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ASIA PACIFIC
BUSINESS OUTLOOK

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One-on-One Appointment Pre-Registration

Thank you for your interest in meeting One-on-One with Senior Commercial Officers at the upcoming Asia Pacific Business Outlook Conference.

During the one-on-one consultations, you will have the opportunity to get specific answers to your business issues as well as:

  • Learn about your company's sales potential around the Asia/Pacific region. Now including Burma and Mexico.
  • Assess challenges in the marketplace
  • Hone in on the best market opportunities
  • Find out how the U.S. Commercial Service can help you identify new business partners

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The following Senior Commercial Officers will be available for One-on-One meetings at APBO:

Australia - Douglas Wallace, Senior Commercial Officer
Cambodia
– Greg Wong, Senior Commercial Officer
China
– Scott Shaw, Senior Commercial Officer
Hong Kong
– Jim Cunningham, Senior Commercial Officer (Fully Subscribed)
India
– Patrick Santillo, Senior Commercial Officer
Indonesia
– Rosemary Gallant, Senior Commercial Officer
Japan
– Andrew Wylegala, Senior Commercial Officer
Malaysia
– Catherine Spillman, Senior Commercial Officer
Mexico
– Brian Brisson, Senior Commercial Officer
Myanmar
– Manoj Desai, Senior Commercial Officer
New Zealand
- Douglas Wallace, Senior Commercial Officer
Philippines
– Diane Jones, Senior Commercial Officer
Singapore
– Margaret Hanson-Muse, Senior Commercial Officer
South Korea
– David Gossack, Senior Commercial Officer
Taiwan
– Ireas Cook, Senior Commercial Officer
Thailand
– Greg Wong, Senior Commercial Officer
Vietnam
– Stuart Schaag, Senior Commercial Officer

You also have opportunities to sign up for meetings with:

  • The Advocacy Center coordinates U.S. government interagency advocacy efforts on behalf of U.S. exporters bidding on public-sector contracts with overseas governments and government agencies. The Advocacy Center helps to ensure that sales of U.S. products and services have the best possible chance competing abroad. Advocacy assistance is wide and varied but often involves companies that want the U.S. Government to communicate a message to foreign governments or government-owned corporations on behalf of their commercial interest, typically in a competitive bid contest.
  • Export-Import Bank to learn about EXIM’s variety of financing mechanisms, including working capital guarantees, export-credit insurance and financing to help foreign buyers purchase U.S. goods and services.
    Richard Pearson, Business Development Officer, Asia Pacific
  • U.S. Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) links U.S. businesses to export opportunities by funding project planning activities, pilot projects, and reverse trade missions, etc. that develop sustainable infrastructure and foster economic growth in partner countries.
    David Ross, Country Manager, Southeast Asia, Renewable Energy Worldwide Team Lead

PRE-REGISTRATION FOR ONE ON ONE MEETINGS IS NOW CLOSED.

For questions, contact Erica Ramirez or Grace Perez:

Erica Ramirez
U.S. Commercial Service – Irvine, CA
Tel: 949-660-1688 Ext. 151
Erica.Ramirez@trade.gov

Grace Perez
U.S. Commercial Service – Los Angeles, CA
Grace.Perez@trade.gov

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