February 27th – March 1st: 6th Global Infrastructure Leadership Forum

Posted by Steve Anderson on Thursday, February 21st, 2013

From CG/LA Infrastructure:

Taking place in New York City, 6th Global Infrastructure Leadership Forum is a dynamic, project focused, infrastructure marketplace, bringing together 500+ leading public and private sector (finance, engineering, construction, legal, technology, etc.) senior level decision makers from throughout the world, key policymakers, and public and private financial institutions for 2.5 days, February 27 – March 1, of:        

  • Rapid project presentations (over 50 projects in attendance, all with specific financing, procurement, or engineering opportunities in the next 3-18 months)
  • 12 pre-scheduled private meetings – The Strategic 100 List serves is the backbone in terms of invitations for the forum
  • 10 In-depth workshops, covering key trends and issues
  • Trend keynotes from infrastructure industry leaders, focused on short-term project opportunities, long-term competitiveness, and opportunity creation

See the Global Forum Program and the Forum Webpage for more information.  

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