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|U.S. Industry Program at the IAEA General Conference 2013 -- Architectural/Constr./Engineering SVC, Electrical Power Systems, General Industrial Eq./Supplies, Oil/Gas/Mineral Prod/Explor Serv., Pumps/Valves/Compressors, Security/Safety Eq.|
|Pre-Register for this event|
The U.S. Industry Program at the IAEA General Conference is the only event of its kind, taking place for the sixth time in 2013. The General Conference attracts senior national energy officials from around the world, including all countries considering expansion of existing nuclear energy infrastructure, as well as countries considering new projects. This special initiative presents an excellent opportunity for U.S. firms to gain visibility and access to key decision makers and IAEA personnel. The participation fee includes:
- a pre-conference welcome briefing,
- a U.S. technology and services exhibit booth,
- an industry networking reception,
- a U.S. policymaker roundtable,
- assistance in gaining access to IAEA staff and country energy decision makers
- assistance in gaining access to IAEA side events
- a lightly catered "America Lounge" for participants and their guests
- sponsorship opportunities for interested U.S. companies.
|Marta Haustein, Vienna|
Phone: 43-1-313 39 2205