Exhibitors help move printed circuit boards (PCBs) through the value chain process, from idea, to research, to design, to prototype, to test, to production, to support. If your business exists in one or more of these areas of bringing PCBs to life, you will fit right in.
"I love seeing so many people who also work in this PCB ecosystem!"
Exhibitors routinely tell us that just one good lead, gleaned from meeting attendees that visit their table, is enough to make the show worth it. Most report 3-5 solid leads that are likely to become sales opportunities in the coming 6 months. They also report 20-30 great conversations that might turn into something in a year.
"I've never had so many quality leads!"
Exhibitors marvel at the relatively low cost of getting a table. By keeping a low barrier to entry, we help ensure we have a well-rounded representation of vendors, and not just "the big guys".
"The ROI is outstanding year after year!"
High-value attendees means more potential customers per encounter. The types of people range from engineers in circuit design, PCB design, software, firmware and mechanical disciplines. There are also a large number of decision-makers, including directors, vice presidents and program managers. See the word cloud of job titles on the left side of this page.
"I had no idea I could get exposure to so many electrical and mechanical engineers and managers! I doubt I'll exhibit anywhere else!"
If you depend on a healthy electronics ecosystem around you in order for your business to thrive, participating in this trade show helps ensure we all grow to become more than just the sum of our parts. We can become a strong community that designs, produces and sells electronics that the world demands.
"It's comforting to know that my company exists in a space that is healthy. I can keep jobs for all my employees."
Have you opened a new job req and you need help? We have over 50 college students attend the show every year. We also have many engineers looking for a career change. They all carry resumes with them just in case they find a job opportunity. You can use your presence as an opportunity to recruit future employees.
"I met my best electrical engineer at PCB Carolina five years ago. Who knew?"