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Printed Electronics USA (www.PrintedElectronicsUSA.com), the American event forming part of the global IDTechEx event series on the topic, has neared sell-out for exhibition space four months prior to the event. The tradeshow floor space has been expanded by 30% to accommodate the demand. Raghu Das, CEO of IDTechEx, says, "Printed Electronics is now really on the move. End Users have teams dedicated to the topic and many suppliers in the industry are taking a more pragmatic approach to product development. There is strong, necessary collaboration by stakeholders to get products out. The huge expansion of the tradeshow space at the world's largest event on the topic is just one indicator that the sector is reaching a tipping point."

Printed Electronics USA Exhibition Space Nears Sell-Out: Space Expanded by 30%

Santa Clara, CA | Posted on July 25th, 2013

The tenth annual Printed Electronics USA conference and tradeshow, held in Santa Clara, CA on November 20-21, matches end users with technology providers. It is the largest event in the world on the topic, with more than 2,000 attendees expected. Attendees see real products, experience hands-on manufacturing experience with experts and learn market needs from users themselves. To learn more about exhibiting or attending see www.PrintedElectronicsUSA.com

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