Venture Outsource online seminar popular for companies outsourcing electronics
Dec 01, 2005
Venture Outsource Group, providing services to electronics supply chain decision-makers worldwide, announced the firm's upcoming, online seminar, 'Global EMS Providers - strengths, challenges, competitive tactics, and value propositions', is generating considerable international interest among electronics manufacturing services (EMS) providers or, contract electronics manufacturers. To learn more and register, visit: http://www.ventureoutsource.com/docs/webinar/globalems.html.
The popular Internet event is sponsored by IBM and occurs December 8, 10:00AM (PST). Toll-free, dial-in is provided and a question and answer period concludes the event.
Companies profiled include Benchmark Electronics, Celestica, Elcoteq, Flextronics, Foxconn, Jabil Circuit, Nam Tail Electronics, Plexus, Sanmina-SCI, and Solectron.
"This particular seminar is based on our everyday experience working with top providers around the world and it is typically presented to original equipment manufacturers (OEM)" said Venture Outsource president, and seminar instructor, Mark Zetter. Individuals and organizations with interest in outsourcing global, technology supply chains are encouraged to attend.
Venture Outsource online, international seminars are recognized for attracting participants from dozens of countries simultaneously as the firm's list of satisfied seminar attendees continues to grow. "Venture Outsource seminars are consistent with our own experiences and provide valuable guidance on various levels of outsourcing," said Jim Davies, senior account manager with global EMS provider BreconRidge Manufacturing Solutions and recent Venture Outsource seminar attendee.
"OEM attendees will obtain first-hand knowledge on various contract electronics manufacturers. Meanwhile, some of the valuable knowledge contract manufacturing attendees will learn is why some providers are more successful at what they do and what's working in industry as these companies compete for business" adds Zetter.