U.S. Showcase at World Smart Energy Week
February 27-March 1, 2013
World Smart Energy Week is the world’s largest-scale international business-to-business exhibition & conference covering a wide range of cutting-edge products & technologies from diverse energy industries. The event consists of 8 industry specific exhibitions all under one roof: PV, PV systems, Wind, Fuel Cells, Smart Grid, Green Building, Manufacturing Processes, and Large Scale Batteries.
The U.S. Department of Commerce is offering a special Showcase Package to U.S. exporters (companies whose products or services include at least 51 percent U.S. content):
- One-on-one matchmaking meetings (via Reed Exhibitions) with Japanese companies exhibiting at the expo, with interpretation provided
- Catalog display at the U.S. Showcase
- Business counseling with the U.S. Commercial Service
- Access to VIP receptions (executive level only)
- Exclusive market briefing on February 26
- Booklet featuring U.S. companies in the Showcase, translated into Japanese and distributed at the booth
- The U.S. Showcase fee per company is $2,500 ($2,250 for SME). An early bird discount of $250 is available until January 18.
- For more information, contact any of the following individuals:
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