Würth Elektronik Shifts Annual Technical Training Show to Digital Platform

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For the sixth year, Würth Elektronik has successfully held its annual WE Day technical seminars show. However, like many events in 2020, the show has transitioned to a virtual stage.

WE Day 2020, sponsored by Mouser Electronics, offers unbiased training from a diverse range of partners, including Mouser Electronics, Altium/SKA, Keysight Technologies, Microside, Rohde & Schwarz, STMicroelectronics, VAGON, and WND Mexico.

“Our goal was to adapt the event to this new virtual model in order to continue connecting with our customers, and continue providing them the best presentations with the best partners in technology and innovation.,” said Gabriel Castaneda, Regional Sales Manager at Würth Elektronik in Latin America.  “Our 6th WE Day Edition was so special and unique, and that virtual connection made it possible to interact with Industry colleagues beyond our boundaries.”

This year’s comprehensive WEDay event combined four separate WE Day events throughout Mexico and Brazil, into one cohesive experience. The event allows engineers to find presentations from suppliers regarding 5G, Internet of Things, and other topics in English, Spanish and Portuguese.



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