Global Semiconductor Forum
12th – 14th March 2014, Singapore
Now entering into its eleventh year, the Global Semiconductor Forum (GSF) has established itself as the industry’s key invitation-only, interpersonal event. Senior decision makers from the world’s leading chip and photovoltaic manufacturers are set to assemble once again in March in Singapore for GSF 2014.
Now entering into its tenth year, the Global Semiconductor Forum (GSF) has established itself as the industry’s key invitation-only, interpersonal event. Senior decision makers from the world’s leading chip and photovoltaic manufacturers are set to assemble once again in March 2014 in China for GSF 2014.
The following testimonials are from the delegates who attended the 2013 GSF forum: Global Foundries, VP Quality & Customer Enablement – ‘This event is more valuable than a traditional exhibition. “It was well organized with a good mix of buyers and suppliers.’
The Global Semiconductor Forum features an exclusive one-to-one business meeting format, providing a unique platform for semiconductor, PV and LED companies to exchange crucial information based on current and future business needs.
Aims of Attendees at GSF 2014Delegates SuppliersChip manufacturers are under constant pressure to have the right technology at their disposal to maintain leading and profitable products. The industry, by nature, is constantly changing and, for key executives, it can be expensive, both in time and ...
The most influential buyer delegates are selected and contacted personally; the Arena event management team will ensure that they are central to strategic procurement decisions. In addition, an assessment of their business objectives and needs is compiled.
Participation is beneficial to all C-level executives interested in developing their activities in the international market through peer networking. GSF 2014 provides a unique setting to hear from the key industry players, develop relationships with innovative solution providers and discuss industry wide initiatives with colleagues from all areas of the electronic supply chain.