The Federal Business Council is announcing an opportunity for vendors to exhibit at the Annual U.S. Army Infantry Warfighting Conference, Sept. 14 and 15, 2010. This year’s event will be held at the Iron Works Convention and Trade Center. The conference itself runs Sept. 13 through 16.
The conference represents an opportunity to showcase products to an expected 4,000 key officials, including senior level officers, end-users, and procurement officials throughout U.S. Army Warfighting branches. The complete agenda and registration details may be found at https://www.benning.army.mil/iwc/2010/index.html.
The conference’s major goal is to provide specialized and refresher training to key U.S. Army personnel and bring together the Warfighter community to receive top-notch training and exposure. In previous years, there have been globally recognized vendors taking up more than 400 conference spaces (80,000 sq ft) representing the spectrum of Warfighting technologies. Many companies exhibit year after year.
The Infantry Warfighting Conference is hosted by the U.S. Infantry Center with input from the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, which has played a large part in our nation’s Warfighting efforts.
You can call (800) 878-2940 for available marketing opportunities.
Here are a few tips from GTPAC. If you decide to attend this event, you’ll want to prepare. To assist you in this process, be sure to read our articles on attending a government trade show, how to prepare an “elevator speech,” and the need for a Capabilities Statement.