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Colombia is recognised as a market of huge potential where there are significant opportunities for the global supply chain to support the energy transition.
Chameleon Events is a leading B2B events company focusing on energy transition globally bringing together policy makers, regulators, asset owners, operators and subject matter experts.
AIA is leading an in-person trade mission for companies and organisations keen to visit the Colombian market to learn about projects, meet with key players, engage with prospective local partners and identify commercial opportunities.
Chameleon Events is organizing the Colombia Energy Transition Summit with AIA running a trade mission alongside this to help you engage with key stakeholders and decision makers. The 5 day agenda will include a series of prearranged site visits, group meetings, B2B and 1-2-1 meetings, and targeted networking events in addition to attendance at the summit in Bogota and a trip to Colombia’s Caribbean region. AIA consultants will promote the objectives of each organisation in advance of travel and help arrange bespoke appointments to complement the programme as appropriate.
The conference is supported by the British Embassy and Department of International Trade.
WHO SHOULD PARTICIPATE?
The mission will provide the opportunity to engage with:
SECURE YOUR PLACE
For further details or to register an interest contact AIA Managing Director, Neil McIntosh at Neil@aiascot.co.uk
Mission fees are £2750 plus VAT (if applicable) per company.
Companies are responsible for their own travel and accommodation expenses – AIA will recommend flight and hotel options.
Confirm your participation with a £200 deposit that is fully refundable in the event the mission can’t proceed – flights and accommodation should not be arranged until a final decision on travel is taken by 26th March.