“Enabling the Successful Growth of the
November 10-12, 2015
In support of the growing Latin American semiconductor market, SEMI conducted the first South America Semiconductor Strategy Summit in November of 2014, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The purpose of the program was to open the doors to the South American market and connect global leaders in the microelectronics industry with local companies, investors, and government officials focused on expansion of the semiconductor industry in the region.
Business and technology experts from South America, Europe, Asia, and the United States will explore the development of the South American semiconductor industry, address the challenges to growth and expansion, and define the opportunities for companies ready to serve this emerging market.
Who Should Attend
Important Note: A valid passport and Visa required for entry to Brazil. It takes time to acquire a visa-- if you are planning to attend please register soon.
• Individuals involved in marketing or new business development, especially those involved in semiconductor capital equipment, materials or related services
• Investors and industry analysts
• Manufacturing executives involved in globally based manufacturing or new facility start up
• Supply chain personnel seeking alternative supply sources
• Individuals seeking semiconductor related career opportunities in South America
The summit provides an exceptional opportunity to meet face-to-face with representatives and executives from local and global companies, government officials, industry experts, economic development specialists, and analysts.We are inviting global stakeholders with an interest in the South American semiconductor market—from the equipment, materials, device and R&D communities—to share their vision, insights and outlook with local business, technology, educational, and investment communities. Be part of the exciting developments in the emerging South American market and join us in Rio De Janeiro in November!
Companies seeking to reach out to decision makers involved in the South America, microelectronics supply chain can leverage the many promotional opportunities available for this program.
Please contact Ray Morgan for more information:firstname.lastname@example.org or 408.943.7047