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Show Time at DistribuTECH 2015

In partnership with DistribuTECH show management PennWell and Power Grid International, the U.S. Commercial Service invites U.S. exhibitors to participate in our Show Time program at the DistribuTECH 2015 Conference & Exhibition in San Diego, CA.  Show Time offers you a unique opportunity to meet one-on-one with U.S. Department of Commerce Energy IT/Smart Grid industry specialists from our overseas U.S. Embassies and Consulates. Show Time appointments will be available in the International Business Center (Rooms 33A/B) at the show from February 3-5, 2015.   You will be briefed on individual market opportunities related to the energy IT sector as well as market potential for your products & services.  All meetings will last 20 minutes. Specialists representing the following countries as well as U.S. Government export promotion counterparts are tentatively scheduled to participate at the DistribuTECH Conference & Exhibition:

Brazil – Igly Serafim
Bulgaria
- Emily Taneva
Canada
– Stefan Popescu
France
– Myrline Mikal-Goide
Italy
- Carmine D'Aloisio
Japan
- Andrew Wylegala

Mexico – Teresa Verthein
Netherlands
– Alan Ras
Russia
– Maria Smirnova
Saudi Arabia
- Habeeb Saeed
Turkey –
Serdar Cetinkaya
United Kingdom
– Claudia Colombo

 

Show Time appointments can take place either at your booth or at our International Business Center (Rooms 33 A/B).  We will review your company information and provide a confirmation e-mail within 48 hours of the start of the show. Your confirmation will include details regarding the date, times and location of your Show Time meetings.  Additional export counseling services will also be available from U.S. Commercial Service staff during the show. There is no fee to participate. To participate in ShowTime, your company’s products/services must contain at least 51% U.S. content.

U.S. Government representatives also available for one-on-one meetings at DistribuTECH.

USDOC Advocacy Center – Craig Elliott
Export-Import Bank
- Rob Guthrie
Small Business Administration
– Jeff Deiss
U.S. Trade Development Agency
– Verinda Fike

USDOC Advocacy Center helps to ensure that sales of U.S. products and services have the best possible chance competing abroad. Advocacy assistance is wide and varied but often involves companies that want the U.S. Government to communicate a message to foreign governments or government-owned corporations on behalf of their commercial interest, typically in a competitive bid contest.

Export-Import Bank will be at DistribuTECH 2015 to meet with U.S. companies interested in discussing Export Credit Insurance, Working Capital Guarantees, Direct Loans, and Loan Guarantees.  The Export-Import Bank has supported hundreds of individual renewable energy transactions and projects worth over $1.3 billion in U.S. exports since the creation of its Environmental Exports Program in 1994. 

U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) can help your company connect with a lender to safely structure your export financing in a way that gives your firm an added edge.  SBA programs also help US exporters get loans for their working capital and other business needs. 

U.S. Trade and Development Agency links U.S. businesses to global infrastructure opportunities by funding project planning activities, pilot projects, and reverse trade missions while creating sustainable infrastructure and economic growth in partner countries. USTDA helps companies create U.S. jobs through the export of U.S. goods and services for priority development projects in emerging economies.

For more information on DistribuTECH, visit: http://www.distributech.com/index.html

Questions: Please contact Jason Sproule,949-283-0690.

ON-LINE REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED

Please stop by the International Business Center in Room 33A/B during show ours to sign-up for meetings. We will schedule meetings based on availability.



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