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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
– Greg Wong, Senior Commercial Officer
– Scott Shaw, Senior Commercial Officer
Hong Kong
– Jim Cunningham, Senior Commercial Officer
– Patrick Santillo, Senior Commercial Officer
– Rosemary Gallant, Senior Commercial Officer
– Andrew Wylegala, Senior Commercial Officer
– Catherine Spillman, Senior Commercial Officer
– Brian Brisson, Senior Commercial Officer
– Manoj Desai, Senior Commercial Officer
New Zealand
- Douglas Wallace, Senior Commercial Officer
– Diane Jones, Senior Commercial Officer
– Margaret Hanson-Muse, Senior Commercial Officer
South Korea
– David Gossack, Senior Commercial Officer
– Ireas Cook, Senior Commercial Officer
– Greg Wong, Senior Commercial Officer
– 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

For questions, contact Erica Ramirez or Grace Perez:

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

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

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Expiration Date: 1/1/20

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Company Profile  
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Joint Venture

*Please describe your product or service:

*Who are the buyers or end users for your product/service?

*Please select your industry:

*Is your product/service at least 51% U.S. content?
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Have you attended APBO?  
Yes    No
Have you participated in the one-on-one meeting program at APBO?
Yes    No  


Appointment Request / Country Selection
Please select in the order of importance the Senior Commercial Officer(s) you would like to meet with.  Each appointment with a Senior Commercial Officer will last 20 minutes.






You may also meet with partner agencies who will be at APBO.  Please check off the agency representatives you would like to one on one.

Advocacy Center
Export-Import Bank
U.S. Trade and Development Agency

Please let us know when you are NOT available for meetings during APBO.

If there are additional countries you would like to meet with, please list them below.
There will be additional opportunities to meet with the Senior Commercial Officers at the country outlooks, country workshops, during the lunches, and the reception.

I am currently planning to travel to the following market(s) within the next 6-9 months and am trying to ascertain follow-up assistance possible. (Specify country/ies)

Please provide a brief statement on your company's sales activity in each of the markets you selected above.

Please specify the question/topic you would like to discuss at each of the country meetings you selected above.

The U.S. Commercial Service has offices at U.S. Embassies in 82 countries (although not all 82 countries will be represented at APBO).  Let us know how we can help you sell to other markets.
Please list the countries and type of assistance you need.  We will follow-up with you to identify how we may support your business objectives.



Your Local U.S. Department of Commerce Office
Have you been in contact with a U.S. Department of Commerce Trade Specialist or are you currently working with one of our offices / U.S. Export Assistance Centers here in the U.S.?*
Yes    No  

If yes, who is your contact and in which office are they located?

In the past 24 months, have you or your company utilized any market research reports or trade promotion programs, or received counseling from the U.S. Dept of Commerce or one of its U.S. Export Assistance Centers?*
Yes    No  

If yes, has the program of information provided assisted you in completing any export expansion?
Yes    No  

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