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The Design & Construction Team of the U.S. Commercial Service is dedicated to enhancing the global competitiveness of the U.S. design and construction industries, expanding market access, and increasing exports. The Design & Construction Team uses our presence in 200 global cities to help you foster new business relationships and expand the world-wide presence of U.S. firms.

Our team members are experts in international business development and your best resource for business growth and job creation. Some of our core services include:

Market Intelligence
Market Data and Statistics
Top Market Series

Design Resource Guide

Business Matchmaking
Identify and Evaluate potential partners
Trade Events

Trade Counseling
Market Entry Strategies, Regulations, and Customs information
Local Trade Specialists

Market Access and Fair Trade
Trade Barrier Issues


 

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Discover Global Markets Conference: Design + Construct – April 30-May 2, 2018; Kansas City, MO

The U.S. Department of Commerce’s Flagship Event Series for Small Business Exporters

Discover Global Markets: Design + Construct focuses on helping small
businesses grow their exports. In just over two days, you will learn about
emerging trends through industry-specific panels, gain feedback from
OEMs about breaking into their global supply chain, meet one-on-one with
U.S. government trade experts stationed in overseas markets, and
network with other exporters and export service providers.

One-on-One Export Counseling

Determine your potential in new markets and find the right international
partners by meeting with U.S. government trade experts coming from 17
overseas markets. Markets to include: Brazil, Caribbean, Mexico,
Nicaragua, Peru, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, Qatar,
Saudi Arabia, China, India, Indonesia, Philippines, and Vietnam.

Built for the design and construction sectors

Topics will include:

  • Discuss procurement needs directly with project owners & developers
  • Learn nuanced international licensure and registration requirements
  • Receive guidance on trade barriers and market access issues
  • Leverage new U.S. government international contacts to support your
    international sales growth
  • Gain insight on geopolitical and economic issues across the AEC industries
  • Network with leading private sector experts and like-minded U.S. businesses active in overseas markets

Agenda & Registration:
www.export.gov/DiscoverGlobalMarkets

Event Dates:
April 30–May 2, 2018

Location: Kansas City, MO

Cost:

$350 before Feb. 2

$395 after Feb. 2

(funding for small businesses may be available through your state)

Contact:
Ms. Nya Igambi
nyamusi.igambi@trade.gov

   

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Detailed Event Information For India Cold Chain 2012 Detailed Event Information For India Cold Chain 2012
India Cold Chain 2012 -- Air Conditioning/Refrigeration Eq., Building Products, Electrical Power Systems, Hotel/Restaurant Eq., Pumps/Valves/Compressors
Location/Date: New Delhi, India 12/04/2012 - 12/05/2012
Event Summary:
The India Cold Chain Expo - ICE, offers a global opportunity to present product and service information to the largest concentration of public refrigerated warehouses, refrigerated logistics, refrigerated construction and refrigerated transportation. The expo will be the singular interactive forum* offering a unique opportunity to participants to avail the benefits from the strength of the programs and quality of facilities offered. Indian Agriculture is witnessing a shift towards its sub-sectors of horticulture, meat & poultry, dairy and their products, which all are perishables. Horticulture alone, in the last decade, has become the second largest producer of fruits and vegetables in the world, next only to China. India currently produces about 190 Million tones of fruits and vegetables. Diversification and value addition are the key words in the Indian agriculture today. These changes along with the emerging food retail sector, especially with the opening up of Foreign Direct Investment, have brought in a lot of opportunities in the domestic sector. Market liberalization and increasing shift in consumer demand have also offered attractive opportunities for agricultural exporters from developing countries.

Contacts:
Kevin Haley, Trade Event Programs
Senior International Trade Specialist
Phone: 202-482-6434
Kevin.Haley@trade.gov
Renie Subin, New Delhi
Commercial Specialist
Phone: +91 11 2347-2155
Renie.Subin@trade.gov
Richard Craig, OIO-DAS
Senior Advisor
Phone: +1 202 482 3418
Richard.Craig@trade.gov
Atul Khanna, India Cold Chain Alliance

Phone: 011-9111-4659-0340
akhanna@gcca.org
Richard Tracy, Global Cold Chain Alliance

Phone: 703-373-4300
RTracy@gcca.org
Shibu Mathews, New Delhi
Commerce Specialist
Phone: +91 11 2347 2131
Shibu.Mathews@trade.gov

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