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ECIA Conference Program Set

ATLANTA – The 2012 ECIA Executive Conference is an unprecedented learning and networking opportunity. Being held October 28-30 at the InterContinental Chicago O’Hare Hotel, the schedule includes a first-class roster of speakers, roundtable dialogue and a generous amount of time to network. The early registration discount saves attendees $100 and hotel accommodations are a reasonable $169 per night – but space is limited. Act before the October 5th cut off date to take advantage of the savings. Contact the Renaissance Chicago Hotel directly at 312-372-7200 or click here to secure a room reservation at the special conference group rate.

The 2012 Executive Conference “Information + Application = Innovation” will feature expert presentations that offer tactical strategies for utilizing information, engaging your team and encouraging business innovation. Industry leaders, innovation experts and marketing professionals headline this annual conference: Glenn Bassett, IHS; Guy Blissett, IBM Global Business Services; Frank Cutitta, The Center for Global Branding; Jon Dudas, FIRST; Jim Forbes, Pricewaterhouse Coopers; Rick Hamada, Avnet; Gordon Hunter, Littelfuse; Terry Jones,; and Frank Lange, Menlo Worldwide Logistics.

Register today for this informative conference and an opportunity to connect face-to-face in Chicago with your industry partners. Sponsors of the conference include: Advantage Business Media; Allied Electronics; Bourns; Carlton-Bates Company; Cornell Dubilier; Digi-Key Corp.; Dove Electronic Components; Electronics Sourcing, N.A.; Empowering Systems; Hearst Business Media; Honeywell; IHS; KEMET Electronics; Kruvand Associates; Littelfuse; Marsh Electronics; Model N; Molex; Murata; Newark element 14; netComponents; Norris and Associates; Penton Media; Sharp Microelectronics of the Americas; Omron; ON Semiconductor; Phoenix Contact; TE Connectivity; Texas Instruments; UBM Electronics Group; and Vishay.


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