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Much as we in the electronics manufacturing industry prefer stability, consistency, and reproducible results on the manufacturing floor, ours is an industry of innovation. And innovation can bloom from anywhere, including from you. Empower your functional team to create outstanding results within your company and watch your company begin to overtake the competition.

Move to the front of the pack in the marketplace as a result, and suddenly, you’re a visionary disrupting the market. As we watched companies respond to the challenges of 2020, we asked, “What makes for a good leader?”

Check out the August 2020 issue of PCB007 Magazine for more on leadership in PCB manufacturing.

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