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October 29 – 31: 5th North American Strategic Infrastructure Leadership Forum

Posted by Steve Anderson on Tuesday, August 27th, 2013

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From October 29th through 31st, CG/LA Infrastructure will be hosting the 5th North American Strategic Leadership Forum at the Mayflower Renaissance Hotel in Washington, DC.

From CG/LA Infrastructure:

The North American Forum is a dynamic 2.5 day event, focused on infrastructure development in the US, Canada and Mexico, focused on facilitating business and promoting projects across the region. We bring you project, and host project presenters;  we bring you solutions, from around the region, and around the world;  and we bring you a view of the future.

Key features of the Leadership Forum include: 

  • Rapid Project Presentations: Developers make targeted presentations focused on their needs and business opportunities. 
  • Pre-Scheduled Private Meetings: Our private meetings system allows registrants to pre-schedule up to 12 meetings with project sponsors and Forum speakers
  • Deep-dive workshops and roundtable discussions are led by Forum sponsors and public sector officials, focused on key policy issues and business opportunities
  • Networking receptions & Special Breakfasts, provide an informal opportunity to meet with potential business partners.

See the Forum program and the Forum website to register or for more information.

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