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10 PCB007 MAGAZINE I JANUARY 2020 several years, IPC APEX EXPO has experienced both attendance and net-square-footage growth. Last year, the show welcomed more than 9,000 professionals from 45 countries. We're looking forward to an even larger crowd this year. Here's What's New in 2020 1. The Fundamentals Program The Fundamentals Program is a new option for those attending the technical conference. Geared toward adding value to the attendee experience, the program provides curated con- tent covering the many facets of the electronics industry. Attendees will gain a broader view of the industry and will learn important ter- minology and background as preparation for content on new studies and technologies pre- IPC APEX EXPO 2020: A Special Anniversary Year This year marks the 20 th anniversary of IPC APEX EXPO, and IPC is thrilled to celebrate this event milestone with attendees, exhibitors, and presenters. Their dedication to and involve- ment in IPC APEX EXPO is directly responsible for its success, and their efforts clearly illus- trate how the entire electronics manufacturing industry comes together to "Elevate the Excel- lence of Electronics"—this year's theme. This is the place to be to create new business rela- tionships and opportunities and enjoy this vi- brant, ever-evolving industry. Not only are we celebrating 20 years of a suc- cessful trade show, but for the past 19 years, the Trade Show News Network (TSNN) has recog- nized IPC APEX EXPO as a top U.S. trade show. It's a tremendous accomplishment for IPC, and we are very proud of the recognition. For the past One World, One Industry by Dr. John Mitchell, IPC—ASSOCIATION CONNECTING ELECTRONICS INDUSTRIES In this video, Brook Sandy-Smith, IPC's technical conference program manager, emphasizes the new Funda mentals Program, as well as the Intersection sessions, which are designed for people who are new to the in dustry or specialized attendees who wont to gain a broader view of the industry through cultivated content.

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