Kraiburg TPE: Second edition of Virtual TPE Expert Talks 2021 starts in June
Kraiburg TPE will be holding its second TPE Expert Talks from 8-10 June 2021. The company said that spurred on by the positive feedback received about the kick-off event in 2020, this free digital event will be presented in an extended global format, full of highlights and industry expertise brought together for customers, partners and everybody interested in thermoplastic elastomers. The TPE Expert Talks arose in 2020 from the idea of trying to stay close to customers despite the restrictions and keeping them informed safely about new products, developments and industry know-how.
Participants of the June event can expect 20 short presentations and expert interviews, as well as product presentations, which have been selected based on current topics as well as customer requests and feedback. For the first time, the TPE Expert Talks are being held at a global level. This will enable participants to take part in discussing various global issues from a local point of view – live, in their own time zone.
The event will be covering a broad range of topics: From light effect TPEs and an FAQ session on TPEs in relation to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, to electrically conductive and antistatic TPEs, through to innovations in the field of lightweight TPEs. The agenda also includes sessions covering general topics such as “all about TPEs” as well as multicomponent injection molding. According to the company the aim of the program is to prepare participants individually to face challenges in the field of TPEs and get them ready for the coming 12 to 14 months in the market environment in this sector, thus enabling them to take their company into the future with the help of thermoplastic elastomers.
“We’ve received a lot of positive feedback about the content and the organization of the debut event,” summarizes Franz Hinterecker, CEO of Kraiburg TPE. “As the modular set-up proved its value, we’ll be staying with it. The audience liked the 15-minute sessions in particular, so we’ll be offering more of them in 2021. We’re especially looking forward to the event’s international orientation, as we’ll be able to present our accumulated global expertise for the first time – for 3 days, almost 24 hours a day, directly from Europe, America and Asia, and always with a local focus,” says Mr. Hinterecker.
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