Centrallia 2012 will be the largest and most important business event in Manitoba this year. It is widely supported by both the national and provincial governments, all major industry associations, and the business community at large.
This event will not only bring together business leaders from around the world, but it will involve abroad cross-section of the Manitoba business community as well, including many of its most notable companies (e.g. Standard Aero, CN, MB Hydro, PCL Construction, Bristol / Magellan Aerospace, Monarch Industries, MacDon, Westeel, Ag Growth International, etc.).
The second edition of this world-class event is being hosted in Winnipeg October 10-12, 2012. Described by some as “speed dating” for business, participants are matched for one-on-one meetings during a 2½ day forum on international trade, investment and business development. Over 600 companies from around the world, represented by high-level business decision-makers, are expected to participate.
Dozens of qualified Delegation Leaders are proactively recruiting businesses in over 50 economic regions of the world. Click here to find out where. Early registration will provide you with increased visibility to these Delegation Leaders, increasing opportunities for match making opportunities based on your objectives.
The format is simple: each company receives up to fourteen 30-minute meetings with partners of choice. The full program includes one-on-one meetings, a trade show, industry tours, seminars, meals and networking events, as well as a keynote address by international best-selling author Malcolm Gladwell.
The cost is only $1,100 per person, per company. A limited number of Exhibitor packages are also still available.
Companies are coming from: all across Canada and the USA, Mexico, South America (Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador), Europe (Belgium, Germany, France, Iceland, the Netherlands, Italy, the UK, Turkey), Asia (China, India, Nepal, Mongolia), Africa (Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Cameroon, Mali, Senegal, Burundi) and the Middle East (Dubai).
For complete details visit www.centrallia.com