SEMI announced today the return of the Industry Strategy Symposium Europe (ISS Europe) 2022 as an in-person event to Brussels, Belgium, May 30, with insights from leading analysts, economists, policymakers and technologists on major forces impacting the semiconductor industry. The annual symposium offers business leaders’ perspectives on industry growth trends and intelligence to help ensure their company business plans and forecasts are based on current market conditions. Registration is now open.
Themed Resilient Europe: Semiconductors Enabling a Sustainable Digital Life, ISS Europe 2022 will examine economic, technology, market, business, and geopolitical developments and trends influencing the global electronics manufacturing industry, along with their implications for strategic business decisions.
“2022 is a critical year for semiconductor industry leaders to seize growth opportunities for Europe by ensuring more sustainable and resilient operations,” said Laith Altimime, president of SEMI Europe. “As digital transformation accelerates, the industry is rising in importance in Europe as a force of competitive advantage, with strong implications for our future and the climate.”
ISS Europe 2022 Highlights
Industry leaders will explore ways for companies to focus on sustainability, increasingly embed green practices into their business models, and target disruptive innovations to reach decarbonization and other goals now being established worldwide.
Experts will take a deep dive into organizational strategies and initiatives to address the semiconductor industry’s talent crisis and make workplaces more inclusive. The session will highlight key diversity and inclusion trends impacting societies and the importance of industry role models while offering takeaways for company leaders.
SESSION 3: Strengthening Europe by Resilience in the Supply Chain
Europe is well-positioned to expand its semiconductor manufacturing industry and foster greater supply chain resilience of its microelectronics industry to help fuel EU economic growth. This session will focus on the critical need for Europe to bolster the resilience of its semiconductor industry and improve its independence.