On Friday 13 November, on behalf of UK Trade & Investment, British Expertise is hosting a two-hour seminar in Grosvenor Gardens, London explaining the procurement systems of Asian Development Bank (ADB), and sharing details of business opportunities for potential consultants and suppliers.
Established in 1966, ADB has embraced the vision of freeing the people of Asia and the Pacific from poverty. Major country recipients of ADB projects include India, China, Pakistan, Indonesia, the Philippines, Vietnam, Bangladesh, Uzbekistan, Burma and Afghanistan.
The in-depth seminar (starting at 11am) will be led by Walter Poick, Director of Procurement Division 2 at the ADB HQ in Manila. He'll be available for one-to-one meetings after the networking lunch.
It costs £40 + VAT (including lunch) to attend.
You can learn more and sign up at http://www.britishexpertise.org/bx/pages/Event_view/1432.php