|U.S. Business Opportunities in Senegal and South Africa --|
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In this webinar, you will learn how to do business in Senegal and South Africa, using various trade promotion services from the U.S. Commercial Service including their upcoming trade mission. You will be able to focus on best prospects in these markets, the countries' growing and diverse economies, pro business environments, and major infrastructure needs.
The U.S. and Foreign Commercial Service are organizing a trade mission to Dakar, Senegal and Johannesburg, South Africa. The mission will be from March 7-12, 2010. This mission will be comprised of U.S. firms from a cross section of industries with market potential, including, but not limited to, products, services, and technologies in the following sectors: electric power systems, automotive spare parts, construction, mining equipment and agribusiness.
The goal of the mission is to help U.S. companies launch or increase their export business in the Senegalese and South African markets. Participating firms will gain market information, make business and government contacts, solidify exporting strategies, and advance specific projects, towards the outcome of increasing U.S. exports. The mission will include business-to-business matchmaking appointments with local companies, networking events, and meetings and briefings with government and industry officials.
U.S. Business Opportunities in Senegal and South Africa
Wednesday, December 16, 2009
9-10 AM ET
There is no fee to view this webinar.
This webinar will be presented by Craig Allen, Senior Commercial Officer, Johannesburg, South Africa; James McCarthy, Deputy Senior Commercial Officer, Johannesburg, South Africa; John Howell, Commercial Officer, Johannesburg, South Africa; Steve Morrison, Dakar, Senegal; Youhanidou Wane Ba, Commercial Specialist, Dakar, Senegal; Tanya Southerland, Project Manager, Senegal Compact, Millennium Challenge Corporation; Timothy Bergstrom, Director, Senior Program Manager, SAIBL program, Corporate Council on Africa.
A question and answer session will follow after the presentation.
For more information, please contact Linda Abbruzzese at Linda.Abbruzzese@mail.doc.gov
|Linda Abbruzzese, TPP|
International Trade Specialist