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Semiconductor exposition coming to Indianapolis in 2025

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Next year, an exposition focusing on the latest in semiconductor technologies and manufacturing will be held in Indianapolis.
Governor Eric Holcomb announced Tuesday that SEMIEXPO in the Heartland will be held April 1st and 2nd at the Indiana Convention Center. The event will welcome businesses and policymakers to the Circle City, which Holcomb believes will benefit Hoosiers.
He said, “Bringing the semiconductor industry to the Midwest for this inaugural event will further showcase our advanced manufacturing leadership and position Hoosiers and our shared economy for even more industrial growth opportunities.”
In recent years, multiple semiconductor companies have established – or revealed plans to establish – manufacturing facilities in Indiana.
Purdue University President Mung Chiang noted, “With the investments that Purdue, Indiana, and our Midwest partners have announced, we are creating an impactful role in the nation’s semiconductor innovation ecosystem.”

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