed electronics in Asia. This event will bring together the most important aspects of activity and the key companies for you in one place.

For complete event details and to register, please visit www.PrintedElectronicsAsia.com.

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