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Meet One-on-One with U.S. Commercial Diplomats
Whether for market opportunities, help in overcoming challenges, or general questions, meet with U.S. commercial diplomats from 22 countries:
§ Argentina, Bahama, Barbados, Belize, Brazil
§ Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic
§ Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras
§ Jamaica, Mexico, Nicaragua,
§ Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Trinidad and Tobago
Exploring the Markets of the Americas
§ How are the markets of the Americas performing today?
§ How will the markets be performing in five years?
§ What are today’s and tomorrow’s opportunities?
§ What challenges do these dynamic markets present to U.S. companies?
Panels featuring economists, industry professionals, trade experts, and U.S. commercial diplomats will explore
these questions and others to help you define your competitive strategy for the Americas.
|Green Building -- Architectural/Constr./Engineering SVC, Building Products|
The Fifth International Conference on Intelligent, Green & Energy Efficient Building & New Technologies and Products Expo (IGEBC)will be held in March 2013 in Beijing, PR China.
Organized and supported by the Ministry of Construction, National Development and Reform Commission, the Ministry of Science and Technology, and other international organization including U.S. Department of Energy, the event will focus on improving the energy efficiency of buildings in China and is the best venue to showcase products, services and new technologies in this field.
IGEBC 2012 event drew more than 200 companies and governments from Asian, European countries including The U.S. Department of Energy. US Commercial Service in Beijing organized a very successful US Pavilion last year with exhibitors including Mammonth, Honeywell, AFPA, DOE, etc.
This year's event will feature a U.S. Pavilion again, which provides an excellent platform for U.S. companies to showcase their products and services in this sector. The U.S. Pavilion will offer prospective U.S. exhibitors the following services:
· Fully furnished booth (s) in a customized U.S. Pavilion design;
· Pre-show, region-wide, marketing campaign to buyers;
· Welcome kit and briefing from a U.S. Embassy Commercial Representative(s);
· On-site counseling & networking assistance throughout the show;
· Company web linkage to U.S. Commercial Service's Website (http://www.buyusa.gov/china/)
We welcome and encourage American companies that provide energy efficient products and services to attend this high-level, technical-oriented conference and trade show. The U.S. Commercial Service in Beijing will work to facilitate communication between American exhibitors and the show organizer in making arrangement to exhibit and participate in this important event.
CS China will set-up a U.S. Pavilion using the bilingual CS trade show display in an area designated for U.S. exhibitors at the show, and offer market entry counseling, information dissemination, and logistics liaison with the Chinese organizer and Gold ey Services*.
* Assistance with setting up one-to-one meetings with prospective Chinese buyers is available for a separate fee.
|Shujuan Cao, Beijing|
Phone: (8610) 8531 4463