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ACNA 2018 hosts three full days with two streams of the most comprehensive insight and analysis of the wire and cable market focusing on advanced technologies and solutions across the sector.

  • North American cable market outlook
  • Macroeconomic trends and new opportunities
  • End-user perspectives
  • Regulatory compliance and supply chain management
  • Trend in automotive cable demand
  • Renewable energy cables
  • Data communication and connectivity
  • Advanced energy Cable applications
  • Fibre to the home
  • Wireless Network
  • Cabling solutions for electric vehicles

Helping your business meet market demand with advanced cable innovation, strategies, and unparalleled networking opportunities

We are delighted to announce Integer’s Advanced Cable conference is coming to North America.

Next February 26th-28th, 2018 the first Advanced Cable North America 2018 (ACNA 2018) will bring together key thought leaders from the wire and cable industry to Atlanta, Georgia, USA to examine opportunities in North American high performance cable markets and capture profit margins from new market shifts.

The three day conference will discuss economic and political mega-trends affecting the development of the regional cable market and provide an insight into key advanced cable applications in energy, automotive and communication.

Save your place – register before December 1st, 2017 and save US$400 off your delegate pass

Book Register hereyour tickets securely online here or click the ‘register here’ button to the right to reserve your place.

Offer ends December 1st, 2017.

Join us at the Advanced Cable North America 2018 conference to:

  • Understand how the current and future economic and political environment will impact North American cable market development
  • Hear from the leading policy and market experts for insight into future prospects
  • Explore strategies to succeed under uncertainty – to learn and brainstorm with world-class speakers and senior-level attendees
  • Identify key changes in market demand and be prepared for the future risks and opportunities
  • Connect with key senior executives from across the industry with 12+ hours of networking dedicated to growing the North American cable market
  • Establish one-off platform for market and technology information sharing and exchange

ACNA 2018 will deliver the insight your company needs to capitalize on this broad and growing market and provides the perfect platform to meet with global and regional decision makers in the wire and cable industry.

Conference agenda at a Glance

Day one – Feb. 26thDay Two – Feb. 27th Day Three – Feb. 28th
Registration opensNorth American Cable Market OutlookBreakfast Breifing:
Trends in Automotive Cable Demand
Morning Networking Break
Macroeconomic Trends and New OpportunitiesRenewable Energy CablesData Communications and Connectivity
Lunch and Networking Break
Welcome ceremonyEnd-user PerspectivesAdvanced Energy Cable ApplicationsFiber to the Home
Regulatory Compliance and Supply Chain ManagementCabling Solutions for Electric VehiclesWireless Network
Networking cocktail receptionSee the full program here >>

Registration includes:

  • Attendance to full three days of the conference*
  • Access to online networking platforms + interactive delegate list*
  • Over 12 hours of networking
  • Breakfast brief on automotive cable with Integer’s Director of Wire & Cable, Philip Radbourne (gold ticket only)
  • Access to all presentations online during and post conference
  • Post-conference report

*dependent on ticket type

Develop your brand in North America

Integer has produced tailored sponsorship and exhibition packages aimed at promoting your company to the clients that matter.

View our sponsorship brochure here >>

To partner with Advanced Cable North America 2018 contact our Sponsorship Manager, William Plunkett, using the details below.

William Plunkett
Sponsorship Manager
E: William.Plunkett@integer-research.com
T: +44 20 3696 2326 (London)

 

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