New Fields to Assist Companies in Networking for Iraq Opportunities
Washington, DC -- June 08, 2005 -- A key component of the 4th Rebuilding Iraq Conference on July 20-21 will be the opportunities available for attendees to build partnerships with Iraqi entrepreneurs. Leading Iraqi entrepreneurs plan to attend the conference, to be held in Washington DC, in order to find partners in the development of their country. New Fields, the organizer of the conference, brought together hundreds of American and Iraqi business leaders for the previous Rebuilding Iraq conferences in 2003 and 2004.
“One of the points that experts at our previous Rebuilding Iraq events repeatedly stressed to our attendees was the need for them to find partners who are already on the ground in Iraq,” said Samir Farajallah, President and CEO of New Fields. “The 4th Rebuilding Iraq Conference will be a unique forum in which U.S. companies planning to explore business opportunities in the new Iraq will have a chance to meet, network, and form partnerships with their Iraqi counterparts.”
Topics at the 4th Rebuilding Iraq Conference will include security, contracting and subcontracting opportunities, working with the Iraqi government and the Iraqi business community, industry-specific breakout sessions, and much more.
The conference is the latest installment in a series of events that brought together Iraqi government ministers, U.S. government decision-makers, prime contractors, Iraqi entrepreneurs, and hundreds of American business leaders together in 2003 and 2004 to network and devise solutions for the reconstruction and modernization of Iraq.
New Fields is a leading consultant on emerging markets in the Middle East and North Africa. Recent New Fields events include the NEFEXPO trade fair in Libya, the New Fields U.S. Trade Delegation to Libya, the Algeria Electricity Expo, and the Algeria Fire, Police, and Emergency Response Expo.
For more information on the exhibition, please contact our Washington, DC office at 202.496.4976 or visit http://www.new-fields.com/iraq4.