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Dec 5-6, 2006

Ritz Carlton Hotel, Phoenix

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Venture Capitalist / Investor Forum


With over $5bn sales forecast for printed electronics in 2010 (source: IDTechEx), VCs are eager to invest in printed electronics. Suitable funding is required to drive development of printed electronics into viable commercial solutions. With massive opportunities there will be many successes.

 

For the first time IDTechEx is holding a forum dedicated to bringing together venture capitalists / investors with companies seeking investment. The session is part of the main conference program on the first day on Dec 5. Analysts IDTechEx will introduce the latest progress in this sector, such as fund raising so far, undersupplied sectors and company profiles. A panel of VCs will then cover their thoughts on the sector and company profiles they seek for investing. This will be followed by a range of companies who seek investment giving 10 minute overviews of their proposition and technology.

 

Speakers include:

 

Analysts/Venture Capitalists/Investors

Dow Chemical Venture Capital, USA Nicholas Darby

Venture Capital, Eastman Kodak Co, USA Subra Narayan, Director

BASF Venture Capital, Germany Darren Budd, Investment Manager

SunBridge Partners, USA Ken Ehrhart, General Partner

AVT-Inc., Israel

IDTechEx, UK Dr Peter Harrop, Chairman

 

Many other VCs/Investors will be attending this event. Register now to network with them.

 

Why Attend

 

This will be the first such gathering of venture capitalists, companies seeking investment and analysts on printed electronics. We see this market growing to a multi billion dollar opportunity within 5 years and hundreds of billions in 20 years - namely due to the creation of new markets and going where conventional electronics cannot.

 

Companies involved or intending to be involved in any part of the printed and thin film electronics value chain and seeking funding should attend this event. There will be ample time to have a one-to-one discussions durign the conference.


For those failing to find a match or unable to attend, IDTechEx provides a service in locating suitable investors, assisting with presentations and setting up meetings. IDTechEx has extensive contacts in the global investment community and frequently carries out such work on an international basis.


This is the only and must-attend forum for investors and companies seeking investment in printed and thin film electronics. Register now!

The third annual Printed Electronics USA event - covering the progression to the next stage - commercializing the technology. Now Includes tours to the Flexible Displays Center at ASU!