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2023 GSA European Executive Forum
June 14 - June 15
The global economy is sending mixed messages, and with every new data release comes a new batch of upbeat or defeatist headlines.
Uncertainty remains if inflation is fully under control and how quickly economic growth will pick up strongly again. On one side the labor market seems healthier than it’s been in years, on the other all major tech companies have announced significant layoffs. The chip shortage is not over yet in some segments, but in some others there is excess supply. Our new multipolar world order will enforce structural changes to the economy, such as the need to rebuild reliable supply chains closer to home, which often comes at higher prices.
Despite these uncertainties, innovation in our industry remains as strong as ever, with relentless growth driven by automotive, 5G and next generation connectivity, new silicon design paradigms including RISC-V and chiplets, big trends towards decarbonization and new materials like SiC, the positive effects of increased diversity and inclusion. And large amounts of government money is made available globally to support this growth, through “chips acts” and “green deals”.
There is therefore a strong belief that tech innovation and growth will continue to prevail and, with a little more positive international cooperation, deal with the apparent challenges altogether.
The GSA European Executive Forum is our flagship event in Europe which, over two days, always attracts the very top speakers and attendees: close to 300 senior decision makers, the majority VP and C-level profiles.
Over the past 20 years, it has become the reference executive event for the semiconductor industry in the EMEA region.
- Economic and Industry Outlook
- The Road to Decarbonization
- Talent / Diversity / Inclusion
- Next Generation Connectivity
- Advancements in Automotive and more!
Some exciting highlights to look forward to:
- CEO fireside chat between Jochen Hanebeck, CEO, Infineon and Jean-Marc Chery, CEO and President, STMicroelectronics, moderated by Tien Wu, CEO, ASE
- Keynote Advocating a Closer Partnership in the Automotive Supply Chain by Joachim Kahmann, Senior VP, Stellantis