EngEx 2010 Confirms Exclusive Educational Session with U.S. International Trade Administration Regarding Contracting and Consulting Opportunities

San Diego, CA, February 20, 2010 --(PR.com)-- Select Attendees Also Get an Exclusive One-on-One Session with a Specialist in World Bank-funded Contracts

The U.S. International Trade Administration is coming to EngEx 2010 to bring an educational seminar - and an exclusive one-on-one meeting opportunity for select attendees - to what is poised to become the nation’s top conference for the energy, water, transportation and environmental industries this year.

“EngEx 2010 is excited to collaborate with the International Trade Administration (ITA) to export engineering services to developing countries all over the world,” said Kausain Shaikh, Founder of EngEx 2010. “The plan is to help revive both foreign and domestic economies with the latest state-of-the art technologies.”

David W. Fulton, the director of ITA’s liaison office at the World Bank is now confirmed to lead an educational session at EngEx 2010 entitled “Identifying Contract and Consulting Opportunities at the World Bank.” He will also be available for exclusive one-on-one counseling sessions after the presentation for select attendees to network and discuss external market opportunities for their products and services.

“These amazing sessions will help top engineers and researchers in the energy, water, infrastructure and environmental industries find new opportunities to export their services to countries all over the world,” Shaikh said.

The World Bank provides low-interest loans, interest-free credit and grants to developing countries for a wide array of purposes that include investments in education; health; public administration; infrastructure; financial and private sector development; agriculture; and environmental and natural resource management. The borrowing countries use those funds to hire private companies that can implement the projects as agreed upon with the World Bank.

“This opportunity to learn about World Bank-funded contracts will make EngEx 2010 the must-attend engineering-focused conference of the entire year,” Shaikh said. “I would urge professionals in the energy, water, infrastructure and environmental fields to register today and get the opportunity to network with organizations that can truly shape their future, such as the World Bank.”

EngEx 2010, coming to the San Diego Convention Center from July 29 – 31, will be three days of innovation, creativity, business negotiation, planning, contract development and plenty of networking for some of the most talented individuals working on the next stage in the nation’s green movement. The conference will also provide keynote addresses by government agencies, information on contract and grant opportunities, and a career fair.

Among the topics planned for the conference are renewable energy; the electric grid; desalination; wastewater treatment; fuel infrastructure; cloud seeding; carbon capture and storage and even carbon reuse technologies.

Registration for the conference is now available online at www.engexpo.com.

More than 250 exhibitors are also expected at the event and a limited amount of exhibit space is available. To request more information about securing an exhibit space, please visit www.engexpo.com.

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