Exhibition, U.S. Maritime Technology Export Initiative (Mar. 13-15)

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Applications to join the 2018 activities of the U.S. Maritime Technology Export Initiative are now available and will be reviewed and/or accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.

2018 Export Initiative activities include the opportunity for your company to exhibit in the TMA U.S. BlueTech Pavilion (M400 and M500) at the world’s leading marine science and ocean technology exhibition and conference – Oceanology International – in London 13-15 March, 2018 and join an optional follow-on BlueTech Trade Mission the week following Oceanology, likely to France and Portugal, and either Spain or Italy.  

Selected companies will benefit from significantly reduced rates for the cost of exhibiting thanks to funding support from the International Trade Administration, part of the U.S. Department of Commerce.

Cost to participate – $ 4,500 USD, and each additional person charged extra.

Benefits include ($ 9,500+ USD value):

  • Dedicated space in the U.S. BlueTech Pavilion (inclusive of raw space, build-out, electrical, graphic design and printing, and exhibitor listing)
  • 5 nights accommodation at the Ibis Styles Hotel (Adjacent to the Excel Centre)
  • Hosted dinners and exclusive networking receptions
  • Access to our exclusive B2B networking lounge
  • Complimentary 1-year membership with The Maritime Alliance (if not already a member)

Selected companies will each have a discounted fractional space of the TMA U.S. BlueTech pavilion in a prime location on the trade show floor (M400 & M500) with exclusive access to the TMA networking lounge.  In addition, companies will benefit from coordinated B2B meetings, possible live demonstration opportunities, presentations and other opportunities for increased exposure.

For more information, click here: https://bluetechexports.org/oceanology-international-2018/?utm_source=Applications+Now+Available+for+Oi+2018+%26+TMA+updates&utm_campaign=Applications+available+for+OI+2018+%26+events+-+27+June+2017&utm_medium=email

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