Tell Us Your IPC Member Story at IPC APEX EXPO 2019


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IPC will soon roll out a new membership campaign that will focus on how the electronics industry builds the electronics that improve the quality of life for billions around the globe.

And we want help from IPC members.

Do you have a story to tell about how IPC membership has helped your organization consistently deliver high-quality, high-reliability products that keep us safer, more secure, improve our health or simply make our lives better? If so, we’d like to interview you onsite at IPC APEX EXPO 2019. We are seeking submissions, from which we will choose 8–10 people to record on camera in one-on-one sessions throughout the day on Monday, January 28.

If you are interested, please complete our online form. IPC will review submissions and reach out to those selected by Sunday, January 27, to schedule your session and provide additional details. Please note: you must already be registered for IPC APEX EXPO 2019 to participate.

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