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Special ‘deal-making’ service offered to the marine science exhibitors and attendees of the OCEANS’ 16 conference to be held in Monterey, Ca. Sep.-19-23.
June 26, 2016, Monterey, Ca. Sometimes referred to as the ‘Serengeti of the Sea’, the one-of-a-kind Monterey Bay of California is this year’s global host for the MTS/IEEE OCEANS’ 16 conference to be held in Monterey, CA on September 19-23.
Thousands of marine science companies, scientists, engineers, educational institutions, research organizations, ocean advocates and entrepreneurs from around the world will convene in Monterey to discuss, discover, learn and invest in the latest products, services and expertise that address the challenges and provide the solutions that our oceans face today.
The Monterey Bay, one of the largest marine sanctuaries in the United States, is located just 30 miles southwest of Silicon Valley and is home to over 30 different organizations leading the world in marine science research and development that are all located in the Monterey Bay. The business communities of Silicon Valley and the Monterey Bay are now collaborating with outreach strategies to market the region’s leading sustainable marine science solutions to the global marketplace under the brand of ‘Blue Silicon Valley’.
A special matchmaking service will be provided by the Monterey Bay International Trade Association (MBITA) to OCEANS’ 16 exhibitors and attendees providing pre-arranged, one-on-one meetings with the Monterey Bay companies and organizations focused on the following sectors.
This ‘deal-making’ service includes pre-conference virtual meetings between the selected organizations, companies and individuals so they are ready to do business before they meet in person at OCEANS’ 16.This service also included 3-5 hours of post-conference support.
Today, we released more information about the call for abstracts in a downloadable PDF document. It contains more information about the event in Monterey as well as more information about submitting abstracts for this conference. For more information, visit the call for abstract page at http://www.oceans16mtsieeemonterey.org/call-for-abstracts/ or download the document below.