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Register for the 2016 SelectUSA Investment Summit!


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Created on January 7, 2016
 

U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker today announced that registration is now open for the third SelectUSA Investment Summit to be held June 19-21, 2016, in Washington, D.C. The Summit’s theme is “The Innovation Advantage” and will feature investment opportunities from every corner of the United States for global investors, while high-profile business and government leaders will share their insights on the latest innovation and trends.

Whether you're interested in being an exhibitor, sponsor or attendee at the country's top foreign direct investment (FDI) event, head over to our 2016 Summit website to reserve your space now.

“For three straight years, business leaders from around the world have ranked the United States as the number one place to invest. The SelectUSA Investment Summit is an opportunity to underscore some of our country’s greatest strengths, including a vibrant culture of innovation, a skilled and productive workforce, and an attractive consumer market. This third annual convening promises to provide international firms and economic developers with tools that will lead to more investment in the United States.” - Secretary Penny Pritzker

The 2016 Summit will build on the overwhelming success of the 2015 SelectUSA Investment Summit, which brought together thousands of participants from more than 70 international markets, including companies and business associations, as well as economic development organizations (EDOs) and other representatives from across the country.

Learn more on the SelectUSA Summit website or read the latest press release here.

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