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Industry Partnerships+

We strive to support the overall health of the technology community by actively engaging and partnering with the leading industry organisations. As our HQ is in the UK, this has traditionally had a UK focus, but we have recently sponsored events in Munich, Dresden and as far afield as Shanghai. Therefore we form partnerships with a range of relevant industry organisations:

  • UKESF is fantastic organisation. It tirelessly works to encourage students to enrol in high tech degrees and to encourage graduates to enter the electronics systems sector.

    Visit UKESF
  • A leading wireless industry association is Cambridge Wireless – we’re founding members. Their annual international event attracts senior executives from all over the world.

    Visit CW
  • The NMI is the UK’s leading industry body in the electronics systems sector. IC Resources is heavily involved in the NMI’s efforts to influence government on visa policies and ensuring that technology jobs – and therefore tax revenue – stay within the UK.

    Visit NMI
  • IC Resources sponsors the GSA’s annual European forum. The team at GSA is highly professional and do an excellent job of encouraging cooperation within the global semiconductor industry.

    Visit GSA
  • EMA is a business accelerator generating a flow of private network activity within the European semiconductors / microelectronics community.

    Visit EMA
  • Silicon South West and SetSquared are key contributors to the health of SMEs throughout the South West UK.

    Visit SSW
  • We are long term members and adhere to all quality guidelines of REC, the UK’s recruitment industry body.

    Visit REC
  • Future Horizons is one of the world’s leading semiconductor industry analysts. The CEO, Malcolm Penn, has 40 years of semiconductor experience and is a passionate supporter of the IC industry.

    Visit FH
  • Remap is a national charity working through local groups of skilled volunteers to help people with disabilities achieve independence and a better quality of life. It does this by designing and tailor-making equipment for their individual needs.

    Visit Remap
  • IPSE is the largest association of independent professionals in the EU, representing over 67,000 freelancers, contractors and consultants from every sector of the economy. It’s a not-for-profit organisation owned and run by its members.

    Visit IPSE