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CalcuQuote, a supply chain solutions provider for the electronics industry, is hosting an in-person conference for electronics manufacturing leaders. The two-day conference, entitled Accelerate 2022, will be on Tuesday, August 30th and Wednesday, August 31st, and it will be hosted near CalcuQuote headquarters in Dallas, Texas.
This event will provide an engaging and interactive experience for attendees to grow their network, gather knowledge from industry leaders, and explore new ideas from a variety of expert speakers and panelists.
“We are looking forward to hosting this conference dedicated to the electronics industry,” says Chintan Sutaria, Founder and President of CalcuQuote. “We have focused the conference sessions around collaboratively solving some of the most complex problems of our time through presentations, panels and roundtable discussions.”
Accelerate 2022 is the second industry conference that CalcuQuote has hosted. The first one, hosted in October 2020 through a virtual forum, had over 350 active participants and 10+ virtual booths hosted by CalcuQuote’s partner network. This will be the first in-person conference that CalcuQuote has hosted.
Sessions include a presentation about trends in the supply chain, a panel discussion on best practices to address supply chain shortages, case studies of customers who have successfully integrated their supply chain partners into their ERP workflow, and more.
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