October 3, 2012

Meet Converge at Electronica 2012

Have you registered yet for electronica 2012?

Excitement is building for the biannual event, which takes place from November 13-16 in Munich, Germany. It has been called the world’s most important trade fair for electronics, covering the entire industry from components and systems to applications and services.

Converge would not miss out on the opportunity to learn from and exchange ideas with so many of our dynamic suppliers and customers. Please stop by and say hello to representatives from our international and European headquarters! You will find us in Hall A5 Booth 239. As always, we will be available to discuss ways that we can help your company solve surplus inventory, market intelligence, and hard-to-find component needs. And while counterfeit detection is such an important topic, we’d love to talk about best practices for quality assurance and how we incorporate those into our 76-point inspection program.

If you’re still on the fence about going to electronica, here are some impressive stats we thought we’d share from their website:

  • In November 2010, electronica boasted more than 72,000 trade visitors, 2,500 international exhibitors, and 540 journalists to help share their stories of innovation.* 
  • Ninety percent of all electronica visitors are decision-makers, and 57 percent hold management positions.* 
  • There is a large share of visitors who primarily deal with the development (39 percent), design (14 percent), and engineering (8 percent) of electronic components and applications.* 
  • A 47 percent share of foreign visitors representing 76 countries proves that the most important markets now and in the future look to electronica for orientation.* 
If you would like to arrange a specific time to meet with Converge representatives at electronica, please check out our events page on our website and let us know. We look forward to seeing you in Munich this November!

*Source: http://www.electronica.de/en/home/exhibitor/reasons-participation

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