Venue: Cologne, Germany
Date: June 3-5, 2014
POWER-GEN Europe (http://www.powergeneurope.com) is this region’s largest and most important conference and trade show in the power generation sector, with more than 500 exhibitors, 13,000 attendees, 250 speakers and 1,000 delegates all converging on Cologne next week (June 3-5, 2014).
The U.S. Commercial Service at the U.S. Embassy in Dublin invites you to take advantage of an excellent opportunity to interact with the 70+ American companies exhibiting at POWER-GEN Europe 2014.
Eight (8) U.S. exhibitors (http://export.gov/Austria/tradeevents/pge2014/u.s.tech.programregistration/eg_at_072866.asp) have provided the U.S. Commercial Service with details on their products/services and informed us about their interest in locating new customers and/or partners across Europe.
The U.S. Commercial Service can connect you with these companies - for free. Simply complete the online registration on this weblink (http://export.gov/Austria/tradeevents/pge2014/u.s.tech.programregistration/eg_at_072866.asp) and submit your registration to initiate the process.
If you are attending POWER-GEN Europe 2014, we encourage you to stop by the U.S. Technology Pavilion [Hall 6, Stand K38] where you can meet U.S. Commercial Service Europe colleagues who can assist you make contacts with relevant U.S. exhibitors. They look forward to meeting you and helping make the most of your visit to the show.
Qualified* Irish companies and organizations who plan to attend this show, and are interested in U.S. technology, can participate in a special program that includes:
Registration is free, but participation is limited. I encourage you to sign up now in order to ensure your space. For more information, and to register, please follow this link: http://export.gov/Austria/tradeevents/pge2014/u.s.tech.programregistration/eg_at_072866.asp
Please contact Padraig O’Connor at email: padraig.o’firstname.lastname@example.org, tel: +353-1-237-5848 with any queries.
*In order to qualify for this offer, you must be interested in learning about U.S. technologies and services with the aim of possibly purchasing, distributing, or licensing them for your organization. Unfortunately, we are unable to arrange meetings to discuss possible employment or sales to the United States.