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Building business in emerging markets at EWEA 2013 Annual Event In The Windfair Newsletter

The emerging markets are seen as the desirable place to go, but what do you really know about them? EWEA 2013 Annual Event will deliver a special programme on emerging markets which will allow professonals to make profitable decisions faster.

"Evaluating and entering new markets is one of the future key business activities global wind players have to take into consideration as mature markets are showing lower growth rates while several new markets offer great opportunities and are catching up in terms of renewable policies and infrastructures. Therefore it becomes crucial for us to enter new markets. Our customers reflect this development by showing cross boarder activities and entering new markets as well."

Kyriakos Kosmidis, CEO of Repower Systems SE and EWEA 2013 Emerging Markets Workshop Chair Andrew Garrad (President of GL Garrad Hassan), Jan Serup Hylleberg (CEO of DWIA) and Martin Berkenkamp (Policy Leader of Renewables for GE Energy) talk about the importance of emerging wind energy markets and the business opportunities at EWEA 2013 in Vienna.

Emerging markets essentials programme:
Focused on helping participants understand these new markets, this event puts people in contact with the experts and provides rich industry information alongside research and analysis.

Taner Yildiz, Turkish Minister of Energy and Natural Resources to deliver speech 

Turkey's potential as a wind energy player is well known. Minister Yildiz's keynote speech will provide important information on the future development of this exciting emerging market.

 Emerging markets workshop
 Exploring the most effective ways to operate profitably in emerging markets, you will improve your understanding of these new markets and maximize the role that emerging markets play in your company's overall success. This 2-day workshop covers everything from political framework to financing wind energy, legal aspects, opportunities, challenges and best practices in developing wind in emerging markets.

High-level panel debate: Boom and bust - North, South, East
This session will illuminate the differences between established and emerging markets. In this high-level panel debate, leading industry figures comprising developers and utilities will share their views on where, and how, the European wind energy sector will develop.

International matchmaking event
 Vienna is an ideal bridge between Western European countries and emerging markets in Eastern Europe. Set up your business profile to meet potential partners or customers and expand your company's network within the European wind industry.

Eastern winds: EWEA launches new report
 In the report, each market is sized up for its strengths and weaknesses, wind energy potential and possible obstacles to growth. Participants at EWEA 2013 will receive a paper copy of the report. What better way of learning where your next business opportunity might be ?

Emerging central and eastern European markets conference session
This session identifies the wind energy opportunities in emerging European markets. Participants can expect to benefit from a detailed overview of the developments, opportunities and risks in these exciting young wind energy markets as well as learning about practical case studies and the experience of companies active in these markets.


Beyond Europe conference session
 "Working in an emerging market carries the risk profile that can give significantly higher returns for those able to manage those risks. This session is going to be a unique opportunity to hear about some of the most exciting opportunities in the wind industry today, delivered by some of the most informed, and hands on experts in these regions." - Nigel Crowe from PMSS and EWEA 2013 lead session chair for 'Beyond Europe'.

 One of the best things about EWEA Events is the networking

A conference delegate pass includes access to the conference and the exhibition halls. The conference dinner will be held in the historic Hofburg, the former imperial residence. With over 400 exhibitors and a host of  networking events, there will be opportunities to learn, do business and network throughout the four days.



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