HKPCA’s Audrey Sim Details Upcoming Electronic Circuits World Convention



Nolan Johnson speaks with Audrey Sim, executive director and vice president of operations for the Hong Kong Printed Circuit Association, about the upcoming Electronic Circuits World Convention, to be held November 30 through December 2, 2020. Ms. Sim gives Nolan an overview of the convention’s history, its scope as a printed circuit industry convention, and its shift to a hybrid virtual/physical format for 2020.

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