How can your company win contracts and enter into partnerships with the Asian Development Bank? On 22nd September, NHO and the SNCC invite you to an exclusive seminar with the bank’s experts in renewable energy, urban development, water and other sectors.
When: 22nd September, 09:00 – 12:00
Location: Næringslivets Hus, Oslo
Main event organisers: NHO, the Asian Development Bank and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Co-organisers: Singapore Norway Chamber of Commerce (SNCC), Norwegian -Chinese Chamber (NCCC), Norwegian-Indian Chamber of Commerce (Nicci).
During the seminar, we will explore:
- What opportunities are there for your company in a partnership with the Asian Development Bank?
- What are the perspectives for key sectors such as renewable energy, urban development and water in the Asia Pacific region?
- How should your business go forward to win contracts with the Development Bank of goods and services, including consultancy services?
Panel of Speakers:
- Mr. Jesper Pedersen, Senior Procurement Specialist, Asian Development Bank (ADB)
- Mr. Michiel de lijst, Senior Water Resource Specialist, ADB
- Mr. Joris van Etten, Senior Urban Development Specialist, ADB
- Ms. Debra Kerzman, Head of European Representative Office (ERO), Frankfurt, ADB
- Mr. Marc M. Rooijackers, Director’s Advisor, Constituency Office, ADB
- Ms. Elisabeth Lokshall, Senior Adviser Renewable, Multiconsult
- Ms. Nina Holt Tveitan, Manager Sales Support, Renewable energy, Multiconsult
- Ms. Katja Nordgaard, Director General, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
- Moderator is NHO’s international director Tore Myhre.
You will have the opportunity to speak and connect with the distinguished speakers after the event.
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) aims to promote economic and social development in the Asia-Pacific region. The Bank organizes annual purchases of goods and services for more than 60 billion to projects in fields such as energy and transport, environmental protection, water, urban development, health and education. The needs and aspirations of the region huge – and the private sector is crucial for the development objectives.
The seminar will be conducted in English.
Register your attendance here: Registration form
Full program is available here