That will be the central question that 80+ US "C-level" executives will discuss with more than 50 international trade and business journalists from 15 countries during the annual Globalpress Connection Electronics Summit, to be held Monday, March 31, through Thursday, April 3, at the Kabuki Hotel in San Francisco.
"A turbulent six years have passed since our first Globalpress gathering, at which 'Leading the Recovery' was the theme," said Irmgard Lafrentz, company founder and president. "This year we'll be debating whether we're finally out of the woods."
High on the Summit's innovation agenda will be presentations and panels on topics such as reducing power consumption, and designs for new form factors.
"One full day of the conference is dedicated to industry start-ups -- always a reliable font of innovative technologies and products, and particularly popular with international editors," Lafrentz said.
Keynoters at this year's Summit include speakers from Xilinx, Mentor Graphics, and Actel, while attending journalists include editors and reporters from China, Korea, Taiwan and Korea as well as from Germany, the United Kingdom, France and other European countries. Guest moderators include Tim Bajarin, principal analyst of Creative Strategies; Ron Wilson, senior editor of EDN Worldwide; and Gary Smith, principal of GarySmithEDA.
About the Globalpress Electronics Summit
Since 2003, the Globalpress Connection Electronics Summit has been the place where industry visionaries, thought leaders from the analyst community, and editors from top-tier media convene and dialog on emerging issues affecting U.S. companies in increasingly competitive global markets. Conference-goers have the opportunity to attend information-rich presentations, and expand their global business connections.
Major corporate sponsors for the 2008 event include Cadence, National Semiconductor, Mentor Graphics, Synplicity, AMI Semiconductor, Tensilica, Zoran and Xilinx among many others.
For more information how to present, become a sponsor and attend the conference, visit www.globalpresspr.com, or call Globalpress Connection at (408) 246-6840 x101.
Globalpress is a multi-cultural, multi-lingual public relations agency providing public relations events and services to U.S. high technology companies focused on globalization. We create and host customized executive-level PR events, tours and programs that bring together business leaders and international media. Globalpress services include overseas tours, our trademark U.S.-based "reverse press tours," media relations best practices, media training, and translation/localization. Since its founding in 1986, Globalpress has helped more than 500 companies from the electronics, telecommunications, EDA, data storage and enterprise software industries to achieve global reach with more agility, control and cost savings.
Note to editors: Press passes for US journalists are available by contacting Edith Bendermacher at (408) 246-6840.
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