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IPC to Unveil New Member Magazine ‘IPC Community’ at IPC APEX EXPO 2023November 10, 2022 | IPC
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IPC, in partnership with IPC Publishing Group (I-Connect007) will unveil an exciting new publication, "IPC Community," at IPC APEX EXPO 2023, as a continuation of its commitment to better serve the electronics industry and provide additional value for IPC members.
The quarterly magazine will be offered in a digital format and will serve as a valuable new resource designed to keep the IPC global community up to date on the latest IPC news, including industry updates, trends and technology.
The digital edition will be made available the week of January 22, 2023 at IPC APEX EXPO. The magazine will receive bonus circulation with printed copies exclusively available at the show.
Inside “IPC Community,” readers will find feature stories that celebrate member success along with articles on advocacy efforts, committee and standards updates, education and workforce training developments, factory of the future solutions, advanced packaging updates emerging engineer and member profiles, and more.
“Our members and the broader global electronics manufacturing community look to IPC as a steadfast resource to keep them informed and educated on the latest industry developments,” said Brian Knier, IPC vice president, marketing, member success and sales. “We’re excited about the possibilities of “IPC Community” taking our ability to disseminate timely and important information to the next level; all while making sure IPC members’ voices are reflected within the magazine.”
Added Michelle Te, IPC Community magazine managing editor, “Through its family of publications offering thought-provoking, original content, I-Connect007 prides itself in being ‘good for the industry.’ With the launch of IPC Community, IPC and I-Connect007 are now even better for the industry. There is much to recognize and celebrate.”
To subscribe to “IPC Community,” visit www.ipc.org/subscribe-ipc-community. For inquiries regarding advertising opportunities within the magazine, contact Barb Hockaday, ad sales manager, at email@example.com. To suggest a member success story, contact Michelle Te at firstname.lastname@example.org.
It was a good week in PCB design and manufacturing. In this week’s wrap-up, we have news about an uptick in EMS shipments in January, a look at the current M&A climate, some guidance on investing in your company in order to stay competitive, a primer on designing with embedded capacitance materials, and a roadmap for the industry to embrace sustainable PCBs in the future.
Inovaxe, a world leader and provider of innovative material handling and inventory control systems, is excited to announce its upcoming live webinar, "What is Smart Material Handling?" scheduled for Thursday, February 29th, 2024 at 11AM EST.
Confidee, a leading PCB Partner, proudly announces their inclusion to Danish Termas list of approved suppliers.
I-Connect007 has just released the latest episode of its podcast series, On the Line with..., which focuses on designing for reality in the electronics industry. In this episode, host Nolan Johnson talks with ASC Sunstone VP/Manager Matt Stevenson about CAD tool features and data formats that help designers make better decisions and transfer better designs to manufacturing.
On the cusp of another IPC APEX EXPO, we focus on how bare board fabricators can maximize their time and investment at the show. We visited with Matt Kelly, IPC chief technologist, and Julia Gumminger, IPC professional development and events manager, as well as Udo Welzel and Stanton Rak, the chairs of the technical program committee, to discuss the technical depth and breadth that the 2024 show will bring to fabricators and professionals all along the supply chain.