|CanWEA 2012 U.S. Pavilion -- Environmental Technologies|
The U.S. Pavilion at CanWEA 2012 Annual Conference and Exhibition will be held on October 14-17, 2012 in Toronto, Canada.
CanWEA 2012 is one of the largest wind energy exhibitions in Canada. This premier wind energy event will bring together over 2,500 experts from all over the world to discuss the opportunities and latest developments in the Canadian wind energy industry. The exhibition hall will feature over 250 exhibiting companies and will provide companies with an exclusive opportunity to network and generate new business leads.
This is a great opportunity for U.S. companies specializing in wind energy technologies and interested in developing or increasing sales in Canada's rapidly growing wind energy market. Meet Canadian corporate and government leaders who are moving the Canadian economy into a greener future.
With the focus on wind energy growing and estimations that it will satisfy 20 percent of Canada's electricity demand by 2025, Canadian businesses, municipalities and federal/provincial government(s) are looking for technology that will provide them with the tools and systems necessary to further strengthen the sector.
U.S. companies participating in the U.S. pavilion at CanWEA 2012 will benefit from the following:
1. Full participation to the event includes a 10 x 10 booth with:
a.Pipe & Drape, Furnished Table, 2 chairs, Carpet,Light
c.2 complimentary exhibitor passes
2.Expand their market penetration through the one-on-one interaction with buyers from across the region as well as senior executives and key decision-makers from across Canada.
3.Launch new products before a motivated audience.
4.Attend and/or give technical seminars and workshops on new technology.
5.Extensive marketing campaign and trade show organizer focused on delivering qualified buyers to your booth at the event. This campaign includes direct mail and e-mail campaigns, website promotion that will provide exposure for your company.
6.Networking opportunities during exhibition, luncheons and receptions.
7.Opportunity to promote company to international participants.
The following services will be provided to participating companies:
- Mailings to all local federal, provincial and municipal contacts responsible for the procurement of environmental and renewable energy technologies.
- Market research
- Key contacts list
- Description of each participant on the Commercial website
This pavilion is aimed at matching Canada's wind energy needs with U.S. suppliers of wind energy technology.
|Connie Irrera, Montreal|
Phone: 514/398-9695, ext. 2262, direct line 514/908-3662
|Stefan Popescu, Toronto|
Phone: 416 / 595-5412 x 223