Get 20% Registration Discount at IPC APEX EXPO 2019


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The end of 2018 is near—which means we're getting closer to coming together as an industry at IPC APEX EXPO 2019, North America's largest electronics manufacturing event. But, even more important, your opportunity to save 20% on your advance registration ends on December 21. That's an additional savings on the other great offers you'll find below.

Here are four reasons why attending IPC APEX EXPO 2019 will help you find more industry success in your future:

1. Important things happen when you network with the industry’s who’s who.

Whether you are established in your career or just starting out, IPC APEX EXPO 2019 will be the year’s best networking event to make new connections, strengthen existing relationships and become a mentor/meet a mentor.

2. You’ll experience North America’s most applicable educational experience.

All IPC APEX EXPO 2019 education programming is designed by your industry peers to help address current and future industry challenges via real-world application. In fact, 83% of IPC APEX EXPO attendees say the training and education delivered meet or exceed their learning objectives.1

3.  You can immerse yourself in innovation on the show floor.

Explore and compare equipment, software and other solutions from nearly 500 of the top innovators and suppliers from the entire supply chain—all under one roof. You can also experience a live demonstration of The HERMES Standard and IPC Connected Factory Exchange (CFX)—with a larger presence of supporting exhibitors than ever before.

4. You’ll be in San Diego, California, in January.

With average high temperatures near 70°F/21°C, you’ll experience a climate that makes the buzz and energy of IPC APEX EXPO 2019 all the more exciting.

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