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Arrow Electronics’ Michael Long to Address ECIA Executive Conference October 25, 2011

Tue, 07/19/2011 - 7:13am
Michael Long, chairman, president and chief executive officer of Arrow Electronics, Inc., will be a keynote speaker at the 2011 ECIA Executive Conference, “Partnering for Profitable Growth,” October 23-25, at the InterContinental Chicago O’Hare Hotel.

Long will offer insight into industry trends and the future of electronic components distribution. Joining Arrow Electronics in 1991, Long’s broad-based experience has spanned almost 30 years in the electronics industry. As chief executive of one of the top global electronics components distributors, Long will discuss the evolution of the distribution industry, including the role of services and demand-creation programs.

The 2011 Executive Conference, “Partnering for Profitable Growth”, is an occasion for key industry leaders to focus on critical business issues and opportunities. Attendees hear the latest information from renowned experts and gain unprecedented access to industry leaders. The conference provides essential up-to-minute industry and economic information. Make plans to participate Oct. 23-25 at the Intercontinental Chicago O’Hare Hotel. Register online at https://www.formdesk.com/ecia/execconf or contact ECIA at 678-393-9990.

Sponsors of the conference include: Advantage Business Media; Allied Electronics; Arrow Electronics, Inc.; Avnet Electronics Marketing; Bourns; Carlton-Bates Company; CNA; Digi-Key Corporation; Electronics Sourcing, N.A.; Hearst Business Media; Honeywell Sensing & Control; Kemet Electronics; Littelfuse; Mouser Electronics; Molex; Murata; Newark Element 14; netComponents; Penton Media; Sharp Microelectronics of the Americas; TE Connectivity; Texas Instruments; TTI, Inc.; UBM Electronics Group; and Vishay. 

For more information, visit www.eciaonline.org

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