in partnership with the the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada (DFAIT)
have collaborated to organize three exclusive Canadian Pavilions at world-class expositions in China. With the strong potential for extremely high returns on participating in these events; few spots remain.
CATA-China Pavilions (click event headers to learn more)
P&T Wireless & Networks Comm China
This has been the sole, national-level Information and Communications Technology (ICT) international exhibition held in China for the past 20 years.
Date: Sept. 16-20, 2009
Status: SOLD OUT
China International Optoelectronics Exposition
This is recognized as the largest optoelectronics exhibition on the planet. Canadian Trade Commissioners from Greater China posts will facilitate introductions with foreign contacts, share market intelligence, and provide guidance on doing business in China.
Date: Sept 6 – 9, 2009
Status: ASK ABOUT LAST MINUTE DISCOUNTS!
China Public Security Expo 2009
This is the largest and most influential security exhibition in China. Benefit from outstanding exposure to your company's capabilities and the unique opportunity to develop new business partnerships in the dynamic China market.
Date: Nov. 1 – 4, 2009
Status: FEW SPOTS REMAIN!
All CATA-China Pavilions packages offer:
- CATA event management and coordination
- Coordination of one-on-one meetings/matchmaking
- One networking reception with top China delegates
- Exclusive branding opportunities
- Translational assistance
- Partnership development opportunities
- Available subsidies
To learn more about these opportunities, please click on the Event headers above or contact CATA’s VP Research, Kevin Wennekes at email@example.com.
Learn about CATA-China Business Portal Success Stories and how you can take advantage of the unique opportunities and subsidies available!
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