Insulectro is a proud supporter of numerous organizations that support the advancement of Connected Circuitry Solutions.
Printed Circuit Board Association of America
SUPPORTING DOMESTIC MANUFACTURERS OF PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS
The Printed Circuit Board Association of America is a consortium of companies, representatives, and enthusiasts who support initiatives to advance the U.S. domestic production of microelectronics and specifically printed circuit boards.
These small pieces of plastic are integral to functioning electronics systems, including those used in the military. Unfortunately, most printed circuit boards come from China, whose leaders hold the power to cut off supplies at any time.
Rather than stand on the sidelines, PCBAA is taking action in Washington D.C. to improve conditions for U.S. domestic manufacturers of printed circuit boards. These actions are guided by PCBAA’s three main mission objectives:
The Printed Circuit Board Association of America seeks to provide one voice for the PCB/PCBA industry.
We strive to educate, advocate, and legislate to raise awareness with decision-makers in Congress, the White House, the Department of Defense, and the rest of the Executive Branch about the domestic capabilities and resiliency of the printed circuit board and assembly industry for national security and economic purposes.
HELPING THE WORLD BUILD ELECTRONICS BETTER
As a non-profit, member-driven organization and leading source for industry standards, training, industry intelligence and public policy advocacy, IPC is THE global association that helps OEMs, EMS, PCB manufacturers and suppliers build electronics better.
More than 3,000 companies around the world depend on IPC programs and services to further their competitive advantage and financial success. IPC members represent all facets of the electronics industry, including design, printed board manufacturing, electronics assembly, and test.
Women in Electronics (WE)
EXPANDING OPPORTUNITIES FOR WOMEN IN THE FAST-PACED ELECTRONICS INDUSTRY
“WE” was formed in the fall of 2017 by a group of 20 inaugural women coming from all over the country to meet for its inaugural conference in Laguna Beach, CA. The group was built with the premise of women working collaboratively to find inspiration, strength, and empowerment through a sense of community.
The goals of WE are to:
- Empower women through virtual event discussion groups.
- Develop women with our Life Balance Series and Professional and Personal Leadership Development Program.
- Advocate for ourselves and others through the professional career coaching in the Mentorship Program.
- Celebrate the accomplishments and advancement of women.
Printed Circuit Engineering Association
Collaborate, Educate, and Inspire
The Printed Circuit Engineering Association™ (PCEA) is an international network of engineers, designers, fabricators, assemblers, and anyone related to printed circuit development. Our mission is to promote printed circuit engineering as a profession by encouraging and facilitating the exchange of information and the integration of new design concepts through education, certification, communications, seminars, and workshops. This is facilitated by a network of local, regional, virtual PCEA-affiliated chapters and the support of our sponsors.
Innovation Leadership Forum
ENABLING LEADERS TO DRIVE SUCCESS THROUGH INNOVATION AND TRANSFORMATION
The mission of the Innovation Leadership Forum is to create a safe place to network, learn and explore topics that help us proactively champion innovation and transformation in our organizations.
The four pillars of the Forum are:
- Innovation and Emerging Technology
- Operational Excellence
- Executive Leadership and Strategy
- Global and Local Impact
Better leaders. Better decisions. Better results.
Vistage facilitates confidential peer advisory groups for CEOs and other senior leaders, focusing on solving challenges, accelerating growth and improving business performance. Over 24,000 high-caliber executives in 25 countries rely on Vistage.
In 2020, Vistage CEO members grew their annual revenue on average by 4.6%, while nonmembers with comparable businesses saw revenue decrease by 4.7% according to Dun & Bradstreet data study.