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This conference addresses the link between sustainability and global business opportunities.

In order for U.S. companies to effectively compete in global markets, they require specialized market knowledge and excellent contacts – the fundamental elements of this conference. U.S. commercial diplomats serving in more than 20 markets across the globe will be on hand, together with private sector thought leaders, to share their insights, expertise and knowledge into international market trends that directly impact the bottom line of U.S. companies in many industries.

  • Sales and marketing professionals -- responsible for understanding global market trends
  • Product development specialists -- responsible for adhering to international standards and specific country requirements
  • Operations and logistics professionals – responsible for identifying supply chain and manufacturing efficiencies that increase profitability while minimizing environmental impact
  • C-level execs and strategists -- responsible for positioning their companies to respond quickly to global trends and opportunities
  • Attorneys and consultants -- responsible for international contracts and asset protection
  • Investors and advisors -- who provide expert guidance to clients and must be current on international trends

This conference is for professionals in all industries who seek insights into global market trends, and want to meet experienced and knowledgeable, in-country contacts.

As countries worldwide implement standards and insist on business practices that conserve energy, preserve clean air and water, and use land more efficiently – U.S. companies must be current on these evolving changes in order to remain competitive.

The conference includes, but is not limited to, the following industries:

Energy:

  • Alternative energy technologies including solar, biomass, wind, geothermal, and hydroelectric
  • Smart grid technologies related to utilities management and deployment

Transportation:

  • Electric vehicles and related infrastructure
  • Technologies addressing fuel efficiency and emission reduction
  • Connected mobility technologies
  • Infrastructure technology addressing challenges in traffic congestion
  • Innovations in rail, air, and sea vehicles

Agriculture:

  • Technologies to optimize crop yields
  • Innovations in reducing/reusing agricultural waste, fertilizers and nitrogenized soil

Water:

  • Applications to improve water quality, availability and accessibility, such as desalination and purification systems

Design & Construction:

  • Green building products and services
  • Urban planning
  • Building management technologies

Environmental:

  • Remediation technologies for soil, water and air
  • Equipment and products used to conduct environmental or climate-related research

Services:

  • Educational institutions providing degrees in sustainbility
  • International consultants, researchers who advise on international trends

Manufacturing:

  • Industrial automation, processes and equipment to optimize production
  • Supply chain and logistics products, technologies and services

This conference provides participants an opportunity to sign up for pre-scheduled, individual meetings with U.S. Commercial Diplomats in over 20 markets. These meetings provide an excellent opportunity to gain real-time market intelligence to position your firm to take advantage of emerging global opportunities.


DGM SS RNP February 3 1025

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