IntelliFLEX adjusting to COVID-19 while soliciting industry feedback

Mark Majewski.

The intelliFLEX Innovation Alliance (Ottawa, Ontario), a not-for-profit industry alliance and a vital partner for accelerating the growth of the flexible and hybrid electronics sector with more than 300 organizations across Canada, is reacting to the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s a brief summary of its current initiatives.

  • The Alliance’s premier event, CPES2020, has been postponed until this fall or early 2021, said the organization. The final date has yet to be decided.
  • Mark Majewski will transition from the role of CEO into a Special Advisor position. This will allow him time to assist where he’s most needed – notably engineering manufacturing to help front-line workers in the COVID-19 fight.
  • Michelle Chretien.

    Michelle Chretien will be taking on the role of Acting CEO. “Her wealth of knowledge and connections in the industry will greatly benefit intelliFLEX in these challenging times,” said the Alliance.

  • Naudia Banton will continue to lead Operations at the organization.
  • Given the current restrictions on in-person meetings, intelliFLEX will focus on being a centre of knowledge, offering industry-related news updates, training and virtual meetings to connect members and its ecosystem.

The company added: “As we all adjust to our new circumstances, intelliFLEX continues to search for new ways to create value for members and our ecosystem. We welcome your involvement, suggestions and help as we change.”

Naudia Banton.

Please take a moment and respond the organization’s short questionnaire on what currently represents the greatest importance to you and to your business. Click here to go to the questionnaire.

“This is where innovation thrives, as we form new ventures together in our rapidly changing world,” intelliFLEX pointed out.