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Webinar: Building and maintaining partnerships in China

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This webinar has been cancelled.

In this webinar experts will discuss how to execute a successful strategy in China by building and maintaing partnerships.

  • Learn from the on-the-ground, expert perspectives and prepare to enter China’s market.
  • Learn about China's market for energy efficiency products and services.
  • Gain insights on successful business development strategies for American firms.
  • Get practical information and on-the-ground perspectives of key experts from industry and government.

Details: June 4, 5 pm PST USA (June 5, 8 am China)

Why focus on energy efficiency in China?
China’s 12th Five Year Plan calls for a 16% reduction in the carbon intensity of the economy (energy consumption/unit GDP). Moreover, for the first time, government officials are being evaluated on the achievement of this metric. Consequently, opportunities abound for U.S. firms to leverage their expertise to generate “negawatts” in China.

Who should participate?
This session is geared toward any company that has proven technology and/or expertise in the energy efficiency sector, including equipment, software and service providers.

Cost is $45

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Nora Knox

Marketing & Communications Specialist U.S. Green Building Council

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