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Punching Out! What Goes Into the Confidential Memo?

September 23, 2019 | Tom Kastner, GP Ventures, Ltd.

One of the key materials used in the business sale process is the confidential memo or book, which is essential if an owner is considering a sale of the business. Even if you are considering a sale in the future, it is good to have a basic book ready in case an unsolicited buyer comes calling.

EPTE Newsletter: PCB Market Trends in Taiwan

September 23, 2019 | Dominique Numakura, DKN Research

PCB monthly shipments for the first three quarters show some positive growth compared to the same periods of the previous year. However, growth was stagnant during October and November and declined significantly in December.

Weaving Advocacy into E-Textiles

September 18, 2019 | Kelly Scanlon, director, EHS policy and research

Electronic textiles (e-textiles) – fabrics that have electronics embedded in them to achieve certain functions – are of growing interest in the electronics manufacturing industry, and thus they are of growing interest to the IPC Government Relations team as well.

Flexible Thinking: Making Flexible Circuits Stretchable

September 5, 2019 | Joe Fjelstad, Verdant Electronics

It is my opinion that the initial driving impetus for the development of stretchable circuits was a bit different than normal, meaning that military and aerospace have traditionally driven the development of arcane electronic interconnection technologies as they did with the development of both flexible and rigid-flex circuits. In contrast, it was a consumer-driven market that appears to have been the gate opener in the form of wearable electronics.

Standard of Excellence: How Strong Is Your Vendor Partnership?

August 28, 2019 | Team ASC, American Standard Circuits

For the past year, I’ve talked about various aspects of developing a great vendor-customer relationship with your PCB fabricators from trust to confidentiality and sharing the future. Here are 10 questions to ask yourself when testing the strength of your current partnership with your vendor.


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