Electronics Industry Question Time

The Electronics Industry Question Time is a new approach to help journalists get answers about key issues and technologies from the world’s leading electronic components and semiconductor vendors.

In a similar format to the TV programme, an audience of journalists is able to ask questions to the panel, allowing them to understand the latest industry trends and developments. All companies have an opportunity to respond, providing a clear picture across the industry.


The Electronics industry Question Time is held by video conference, minimising the time required to participate for both journalists and companies. Typically the event runs for around 90 minutes.

Every panel has a theme: it might be around a general topic such as artificial intelligence, or technology such as microcontrollers or analog design.

Companies each make some opening comments to introduce their perspective on the topic and highlight any relevant key products or innovations. To ensure that the panel can be fully prepared, we encourage journalists to submit questions in advance. Questions provided before the event are prioritised, although additional questions are encouraged if time permits.


The following is our provisional schedule for Electronics Industry Question Time events. The calls are held at 3pm UK, 4pm CET, 10am Boston, unless otherwise stated.

  • Tuesday, 29 September 2020: TBC
  • Tuesday 27 October 2020: TBC

Please contact Mike at Napier if you have suggestions for future topics.


If you would like to attend one of the upcoming electronic industry question time panels, please complete the form with your details below.
There is no cost for journalists to attend, although numbers are limited.

Companies and Experts

These events are open to all relevant companies: there is no requirement to be a Napier client. The standard charge for participation in the panel is £3500. If you are interested in being a panel member, or having someone from your organisation on the panel, please complete the form below.