Business News | Aug 30, 2016

EPIC Strengthens Team with Carmen Ferrari

Carmen Ferrari, a certified meetings professional with a bachelor in business administration, joins EPIC (European Photonics Industry Consortium) as Events and Marketing Manager. Carmen is passionate about bringing people together and has a wealth of experience in facilitating interaction among individuals.

Her role includes management of events and expands to any form of online/offline interaction among experts and leaders of the international photonics community. EPIC enables the industry to build meaningful, long-lasting and strategic relationships. Bringing people together is at the core of the association’s mission. By hiring an Events and Marketing Manager, EPIC continues to carry out its mission and aims to bring it to the next level.

“I am very excited to join EPIC and play an active role in the fascinating world of photonics. I look very much forward to meet the community and work with the team to further enrich the on- and offline experience of our members.” says Carmen. “I hope to contribute in strengthening their existing connections, establish new contacts, and eventually contribute to their overall success in the industry.”

Carmen Ferrari will play a pivotal role and you will have numerous opportunities to meet her in person, if you would like to welcome her to the photonics industry, she can be reached at: carmen.ferrari@epic-assoc.com

“The timing for Carmen to join the EPIC team is perfect as it allows us to extend our offering of member services from technology workshops to now also include a series of international business delegations” says Carlos Lee, Director General of the association. EPIC has numerous requests to help its members make fruitful contacts not only in Europe but across the world and in regions that are harder to reach. Delegations are currently in preparation for China, Singapore, Israel, Brazil and considered for Russia, and South Africa.

About EPIC:

EPIC is the industry association that promotes the sustainable development of organisations working in the field of photonics. We foster a vibrant photonics ecosystem by maintaining a strong network and acting as a catalyst and facilitator for technological and commercial advancement. EPIC publishes market and technology reports, organizes technical workshops and B2B roundtables, international delegations, engages in advocacy and lobbying, European funded projects, finance and investment, education and training activities, standards and roadmaps, pavilions at exhibitions. www.epic-assoc.com

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