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    • Arrow Electronics Inc. Corporate presentation February 2014
    • 2 By the time you had your coffee this morning, chances are you interacted with Arrow approximately five times. You likely will interact with Arrow approximately 20 times by the time you go to bed. Whether it’s amazing or mundane, something you’ve never seen before or things you can’t live without, if it takes a charge, chances are it was built by Arrow.
    • 3 Arrow at a glance Founded: Ticker symbol: Website: 2012 sales: Employees: Locations: Headquarters: Customers: Fortune 500 rank: 1935 ARW (New York Stock Exchange) www.arrow.com $20.4 billion 16,500 Global network of more than 470 locations in 55 countries and territories Englewood, Colorado 100,000 141
    • 4 ARROW HAS ALWAYS BEEN AN INTELLECTUAL FORCE FOR DREAMERS. A SPRINGBOARD FOR INNOVATORS. AND A PRACTICAL TOOL FOR BUILDERS.
    • 5
    • 6 RADIO WAS AN INNOVATION.
    • 7 PARTS
    • 8 ARROW WAS THERE.
    • 9 ELECTRONICS
    • 10 COMPUTERS WERE AN INNOVATION.
    • 11 ARROW WAS THERE.
    • 12 FROM TO
    • 13 PARTS SOLUTIONS
    • 14 TEXT TOUCH
    • 15 SERVERS DATA CENTERS
    • 16 COMMODITY COMPLEX SOLUTIONS
    • 17 PARTS
    • 18 PEOPLE
    • 19 ARROW HAS BEEN AT THE FOREFRONT OF CHANGE.
    • 20 THE CHANGES IN THE INDUSTRY WE SERVE ARE ACCELERATING.
    • 21 THE INNOVATOR’S PARADOX.
    • 22 Possibility Practicality
    • 23 FORWARD-THINKING FOR FORWARD-THINKERS.
    • 24 WE GUIDE INNOVATION FORWARD.
    • 25 Possibility Practicality
    • 26 POSSIBILITY
    • 27 Designing components online. At 2:00 in the morning.
    • 28 Complex logistics require specialization.
    • 29 PRACTICALITY
    • 30 Field application engineers and systems engineers drive solutions to complex issues.
    • 31 One-stop shopping.
    • 32 Possibility Practicality
    • 33 Innovation promises a better world just down the road. More value for less money. Exciting new products for consumers. Higher margins for businesses. A competitive advantage.
    • 34
    • 35 SEE, NOW IS AN IDEA THAT ACTUALLY BEGAN FIVE YEARS AGO..
    • 36 FIVE YEARS OUT: WHERE PRACTICAL INTERSECTS WITH POSSIBLE..
    • 37 YEARS OUT IS WHERE WHAT COULD BE MEETS WHAT CAN BE.
    • 38 Are you five years out?