ECIA Welcomes Brian K. Giudice to Global Industry Practices Committee (GIPC)
Brian’s broad and deep manufacturers’ rep experience strengthens the Committee
ATLANTA – ECIA is pleased to announce that Brian K. Giudice, Vice President of Sales for Alliance Electronics Marketing Group, Millennium Alliance has joined the GIPC.
Brian is originally from Louisville, Kentucky, where he earned an engineering degree from the University of Kentucky. He worked as an Industrial Engineer at an Ohio Public Utility Company (Natural Gas) prior to joining the electronics Industry as part of Jack Harvey & Associates. He has over 35 years’ experience selling semiconductors, passive & electro-mechanical components. His customer base over the years has included Automotive OEM, Tier1 Automotive, Industrial, Medical, White Goods, and Consumer Electronics.
“Brian will be a valuable addition to our GIPC team, and I’m really looking forward to working with him,” commented ECIA’s VP of Industry Practices Don Elario. “In addition to the GIPC, Brian is working on the ECIA/Texas A&M research quantifying the value of distribution”.
Millennium Alliance is based in Indianapolis, Indiana and is one of the largest Rep organizations in the country. Brian enjoys woodworking, golf and a glass of Kentucky bourbon.
The Global Industry Practices Committee (GIPC) provides a forum to discuss processes in the authorized channel that drive best practices within our industry. The GIPC members on this committee work to identify common global problems and issues, formally organize with Subject Matter Experts to research the issues, provide guidance and areas for consideration, and then help drive adoption with the ECIA Board of Directors and Councils. This activity results in the construction of guidelines, specifications, position papers and best practice documents for the electronic components authorized channel. The Committee is made up of executives from three Distributors, three Manufacturers, one Manufacturer’s Representative and two ECIA representatives.