With a first edition organized in May 2010, the Federation of Electrical, Electronic and Communication Industries (FIEEC), four electronics unions to date (GFIE, SIMTEC, SITELESC, and SPDEI) and GL Event Exhibitions are organizing from now the 2nd edition of this highlight of the electronic and digital sector, which will be held from May 24 to 26, 2011, at the Porte de Versailles Exhibition Center (Hall 4).
The CIEN aims to be the place of meeting and exchange of players in electronics and digital in France and in Europe around the major markets of the future.
"The year 2010 was the first edition of CIEN: we wish to capitalize on this promising experience, improve the concept, and do everything possible to give this show a European dimension" explains Pierre Gattaz, President of the FIEEC and of the CIEN . “It is important to continue to show that the electronics industry is at the heart of tomorrow's societal responses. We have a major asset for our country: that of a vibrant, creative and dynamic electronic and digital sector. The CIEN 2011 will be the occasion to recall this. "
The formula of CIEN 2011 has been rethought in the light of feedback from the first edition and will present many new features likely to energize this show which intends to play a driving role in the animation of the sector, in particular around the major markets. of the future.
Thus, beyond the traditional "trade show" space, many additional events will be organized: information magazine, technical and high-level conferences, practical events, pre-business meetings, etc.
Three days of high-level conferences will be the opportunity for privileged meetings between major contractors and the sector around major identified markets and prospective themes:
? the key role of electronic components in societal issues,
? the contribution of electronics and digital technology in transport and in particular the automobile with the development of the electric car,
"We intend to join in the dynamic which was boosted by the Government through the National Conference for Industry" indicates Pierre Gattaz, President of the FIEEC and the CIEN. “Our sector is key to the future of our industry and the existence of a trade show positioned as a global animation element of the electronic and digital sector is an asset to help the development of our industry. This is the common ambition of the leaders of CIEN 2011. Finally, it is an event that wants to be unifying and open: I hope that new unions and groups will join this new dynamic in the coming weeks. Let's hunt in packs! ".
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