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Trade Shows in the U.S.
 

The International Buyer Program (IBP) is a joint government-industry effort designed to increase U.S. export sales by promoting international attendance at major U.S. industry exhibitions. Through the IBP, the Department of Commerce recognizes leading U.S. trade shows in industries with high export potential. Events are selected annually through a collegial selection process that results in a worldwide commitment by Commercial Service to support events selected for participation. IBP events provide a venue for U.S. firms to market their products and services to increased numbers of international buyers visiting IBP shows.

Commercial Service overseas posts and State Department partner posts assist in promoting IBP events overseas to contacts in the local business and government community. If you are interested in visiting an IBP trade show, please contact the Embassy. Embassy sponsored delegations often benefit from extras such as pre-arranged site visits, matchmaking and assistance with logistics.

Trade Show POWER-GEN

POWER Gen 2014 is the electric power generation industry’s largest event in the world, attracting more than 20,000 attendees and 1,200 exhibitors from over 92 countries. Focused on providing the latest updates and information on key generation issues, PGI features a multi-track conference program plus curriculum of pre-conference courses.   See Power Gen web site for information and updates: http://www.power-gen.com

POWER GEN 2014 will also be held in conjunction with Nuclear Power International 2014 (NPI 2014),  Renewable Energy World North America 2014 (REWNA 2014), POWER-GEN Financial Forum (PGFF) and GenForum 2014.

POWER GEN 2014 will be happening at Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, Florida, on December 9 through 11, 2014.

U.S. Embassy Ljubljana will form an official delegation giving members benefits for international participants. Contact Matjaž Kavčič, Svetovalec za gospodarstvo; tel. 01 / 200 5644; email: kavcicm@state.gov