You’re invited to this upcoming New England ERA Chapter event featuring a presentation on “Trendspotting: Technology Trends That Will Drive the Future of the Electronics Industry.”
Join the New England Chapter of ERA for dinner, and an interesting and insightful presentation by Dennis Reed, Senior Research Analyst at Edgewater Research, who presented this dynamic topic at the recent ERA National Conference.
The drive for work from anywhere has pushed devices to become smarter, and the proliferation of 5G is expected to enable new use cases with Internet of Things (IoT). More devices with more connectivity have meant greater power consumption, stressing energy supplies. Governments are increasingly pressing green initiatives in response, which will continue to alter the landscape from the factory floor to our commutes to the office. Dennis Reed will present a backdrop of the supply situation and how you can capitalize on these megatrends in 2022 and beyond.
Register today for this don’t-miss event that was one of the most well-attended breakout sessions at the 2022 ERA Conference, as well as the opportunity to network with fellow industry professionals!
ERA Member: $50 per person
Non-Member: $65 per person
Dinner included / cash bar available.
You will have the option to pay securely online once completing the registration form.
Dennis Reed, Senior Research Analyst – Technology, Edgewater Research
Dennis Reed is a senior research analyst in technology for Edgewater Research. Reed started in the industry in 2005 at FTN Midwest Research on the technology and semiconductor team. In 2006, he was a founding member of Cleveland Research Co. and continued to develop an extensive network of technology industry professionals in the semiconductor, distribution, memory and HDD industries throughout the world. Reed worked at KeyBanc Capital markets in New York on teams covering consumer staples and paper and packing companies. Reed has a wide array of experience working in various roles with Travelers Insurance, including market research and various product roles supporting business unit growth in targeted end markets. Reed is a 2002 graduate of Ohio University with a major in sports management.