The US Commerce Department’s Fifth U.S.-Mongolia Business Forum will be held on Wednesday, January 13, 2010, in Orlando , FL , 8:15 AM –1:00 PM, at the Orange County Convention Center . The forum will focus on agriculture and will be held in conjunction with AG CONNECT Expo 2010, a new agriculture trade show organized by the Association of Equipment Manufacturers in Orlando , January 12-15, 2010. Be sure to register by December 16.
This year’s forum will be concentrate on agricultural products, machinery, services and technology, offering an ideal opportunity to learn about the many opportunities in Mongolia ‘s agricultural sector and find prospective business partners. Many Mongolian agricultural companies and officials will attend the forum.
Forum attendees will have full access to the AG CONNECT Expo show and an opportunity to see the latest innovations in agricultural technologies and services. Because this year’s Forum is part of the AG CONNECT show, you must double-register.
First, register for the AG CONNECT Expo at www.agconnect.com. The Expo fee is $20.00 (advance registration), payable to AG CONNECT. Second, register free for the Forum with the US Commerce Department by December 16, by sending an email or fax to Ms. Zhen Gong Cross, Head of Mongolian Affairs, US Department of Commerce, and E-mail: [email protected], Fax: 202-482-1576, giving the registrant(s) name, title, company name, telephone number and direct email address. If you have any questions, contact Ms. Cross at the email address above or by telephone, 202-482-2910
Expected Forum speakers include Mongolian Minister of Food, Agriculture and Light Industry T. Badamjunai; Mongolian Ambassador to the United States Kh. Bekhbat; and Acting Under Secretary of Commerce for International Trade Michelle O’Neill as well as other senior U.S. and Mongolian Government officials; and U.S. and Mongolian business representatives.
The forum is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Commerce in partnership with AG CONNECT Expo 2010 and in conjunction with the Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Light Industry of Mongolia, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Mongolia, and the Mongolian Embassy in Washington , DC.