The first event series focused specifically on providing market entry and access to potential business partners is coming to Iraq. Following the success of the Iraq Oil & Gas Summit, New-fields is pleased to announce the USOGD and Catalogue Expo will be held in Baghdad, Iraq on April 23-28, 2011.
This unique, hands-on delegation and expo is designed for U.S. oil and gas equipment and services exporters to provide a cost-effective way to promote their products & technologies, to generate new business opportunities from Senior Iraqi Officials from Iraqi Air, Sea and Land as well as the Internal Security Forces Officials and to present catalogues to a highly targeted audience of Iraq’s leading buyers and distributors.
High ranking officers and government officials are among the noted speakers on this conference and are expected to participate in a one-on-one meeting with delegates to capture participant’s attention, inspire a positive emotional climate & catalyze collaboration and build human networks and relationships that allow for a tangible and more personal business experience.
In addition, delegation and expo attendees will effectively market themselves and their businesses and structure their business for success. Ample opportunities will be made available for networking with speakers and with fellow participants and, as always, the delegation and expo will provide clear information that will be used right away.
Interested US oil and gas equipment and services exporters are encouraged to register now and gain entrance to every session offered at the USOGD and Catalogue Expo, plus be privy to numerous networking opportunities, a networking breakfast, lunch, evening functions, assistance with knowledgeable new-fields staff, and more, for one low price.
One-on-One Meetings Scheduled one-on-one meetings with Iraqi government officials/ministers and panel presentations will provide you insights and analysis of the current challenges facing U.S. oil and gas issues and challenges.
Scheduled meetings are on first-come, first-served basis.