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Home > Press > IDTechEx announces Printed Electronics Europe 2014 on 1-2 April

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Europe's leading printed, flexible and organic electronics show will be held on 1-2 April in Berlin, Germany. Located at The Estrel Convention Center this growing event - which increased by over 20% in 2013 - will encompass the commercialisation and progress of printed electronics and associated technologies.

IDTechEx announces Printed Electronics Europe 2014 on 1-2 April

Cambridge, UK | Posted on June 4th, 2013

End users from verticals such as consumer goods, consumer electronics, healthcare, transportation and media are the target of his event - bringing together suppliers and buyers. Exhibitors can now book for the event at the early bird rate and obtain preferred floor plan positioning. For details see www.PrintedElectronicsEurope.com.

Feedback from attendees and exhibitors at Printed Electronics Europe 2013 was superb, and included comments such as:

"Excellent show and well attended as usual, guaranteeing high value traffic to our stand.
Enquires were up 37% on previous years so very productive to exhibit." Trelleborg, USA

"We made many new contacts and I was surprised how many more I made by exhibiting rather than just attending this event as we have done previously. The quality of contacts was higher than at many other shows we have exhibited at in Europe" RK Siebdrucktechnnik GmbH, Germany

"A very nice event and rich in networking opportunities" Solvay Interox, UK

"We very much like focus of IDTechEx on applications and markets. This is the way for Printed Electronics industry to move from R&D to volume business and convince investors and OEM companies to adopt these new and exciting technologies". ISORG, France

"The event was well organized and attended and offered a lively forum for the exchange of new ideas and concepts in this fast moving market. If PE is important to you, I urge you to participate." FUJIFILM Dimatix, Inc., USA

"A very professional and high value conference. I travel to many conferences around the world and in terms of information quality, yours was one of the best in many years." Industrial Minerals Magazine, UK

"Highly informative with the right players in attendance." Flint Group, USA

IDTechEx host a global series of events on Printed Electronics and related technologies occurring in three continents annually. These are:

Printed Electronics Asia, Tokyo, Japan, 9-10 2013 July www.PrintedElectronicsAsia.com
Printed Electronics USA, CA, USA, 20-21 November 2013 www.PrintedElectronicsUSA.com
Printed Electronics Europe, Berlin, Germany 1-2 April 2014 www.PrintedElectronicsEurope.com

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About IDTechEx
IDTechEx guides your strategic business decisions through its Research and Events services, helping you profit from emerging technologies. IDTechEx Events provide an analytical, commercial outlook, taking into account market requirements, competitive technologies and development roadmaps. Attendees are presented with the full, diverse range of technologies - pushing knowledge depth in key fundamentals and expanding it in new related technologies; but the main thrust is always on end user needs and commercialization strategies

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