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Sources of information ECSN


T: 01763 274748 enquiries@ecsn-uk.org www.ecsn-uk.org


The Electronic Components Supply Network is a member managed, not-for-profit trade association based in the UK. To drive competitive advantage, it’s now necessary to understand the needs not just of your customer but also their customer’s and how your organisation really “adds value” within the overall supply network. Our members’ aim is to: “…promote positive collaboration throughout the electronic components supply network to benefit Members and the economy…” The role of the ECSN is to encourage


greater collaboration in the electronic components supply network through the networking of industry leaders and their organisations, to facilitate wider communications between organisations thereby improving overall market visibility and opportunity identification, whilst leveraging best industry practice to reduce costs.


Europartners Consultants office@europartners.eu.com www.europartners.eu.com


Europartners Consultants are a team of professional, multilingual executives located throughout Europe. They offer a range of electronics industry marketing services, analyses and conferences backed up by personal consulting for customised projects. Between the team, they have several hundred years of successful, hands-on management experience gained primarily in the electronics and electronic components industries. Their commitment is to provide


electronics companies engaged in manufacturing, marketing and distribution with the professional consulting services and active operational support needed to meet the challenges of marketing within the evolving markets in Europe. The company focuses on market and industry research, supply chain relationships, strategic business plans, partnership sourcing, marketing and sales. The team has been operating successfully since 1989, and now covers all the countries of Western Europe as well as having a foothold in Russia and several other developing markets.


International Institute of Obsolescence Management admin@theiiom.org www.theiiom.org


The International Institute of Obsolescence Management (IIOM) is a professional body for those involved in, or interested in, Obsolescence Management. The Institute is for professionals worldwide who are dedicated to furthering their knowledge and understanding of the Obsolescence Management discipline and who wish to network with a wide group of companies from a global membership. Members come from more than 12


different countries, from different industry sectors and all levels of the Supply Chain. Members help each other overcome practical problems, discuss process development and lead international development in Obsolescence Management Standardisation. IIOM are currently developing a CPD


programme that will enable practitioners to study towards a recognised certificate or diploma.


Its activities include: • Regular meetings with presentations, discussion groups and networking activities • Website with extensive information and international links


• List Server to help members overcome day to day issues


B2B Compliance T: 0845 680 9829


info@b2bcompliance.org.uk www.b2bcompliance.org.uk


Gambica B2B Compliance is a not-for-profit initiative created by industry and run for industry, to facilitate meeting producers’ obligations by being set up to be registered as a Compliance Scheme under the UK WEEE legislation. Membership is open to all companies operating in the business-to-business field where the items being sold fall within the scope of the legislation. B2B Compliance has the open support of, among others, the GAMBICA, BAREMA, BIVDA, ABHI, PLASA and IBMA trade associations. B2B Compliance hosts a series of strategic seminars and briefing workshops – details can be found on our website.


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• Guidance booklets on aspects of Obsolescence Management • Conferences and Exhibitions


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