EIPC to Hold Technical Snapshot Webinar


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Events over the past 18 months have necessitated a change in the way we think. No longer can we go about our daily business in the manner we had become accustomed to. Things we took for granted had gone; things we had never even imagined now needed to be considered carefully. The need for mental agility and inventiveness has never been stronger.

The European Institute for the PCB Community (EIPC) is no different from anyone else who wished to communicate—at a distance. What we had perhaps not appreciated was the enthusiasm with which this new approach was embraced, and this has led to a succession of very popular webinars. On July 14, EIPC will be holding its 10th webinar.

There will be two sessions: in the first, Dr. Shiuh-Kao Chiang of Prismark will provide an update on the PCB market and the outlook for the future. Meanwhile, along the lines of thinking differently, Jani Rusi will provide some tips for networking in a post-COVID world. The What, the How, and the Why.

Rusi represents 204.5cm of expertise from Turku in Finland. He is the COO of World Trade Centre Turku, a serial entrepreneur, and a strongly networked professional focusing on business matchmaking—a “business pimp” as he was named after one event. A retired professional swimmer, a start-up-guy with two unsuccessful exits and several coaching cases, Rusi is an inspiring speaker with lots of experience where he finds the best stories and examples to share with the audience. After the two sessions, there will be a Q&A panel at 16:00 hrs.

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