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Low Cost Literature Distribution via US Commercial Attache

Last Chance for US Pavilion at nanoEurope in September

August 09, 2005

The Commercial Service of the U.S. Embassy in Bern is organizing a USA Pavilion at NanoEurope, Switzerland (Sept. 13-15, 2005) the European international conference and exhibit for the industrial use of nanotechnologies.

For those US companies who lack the resources to exhibit at this event, promotional literature such as company overviews, white papers, product literature will be presented for a nominal charge of $100.

You will need to deliver your literature and payment to arrive no later than Friday, September 9th to take advantage of this offer. Please contact Werner E. Wiedmer , US Embassy, Bern, Switzerland, to take advantage of this offer.

The conference is an attractive European promotional platform with some 180 exhibitors from around the world. U.S. exhibitors are offered a special all-inclusive package for $ 2,950.00 (without travel/hotel). A special airfare on AA is also available.

Last minute registrations are welcome on: until August 20, 2005.


Werner E. Wiedmer
U.S. Commercial Service
U.S. Embassy, Bern, Switzerland
Direct: +41+(0) 31 357 7342
Fax: +41+(0) 31 357 7336
Mobile: +41+(0) 79 417 0957

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