Showcase Your Civil Nuclear Technologies & Services to an International Audience

For the twelfth consecutive year, the U.S. Industry Program at the International Atomic Energy Agency’s (IAEA) annual General Conference in Vienna, Austria, will open the door for qualified U.S. companies to meet and engage with energy policymakers from around the world, gain first-hand information from U.S. government officials about progress on regulatory, technology and standards issues that are essential to your international business, and showcase your technology to the hundreds of policymakers, IAEA professional staff, scientists, and experts who attend this event.

Take advantage of this unique opportunity

The IAEA is an international organization with 170 member countries. Their mission is to promote the development of safe, secure, and peaceful nuclear technologies. Every year the agency holds a General Conference, inviting the world’s leading nuclear policymakers and experts to Vienna for a week of meetings, presentations, and networking.

Program highlights

· Briefings from U.S. government officials

· 1-1 meetings with visiting ITA staff from top export markets

· Meetings with foreign government delegations from top target markets

  • Access to selected side events at the IAEA General Conference

· Networking events

Space is limited, apply today at: https://emenuapps.ita.doc.gov/ePublic/TM/9R0V

Date: September 15-18, 2019

Location: Vienna, Austria

Application Deadline: July 19, 2019

Participation Fee: $4,800 for a large company, $3,400 for a small to medium sized company, $1,400 for additional participants from the same company.

Sponsorship opportunities available: Inquire about becoming a marketing partner!

For more information, contact:

Jonathan Chesebro, Washington, DC, Tel. (202) 482-1297, jonathan.chesebro@trade.gov

Devin Horne, Washington, DC, Tel. (202) 482-0775, devin.horne@trade.gov


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