TechBlick, the leading platform for emerging technologies, has reported high demand for attendee places at the third version of its in-person flagship event which takes place on 23 & 24 October at The Estrel, in Berlin –

The Future of Electronics RESHAPED conference and exhibition is the most important upcoming industry event in additive, sustainable, flexible, hybrid,  wearable, structural and 3D electronics.

The event will offer a comprehensive and global curated agenda with three parallel tracks. Confirmed speakers include Forvia, European Space Agency, Meta, Decathlon, Airbus, Air Force Research Laboratories, Fuji, Datwyler, Motherson Innovations, Würth Elektronik, Avery Dennison, LPKF, Marquardt, Louisenthal Papierfabrik, imec, Nextflex, and many others.

Khasha Ghaffarzadeh, CEO of TechBlick reported “We have seen high demand for attendee places with companies excited by the quality of the speaker programme and exhibitors.  We have an attendee early bird ending this Friday, 12 July too.  This event will be where the world’s printed electronics industry connects and does business and is an important event in the emerging technologies calendar”

The exhibition floor will feature 80+ exhibitors with 90% of the booths already sold.  It represents cutting-edge technologies and products as well as the entire global value chains. It is the chance to see, touch and feel the latest in this exciting field.

Events are also about learning and experiences, which is why TechBlick have designed a fantastic day of expert-led masterclasses and tours on Tuesday 22 October the day before the conference & exhibition).

The  12 industry- and expert-led masterclasses cover  many important applications, manufacturing methods, and materials. These are must-attend classes for anyone wishing to develop in-depth knowledge and practical understanding.

You will have a choice of 4 tours to world-famous institutions like Fraunhofer IZM and Fraunhofer IAP as well as exhibiting printed electronics equipment makers and manufacturers like Inuru and Quantica.

Attendee places are limited and demand is high so be sure to book your place soon.  The summer attendee earlybird expires on 12 July –