Showtime Program at SPI 2017 & U.S. Export Interest Directory Listing
The U.S. Department of Commerce's (USDOC) International Buyer Program will offer a complimentary Showtime program for U.S. exhibitors that allows them to meet one-on-one with IBP Delegation Leaders from more than 50 overseas markets. Review the IBP Map of Delegations on the left to see the list of countries currently attending SPI. Showtime is available only to U.S. companies whose products represent U.S. content of at least 51%. Showtime meetings slots are scheduled based on a first-come, first-serve basis. This means that U.S. exhibitors that submit their forms first will be scheduled first, until all available country appointments are filled. Contact Brian Beams (brian.beams@trade.gov) if you have questions about the USDOC's Showtime program, the "complimentary" U.S. Export Interest Directory listing or about other USDOC export programs being offered at SPI. Thank you.

U.S. companies that are attending SPI, and not exhibiting, and meet the 51% U.S. content rule, can list "not exhibiting" in Question 11.

U.S. Department of Commerce - International Buyer Program
1. Contact Name Attending SPI 2017
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2. Contact E-mail Address
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3. Company Name
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4. Address
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5. City
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6. U.S. State
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7. Zipcode
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8. Office Telephone Number
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9. Mobile Number
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10. Company Web site
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11. Booth Number
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12. Monday, September 11, 2017 -Times: Not Available for Meetings (e.g. 9-10am)
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13. Tuesday, September 12, 2017 - Times: Not Available for Meetings (e.g. 9-10am)
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14. Wednesday, September 13, 2017 - Times: Not Available for Meetings (e.g. 9-10am). Exhibition closes at 2pm.
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15. Select Up to 30 Countries that are Your Priority Target Markets - Preview the whole list of countries before clicking submit at the bottom of the form. To facilitate all the meeting requests, delegations leaders from the same region (e.g. Egypt, Morocco, etc.) may join meetings in the U.S. exhibitors' booths or in the IBC. Requests for meetings with more than 5 delegation leaders will be held in the IBC.
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16. Do you want to have the meetings at your booth or in the International Business Center (IBC)?
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17. If the meeting are held at your booth, can you accommodate 3-4 delegation leaders? If not, you may want to have those meetings in the IBC.
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18. In addition to meeting with the delegation leaders, U.S. exhibitors can meet with other U.S. Government export agencies. Check the agencies you would like to meet with.
19. With response to meetings with the other U.S. Government agencies, what days and times are you not available to meet. (e.g. EXIM - Sept. 11, 11am-12pm, etc.). Where would you like the meetings to take place in your booth or in the IBC?
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20. Showtime, as we mentioned in the introduction is available only for U.S. companies whose products represent at least 51% U.S. content. Do your product(s) meet this requirement, Yes or No?
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21. U.S. Exhibitors can be listed in the SPI 2017 U.S. Export Interest Directory (EID) which is a "complimentary" service. The EID will be distributed to international attendees attending the show. Shown below is a sample U.S. exhibitor listing from Acadia Micro, that was included in the SPI 2016 EID. We will list up to 30 "Countries of Interest" that you select from Question 15 and include your contact information as show in the sample listing. Being listed in the U.S. EID provides opportunities to increase your overseas distribution channels and international sales by driving international attendees from the countries you list in Question 15 to your booth. Would you like your company listed in the "complimentary" SPI 2017 U.S. EID?
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