DUBAI, United Arab Emirates and WALDWICK, N.J. — Against a dynamic backdrop of heightened environmental pressures, energy security risks and the global trend toward renewables, the United States of America is looking to power up new business opportunities at Middle East Electricity (MEE) March 1-3 at the Dubai World Trade Centre.

The U.S. presence at MEE, featuring such industry leaders as Eaton Corporation (Booth S3B10), Governors America Corp. (Booth: S3D29), The H-J Family of Companies (Booth S3B20) and Ametek Power Instruments (Booth 5B10), is organized by Kallman Worldwide, Inc., the official U.S. Representative of the show, in partnership with the U.S. Department of Commerce. The centerpiece of this national effort, the nearly 500 sqm (gross) U.S. International Pavilion, is a primary destination for buyers looking for an efficient way to meet U.S. companies, and an on-site business hub for U.S. exhibitors looking to maximize their exposure and impact at the event.

“When the United States commits to exhibit at MEE, we’re saying we believe in the power of this event to attract real business prospects and customers. The steady growth and diversification of this show speaks for itself,” said Kallman Worldwide President and CEO, Tom Kallman. “As the organizer of the U.S International Pavilion, our team is proud to help our exhibitors capitalize on this influential business event to grow their share of the regional marketplace, and further extend our nation’s global power industry leadership.”

In addition to organizing the national Pavilion, Kallman Worldwide is promoting all U.S. exhibitors with its “Ask America First” on-site advocacy campaign. The message will be placed prominently around the U.S. International Pavilion, integrated into hospitality events during the show and promoted in social media (follow on Twitter @kallmanEWC).

“The United States exhibits at MEE because it’s one of the world’s most innovative power industry suppliers, but that’s no guarantee that buyers will look to work with U.S. companies over others here,” said Kallman. “As the organizer of the U.S. International Pavilion, we have a responsibility to advocate not only for our exhibitors, but for our nation in this highly competitive global marketplace. We want every visitor to ‘Ask America First’ at MEE, and to be assured that America is listening.”


Export with purpose. Exhibit with confidence. Kallman Worldwide is an export marketing advocate focused on helping the United States of America and its leading businesses capitalize on international trade shows and events to grow their share of global markets. Our flagship U.S. International Pavilion programs cover all the details of creating and presenting a professional business environment to buyers, enabling exhibitors, clients and partners to make the most of their event marketing opportunities, cultivate meaningful global business relationships and account for a measurable return on their export marketing investment.

Since 1963, Kallman has helped more than 10,000 companies, associations and government agencies stand out at nearly 1,000 industry and professional events in 46 countries. The company is a strategic partner of the U.S. Department of Commerce, and a proud recipient of the President’s “E” Award. In 2016, Kallman Worldwide was honored to receive the AmCham Abu Dhabi “Falcon” Award for its organization-wide commitment to building sustainable business relationships between the U.S. and the U.A.E.

Derick Lila
Derick is a Clark University graduate—and Fulbright alumni with a Master's Degree in Environmental Science, and Policy. He has over a decade of solar industry research, marketing, and content strategy experience.

Sungevity Partners with CleanSpark

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