SelectUSA Investment Summit


The U.S. Department of Commerce’s International Trade Administration will hold its first ever Select USA Investment Summit  at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel in Washington, D.C., on October 31-November 1, 2013,  to gain insights on how to start or expand operations in the United States. The Summit will bring together international and domestic investors; national, regional, state and local economic development organizations (EDOs); senior Obama Administration officials; business leaders; and industry and technical experts, providing them with a unique opportunity to discover all the reasons why the U.S. is the ideal destination for companies that are weighing options for locating or expanding  their operations. During the two-day event, participants also will be able to explore potential investment opportunities in this country, as well as share best practices and build networks.

ü  Dates: October 31 – November 1, 2013

ü  Location: Marriott Wardman Park Hotel in Washington, DC

ü  Registration

ü  Price: $395 to register; additional costs to exhibit or sponsor

ü  Purpose: To connect investors – both foreign and domestic – with U.S. economic development organizations (EDOs) at the state, regional, and local levels to help promote and facilitate business investment in the United States

ü  Expected participants: 800-1000 participants, including U.S. EDO professionals, foreign and domestic investors, senior White House and Administration officials, representatives from U.S. state and local governments, industry and technical specialists, and service providers

Each day will include two plenary sessions.  Breakout sessions will be divided into four thematic tracks:

  1. Doing Business in the United States (including panels on reshoring, the energy revolution, and free trade agreements)
  2. Industry Clusters in the United States (including overviews of technology and services, advanced manufacturing, and energy-intensive industries)
  3. Tools for Investment Success (including panels on developing the supply chain, public-private partnerships in infrastructure, and capital availability)
  4. Demystifying U.S. Regulations (including panels on environmental regulations, the U.S. investment climate, and visa issues)
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