PARIS AIR SHOW
Le Bourget, France
June 17-23, 2013
Program Manager: Cara Boulesteix, CS Paris – Cara.Boulesteix@trade.gov
The Paris Air Show has been the world’s leading aviation event for the past 100 years. In 2011, 2,113 exhibitors, 151,000 professional visitors and another 204,000 public visitors participated in the show. 2013 is sure to be an even better year for the Paris air Show and the Department of Commerce’s International US Pavilion, organized by Kallman Worldwide Inc., which can be your direct link to the show. Working in coordination with the U.S. Commercial Service and the American Embassies around the world, the U.S. Pavilion will once again be the focus of many visiting delegations and civil and military aviation decision makers.
While booths in the pavilion are sold out, Kallman Worldwide Inc., is available to explore alternative options for your participation such as a Product Literature Center exhibit or Kallman Worldwide’s Executive Club visitor program.
KALLMAN WORLDWIDE, INC.
4 North Street, Suite 800
Waldwick, New Jersey 07463-1842 USA
Telephone: (201) 251-2600
Fax: (201) 251-2760
Contact Name: Mike Petrassi, Paris Air Show Sales Manager Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Who’s exhibiting at the Paris Air Show? Follow this link to see:
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE PROGRAMS
The U.S. Commercial Service is the export promotion arm of the U.S. Government. Our office in France will be present at the show, located in the Official U.S. International Pavilion in Hall 3, stand E-97 and supporting all U.S. exhibitors at the Paris Air Show.
The U.S. Commercial Service will offers free programs to American exhibitors, aimed at promoting U.S. products and services overseas.
INDUSTRY FOCUSED PROGRAM (IFP): This service is FREE OF CHARGE!
The US Commercial Service will feature your company on our global Industry Focused Promotion (IFP) trade lead website. U.S. Commercial Service Aerospace Specialists at posts around the world will promote the IFP site to potential buyers and partners in their markets. Some of these leads may result in scheduled meetings with you at the show. The promotion will include mailings, e-marketing, and email/fax campaigns. Once a trade lead has been generated for your company on the IFP site, you will automatically be notified and receive contact information. Foreign leads are pre-approved by the Embassy project manager, meaning no spam! Registration required, please see link below.
SHOWTIME BUSINESS COUNSELING SERVICE: This service is FREE OF CHARGE!
Industry specialists from U.S. Department of Commerce posts across Europe and Asia will be available to meet with you in your booth for one-on-one appointments from June 18-20 to answer your questions and provide both general and market specific business counseling. If you are already exporting, we’re also available to work with you to find new partners and increase your market share. Each market briefing is approximately 20 to 30 min. in length.
WEBINAR: Export controls/Licensing for the Aerospace Exporter - Meet your BIS licensing officers: Brought to you free of charge courtesy of Kallman Worldwide, Inc, the U.S. Commercial Service Global Aerospace Team, in cooperation with USDoC’s Bureau of Industry and Security, will present a webinar covering an update of export control reform and how it affects aerospace exporters.
When: Tuesday, May 21, 2013 at 2:00PM EST
To Register: https://emenuapps.ita.doc.gov/ePublic/event/editWebReg.do?SmartCode=3Q7R
OTHER PROGRAMS TO KNOW ABOUT:
Paris Air Show U.S. Industry Reception, Monday, June 17
This is the premier networking event of the Paris Air Show and is sponsored by the Aerospace Industries Association (AIA) and its partners. It will be held at the residence of U.S. Ambassador to France, Charles Rivkin. Register here: http://www.cvent.com/d/6cqvsl
Business to Business Matchmaking – Special negotiated rate for US firms only!
For the fourth consecutive edition the PAS organizers have mandated BCI Aerospace for the management of a matchmaking program between exhibitors (direct and indirect), procurement from exhibiting OEMs and professional visitors.
It’s easy, efficient, helps save time: a plus to your attendance!
The U.S. Commercial Service has negotiated a special rate of only €200 for exhibitors within the official US Pavilion at the show (run by Kallman Worldwide, Inc). All other U.S. companies exhibiting outside of the Pavilion may also participate for €350 for the program.
This service aims to complement your own activity at the show. All participants in the B2B program must enter their detailed profiles into an online catalogue (capabilities, requirements and applications). Access to the detailed catalogue is strictly reserved for the exhibitors who sign up for the B2B program. 500 companies attended in 2011.
Meetings will be held on June 18, 19 and 20 at your own booth or in the B to B meeting area in Concorde Hall. Many procurement, technical, R&D, methods, and industrialization managers will be taking part in these meetings as they can save time in spotting interesting exhibitors. Three weeks prior to the event you’ll access this detailed database to identify and request meetings with the contacts of your choice. Other participants could also request meetings with you. BCI Aerospace will then take care of setting up a schedule based on accepted requests and your availability.
It’s easy and cost effective. The first step is to sign up by filling out the registration form:
Bear in mind this service will be a PLUS and should not conflict with your own schedule. Feel free to contact Alain NGOIE with BCI Aerospace: email@example.com or Cara.Boulesteix@trade.gov at the US Department of Commerce office in Paris.
CHECK BACK WITH US SOON!
Feel free to contact Cara Boulesteix at the U.S. Department of Commerce office in Paris, France:
Cara.Boulesteix@trade.gov or telephone (33-1) 43 12 70 79.
Links to web sites outside the U.S. Government or the use of trade, firm, or corporation names within U.S. Commercial Service web sites are for the convenience of the user. Such links and use do not constitute an express or implied official endorsement or approval by the United States Department of Commerce of any private sector web site, or of the products or services of specifically identified companies or of any of the private entities that may have contributed to a U.S. Commercial Service web site.