Forum on Emerging Markets for OPV's

Press Release
Wednesday, July 04, 2012

Defence IQ's upcoming Amsterdam Offshore Patrol Vessels (OPV) conference includes forums on emerging markets

Running for the 7th time, the event once again provides a 3-day networking and learning platform for high-level members of global navies, coast guards and industry.

The summit comes at a critical time of evaluation for the maritime community.  With a majority of naval defence budgets shrinking, the current challenge for naval professionals is to not only assess potential opportunities within emerging markets, but to also understand how to work in alignment with regional ship builders in order to meet specific offset requirements.  

To address this concern, this year's OPV event features its most international speaker faculty to-date, representing 20+ countries, to discuss and examine emerging markets such as Latin America, the Middle East and Africa.

 Brand new highlights include the anticipated "How to Successfully Enter Emerging Markets, Discover New Areas for Investment and Find Partners for Joint Ventures" round table session, which is set to feature senior representatives from South Korea, India, and Colombia amongst others, and offers participants an interactive opportunity to match their capabilities to future requirements and to find out possibilities for joint ventures.

Offshore Patrol Vessels conference will be held from 25-27 September 2012 in Amsterdam,

 

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