Learning opportunities in Las Vegas

02 May 2008

A full set of specialist seminars will be held throughout the period of the show, covering a wide range of topics from personnel management issues through to forthcoming legislation on diesel emissions. Full details of the seminar programme are available on the ConExpo-Con/Agg 2005 website (go to www.conexpoconagg.com and look under events & education for a full schedule)

A new event at this year's ConExpo-Con/Agg will be the International Forum, where international government officials involved in the construction industry and large contractors will present a number of market updates on Brazil, China, Mexico, Russia and the USA.

The aim is to present news and information to those looking to participate in international construction projects. Topics that will be discussed include short-term and long-term construction projects, contractors' needs, market trends, trade barriers and local business culture. These sessions will be free-of-charge to interested attendees and exhibitors

An International Networking Reception, providing an opportunity to meet old and new business contacts in an informal setting, will follow each update. Market updates will be held on the second level of North Hall in room N259, close to the International Trade Center.

Finally, visitors to the show can use an interactive map of the area to preplan their time in Las Vegas that contains information on hotels, dining, shows and attractions, as well as information on the local Las Vegas nightlife. Also included is a list of the Las Vegas monorail Use the link www.maps.mapnetwork.com/lasvegas/conexpoconagg/index.asp to this service. You can also access the via the ConExpo-Con/Agg 2005 website, www.conexpoconagg.com

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