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How to Win Projects iwth the WB & IDB Detailed Event Information For How to Win Projects iwth the WB & IDB
How to Win Projects iwth the WB & IDB -- Agricultural Machinery & Eq., Agricultural Services, Education/Training Services, Electrical Power Systems, Environmental Technologies, Health Care Services, Medical Eq., Renewable Energy Eq., Transportation Serv. (other than Aviation), Water Resources Eq./Services
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Location/Date: Washington, DC, United States 04/05/2017 - 04/05/2017
Event Summary:
Join the Baltimore and Northern Virginia & Washington, DC U.S. Commercial Service offices for an informational workshop for U.S. exporters. Designed for U.S. consultants, manufacturers, suppliers, and project developers, this event will uncover business opportunities and share insight on how to successfully bid on projects funded by both the World Bank (WB) and the Inter-American Development Bank (IADB).

The speakers are U.S. Commercial Service Diplomats assigned to the WB and the IADB. These officials can assist with finding opportunities, guiding you through the procurement process, providing tips on registering as a consultant, and sharing strategies on how to deal with unexpected challenges encountered when bidding on projects.


Contacts:
Sandra Collazo, Northern VA
Senior International Trade Specialist
Phone: 703-235-0101
Sandra.Collazo@trade.gov
Carla Menendez, Baltimore
Commercial Officer
Phone: 443-743-9970
Carla.Menendez@trade.gov

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