Industry Strategy Symposium 2023 to Highlight ‘Reaching $1T the Right Way: A Sustainable Path’


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SEMI announced that Industry Strategy Symposium (ISS) 2023 will be held January 8-11 at the Ritz-Carlton in Half Moon Bay, Calif. with the theme "Reaching $1T the Right Way: A Sustainable Path". ISS is the year’s first executive check-in, offering perspectives from leading analysts, researchers, economists, and technologists on forces impacting the semiconductor industry. The annual symposium provides insights into growth opportunities and industry intelligence to help inform company business plans and forecasts based on current market conditions. Registration is open.

ISS speakers will highlight regional and global investments that promise to drive the industry’s path to $1 trillion by 2023, with a focus on innovation and business opportunities in growth markets. Central themes at ISS 2023 will include semiconductor market drivers, private and public partnerships, technologies critical to extreme ultraviolet (EUV) innovation, supply chain resilience, environmental sustainability, and global cooperation across the supply chain.

“With unprecedented opportunities ahead for the semiconductor industry, top visionaries and experts will gather at ISS to deliver insights into the latest geopolitical and electronics industry developments and trends,” said Joe Stockunas, president of SEMI Americas and host of ISS. “C-suite executives will find the presentations compelling as they get a front-row seat at what to expect in the year ahead.”

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