A full subscription to +Plastic Electronics, your source of the latest news on the business and market strategies for organic and printable electronics, is available for just £100 per year. You will receive six 64-page issues, which are published bimonthly.
The editorial published in +Plastic Electronics magazine is exclusive to the publication. The editorial team secures exclusive interviews with commercial developers, assiduously researches market trends and provides invaluable insight into the means of achieving commercial success in this exciting industry.
What do I get in each issue?
In each issue an exclusive 20-page editorial analyses opportunities for printed, organic and hybrid electronics in an end-use market. To produce the reports our journalists and editors consult a range of data and information sources - market report forecasts, event presentations, websites, news sources, blogs - and hold interviews with developers, end-users, regulators, analysts and other experts.
These consultancy-level reports track the commercial status and potential of plastic electronics in different end-use markets and explore the specific challenges each industry presents to developers of these technologies and their supply chain partners. The depth of research means these issues can be retained long after publication for consultation and reference. Plugged In topics so far have covered: Construction, healthcare, smart fabrics, packaging, lighting, flexible displays and solar cells.
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 magazine 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.
Dissects the big debates taking place at leading industry events throughout the year and provides an event diary.
Exclusive extracts of market report forecasts and data from various research companies, packed with tables and analysis for organic and printed electronics in applications, markets and processes including OLED lighting and displays, solar cells, smart packaging, printing, e-paper and textiles.
An exclusive Q&A with a plastic electronics developer preparing to market new products, or securing orders for organic electronic technology.
How can I subscribe?
For all other queries please contact the +Plastic Electronics team.
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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.