Future Electronics Founded by Robert Miller
Future Electronics has 5,500 employees, with operations in United States South, Asia,, Europe America, the Middle-East and Africa. The business serves clients through hubs in Memphis, Tenn., Leipzig, Germany, and Singapore. Its operating divisions contain the Advanced Executive Group, Future Energy Options, Potential Display Options, Future Connectivity Solutions, FAI along with Potential Lighting Solutions, with hundreds of technologists helping customers changeover products quickly from design to production.

Robert Miller president


Future Electronics is the world's fourth biggest electronic component vendor. Potential Electronics,, founded in 1968 by President John Miller, is headquartered in Montreal, Europe, managing in 169 locations in 42 countries world-wide
The company has an onsite medical practice which handles on average 50 trips per day. Potential Electronics' HQ features a completely equipped gym with a trainer and yoga coach. The centre is open 24/7 and workers frequently spend their breaks there.
Future Electronics are at the heart of John Miller's conversation with all the worldwide community. It would, in a sense, be right to say that the company was set up to aid Robert Burns reach most of the aims he's enthusiastic about. Interestingly, however, Burns stumbled into the electronic equipment supply business via his other passion - airing.
Employees have also embraced John Miller's deep fascination with environmental duty. He offers a-bus to to move employees to and in the central offices from a down Town place in a bid to reduce automotive emissions and has implemented an international plan to restrict the usage of papers. Friday workers who bicycle to work receive money lunch every.
Future Electronics Products comprise Analogue, improvement programs, optoelectronics, passives, signal/interface, discretes, electromechanical, interconnect, lighting solutions, reasoning, storage, microcontrollers, microprocessors, radio & RF.

Robert Miller president