Wednesday 22nd July 2009 - Kensington Close Hotel, London
Launched in 1997, the twice-yearly Industry Forecast Seminars are a vital link in our charter to provide the industry with high-quality, cost-effective, market research, built on our 148-man years of experience in the industry.
The semiconductor industry is a volatile business where insights, experience and professionalism are key, making this seminar invaluable to executives from the semiconductor, electronics and related industries.
Strategically timed at the beginning and middle of the year, the forecast seminars analyse the industry fundamentals and report what we believe, not what the industry wants to hear.
If how well the semiconductor industry performs affects your company, shouldn't you base your decisions on sound analysis? Attend Future Horizons' Industry Forecast seminar and find the information you need to support your organisation.
Seminar Programme Includes:
- 2009 Market Forecast ... The Key Factors Analysed
- 2010 Industry Outlook ... Blue Skies Or Continuing Stormy?
- Industry Application Drivers ... IC Content & Forecast
- Market Outlook ... 5-Year Regional & Product Forecasts
- Supply & Demand ... Wafer Fab Capacity Trends
Get The Inside View At The Annual Industry Forecast Seminar
The analyses presented at our previous industry briefings have proved both accurate and informative, and this event promises to be no exception.
Benefits Of Attending Include:
- Clarification of what is expected to happen in the industry for the coming year
- Explanation of the industry cycles
- Identification of key application markets
- Ability to make firm business decisions, based on sound analysis
- Receive copies of all material in binder and CD-ROM format
By Attending This Seminar You Will Receive:
- An assessment of the World Economic Environment
- Analysis of the industry cycles
- An understanding of the industry growth prospects
- Industry forecasts for the next five years
- A world market overview by region
The seminar is essential to:
- Anyone making investment or marketing decisions that depend on the semiconductor industry performance
- Senior executives working in or supplying the electronics industry
- Those involved in investment and banking relating to the electronics industry
- Government organisations involved in trade and investment
- Business and technical press
This Forum Is Vital For Executives Responsible For:
- Market Research & Marketing
- Strategic Marketing & Planning
- Executive Management
- Purchasing & Acquisition
- Finance & Administration
- Sales & Distribution Channels
- Investment & Banking
- Engineering & Design
- Project Management
- Government Organisations
- Business & Technical Press
The 2008 chip market was the fourth successive year of single digit
growth. Just when it looked like things were starting to get better, the
financial markets imploded pushing the world to the brink of a major
economic recession. The advanced economies already are struggling in
recession, but the emerging regions are still growing, albeit at a more
moderate pace. Can their strength offset the rich world's decline? A
slowing economy usually kills IC unit demand and softens ASPs, yet fab
capacity is tight and Cap Ex very weak. Will these two effect counter
balance each other to cushion the blow?