(Formerly the Office of the Chief Scientist and MATIMOP)

The SelectUSA Investment Summit

October 31 - November 1, 2013
Washington D.C


The SelectUSA Investment Summit


The U.S. Department of Commerce’s International Trade Administration announced details of the first-ever SelectUSA Investment Summit. Event details are as follows:


Location: Marriott Wardman Park Hotel, Washington, D.C

Date: October 31-November 1, 2013

Website: www.selectusasummit.com


Who will attend

Participants and attendees at the two-day event will include:

        International and domestic investors

        U.S. economic development organizations (EDOs)

        Senior White House officials

        State and local government representatives

·         Business leaders

        Industry and technical specialists

        Service providers

        Subject-matter experts


Why you should attend

Connect with both foreign and domestic investors, senior Administration officials, and state and local officials. Learn how to more effectively identify, target, and execute your investment attraction strategy.


Summit benefits

Attendees will have access to:

• Unique networking opportunities and one-on-one meetings

• Moderated panels on the latest investment trends and sector analysis

• Break-out sessions about investment opportunities and programs

• Information about investment-related resources in the United States

• Exhibits from U.S. state and local (including regions and cities) EDOs


To learn more contact:

Sigal Mendelovich, Commercial Specialist

Email: sigal.mendelovich@trade.gov
Phone: 03-519-7491, Cell: 054-687-1733


What is SelectUSA
SelectUSA, located within the International Trade Administration of the U.S Department of Commerce, leads the federal government efforts to promote the United Sates as the premier global investment destination, and facilitates investment in the United States. SelectUSA provides information assistance to the global investment community, serves as an ombudsman for investors, and advocates for U.S. cities, states, and regions competing for global investment.