ASIA PACIFIC BUSINESS OUTLOOK (APBO) CONFERENCE
University of Southern California, April 7-8, 2014, Los Angeles, CA
SPECIAL PRICING FOR U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE CLIENTS
Registration: $849.00* (after March 4, 2014)
Early Bird Registration: $699.00* (until March 4, 2014)
NGOs, Govt., Educational Rate, District Export Council Members: $599.00 (until March 4, 2014)
*USDOC Referral Code: USCS2014 (Please be sure to submit this code when registering.)
The Asia / Pacific Business Outlook, hosted by the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, with the full support of the U.S. Commercial Service, is the longest running, most successful regional conference of its kind focusing specifically on Asian markets. This conference has made a difference for U.S. exporters, and has become the premier U.S. commercial trade event focusing on the Asia / Pacific region.
APBO 2014 brings the experts closer to you. It is a very rare opportunity for U.S. exporters to meet with Senior Commercial Officers (SCOs) from throughout the East Asia Pacific region and India, as well as Burma, Russia, Brazil, and Mexico at one venue. The SCOs from American embassies, consulates and institutes in Australia, Brazil, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Philippines, Russia, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam will speak in small-group workshops.
APBO 2013 and 2012 were sold out events. Space is limited so sign up today.
Comments from previous participants:
"APBO far exceeded my expectations. The value of the conference is unsurpassed. I secured more valuable contacts in two days at APBO than I could have in years any other way."
"This event is the most educational and well organized event I have attended. As a small business it is nice to know that there is help dealing with such a big world."
"I can't imagine a better collective of international business experts available in a concise yet thorough conference. A definite 'must' for companies seeking to do business abroad."
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