11th Annual Conference & Tradeshow

The only event focused on the commercialisation of printed, organic and flexible electronics.
  1-2 April 2014, Berlin, Germany
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Printed Electronics Europe 2014

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The only event focused on the commercialisation of printed, organic and flexible electronics.

What to expect

  1. You will meet and learn from more end users here than anywhere else;
  2. You will be presented with the full, diverse range of technologies - pushing your knowledge depth in key fundamentals and expanding it in new related technologies;
  3. As well as comprehensive presentations you get hands on interaction with products and even see them being manufactured!
  4. The event will provide an analytical, commercial outlook, taking into account market requirements, competitive technologies and development roadmaps.

More than 1,800 people will attend this event, now in its eleventh year, to aid their critical business and technology development strategy decisions in this emerging, high growth topic.

We focus on the commercialisation of the technology, covering broadly organic, inorganic, thin film and flexible nanotechnologies. To that end, we have some of the world's largest user companies presenting on their needs and experience with printed electronics, and many are in attendance to learn how they can use these new technologies in their products.

Assess all the key technologies and opportunities in one location

Covering the full breadth of emerging materials and components, with over 190 presentations and 120 exhibiting companies. Attendees have access to all shows

Event highlights

End user forum

World first announcements

Co-located Events


Learn what users need through a diverse range of case studies and question a panel of end users on their needs and experiences.


Hear from leading global organisations with new announcements.


Attendees can access all the conference track and co-located tradeshow.





The co-located tradeshow runs alongside the conference tracks and takes place on 1 & 2 April It will showcase over 120 exhibiting companies from around the world, many demonstrating printed electronics in action.


The world's largest collection of printed, organic and flexible electronics all displayed on the tradeshow floor. See what has already been produced and what is possible.


Manufacturing Street on the tradeshow floor brings together organisations who will make devices in front of you, showcasing the different options and techniques.





Printed Electronics Europe 2014 will take advantage of being located in Berlin - a centre of excellence for organic and printed electronics by hosting tours to some of the leading companies working on the technology in this region.


Have your questions answered by industry experts in interactive consultancy-style sessions which will bring you up to date with the topics.


Conference Sessions

End user sessions will cover the following market verticals:

Consumer Packaged Goods     Healthcare     Consumer Electronics
Consumer Electronics Architecture and the build environment Textiles

Covering competitive technology appraisal, the hot topics and the taboo:

Future of Transparent Conductors     Flexible and Stretchable Electronics     System Integration
OLED versus LED Lighting Logic and Memory Bistable Display Technology
The Energy Storage Gold Rush Printed Conductors Printed Electronics Manufacturing
OLED Displays Paper Electronics 3D Printing
Energy Harvesting Global Market Analysis Actuators
Photovoltaics Touch Sensors and Screens Sensor Technology

More than a conference and tradeshow

In addition, IDTechEx analysts, who have been tracking these technologies for more than twelve years, would be delighted to have 1 to 1 meetings with you to help you understand the topic and your opportunities. Be part of Europe's leading event on the topic to understand the applications and emerging technologies, and meet customers, partners and suppliers to do business.

What is Printed Electronics

Printed Electronics is one of the fastest growing technologies in the world. It is of vital interest to industries as diverse as consumer goods, healthcare, aerospace, electronics, media and transit. It is allowing electronics to be used in places it has never been before and it is improving existing electronics and electrics. This event, attended by more buyers than any other, is your information and networking hub on the topic. The international tradeshow, with more than 120 exhibitors, covers all the technologies throughout the entire supply chain across all major component types.

Feedback from past attendees:

For Printed Electronics, there is no other event that holds a candle to this one


What an excellent conference. In the near future it will be one of the biggest conferences in the world

Samsung Electronics

You and all members of IDTechEx deserve should be complimented for making the Printed Electronics industry achieve the tipping point faster


We were delighted to join Printed Electronics Europe 2013. As a start-up company, we have been participating to IDTechEx exhibitions as speaker and exhibitions since creation of company. These events gave us unique opportunities to give worldwide visibility for our disruptive technology and meet integrators and leading OEM companies. We very much like focus of IDTechEx on applications and markets. This is the way for Printed Electronics industry to move from R&D to volume business and convince investors and OEM companies to adopt these new and exciting technologies


A very nice event and rich in networking opportunities

Solvay Interox

A very professional and high value conference. I travel to many conferences around the world and in terms of information quality, yours was one of the best in many years

Industrial Minerals Magazine

Great variety of content

Crown Technology


Weston Aerospace

The organisation and the venue were very good. The conference was excellent and represented a profitable experience for me. Most of the talks and presentations were really valuable