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New England Meeting To Focus on Electronic Components Industry Topics: Registration Closes June 18th

Atlanta, GA –  The Electronic Component Industry Association (ECIA) and Electronics Representatives Association (ERA) announce the New England Regional Series event on Tuesday, June 23rd at the Boston Marriott Newton Hotel from 4:00 – 7:30 p.m. The event program willaddress local industry issues, provide a unique networking opportunity and introduce the association leadership and initiatives. 

The program is designed to educate and foster discussion of industry issues – while providing plenty of networking time during the social hour and dinner. The meeting features two presentations relevant to all industry personnel. Greg Campbell, SVP and CTO of Lumenpulse will share his experience and insight on the design and manufacture of innovative lighting products in Massachusetts and the impact on the electronic components industry. Lumenpulse, a leading manufacturer of high-performance specification-grade LED lighting solutions, has a Global Technology Development Center in Boston. Tom Galligani, WW VP Supply Chain, Future Electronics will delve into the challenges of effectively and efficiently fulfilling the needs of innovative manufacturers.

Anyone involved in the electronic components industry is invited to attend and encouraged to bring co-workers, customers and principals.

Registration closes Thursday, June 18th. ECIA and ERA members receive a registration fee discount. Visit the ECIA site for details and to register. The hotel is conveniently located just minutes from downtown Boston at the intersection of I-90 and I-95: 2345 Commonwealth Avenue, Newton, MA 02466.

The 2015 ECIA Regional Series is generously sponsored by Avnet, and the TTI family of companies: TTI, Inc., Mouser Electronics and Sager Electronics.

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