+Plastic Electronics: Digital is a new subscription only online newsletter and magazine, bringing the latest technology developments and market analysis straight to your inbox.
For only £100 subscribers receive 12 newsletter issues of Smithers Apex's +Plastic Electronics: Digital, delivered to their inbox throughout the year. The editorial published by +Plastic Electronics gives businesses exclusive, invaluable insight into the technology changes and emerging market trends guiding the industry.
What do I receive?
Each month, you will receive a newsletter, containing links to the latest content posted online. Subscribers will also be required to set up a username and password, allowing you access to the exclusive content whenever required. In addition, each month will offer a different PDF download, either a 6-page market analysis or a 20-page Plugged In mini report.
Each newsletter will include links to:
Features on commercialisation
Innovation is crucial for those brand owners and end-users that are at the top of their market or are looking to crack new ones, but it carries huge risk. +Plastic Electronics: Digital takes you inside the strategies of brand owners and end-users looking to develop new products using plastic electronics.
Provides in-depth analysis of the most significant stories to break in the industry, with exclusive quotes from companies and analysts to provide a detailed outlook.
A downloadable PDF will be available each month for you to take away and analyse. Alternating between Marketwatch - in-depth analysis of a market based on real reports and figures from leading market analysts, and Plugged In - a 20-page mini-report highlighting the latest developments, and roadmap, for different technologies, processes and materials in the plastic electronics market.
How can I subscribe?
Documents and links
Subscribe to +Plastic Electronics for just £100. Simply fill out the form and send back to the +Plastic Electronics team to sign up
For a taste of what you'll get if you subscribe, read an article on Nanoident from our first ever issue.