We organize specialized power and energy industry seminars for original equipment manufacturers, technology providers and service companies. Our areas of expertise and vast domain network enable global suppliers of equipment to attract decision makers from energy facilities and utilities through our targeted seminars. On an average we bring anywhere from 50 – 200 decision makers for client sponsored events.
Our scope of work includes
Developing target attendee list
Development of marketing material for the seminar
Finalize and Present
Emails and personal phone calls
Selection of venues and hotel
Marketing and promotion of the seminar
Post Event Reporting
Post event follow up
Finalization of reports and follow up actions
Example (Indian Power Market)
On February 8th 2018, we hosted a seminar on the topic “Advancements in CFB Technology Provide the Best Solution for India’s Energy Future.” The event was sponsored by a multinational company.
The objective of the seminar was to focus on the technical, economic and environmental benefits of CFB boilers that may be customized for the Indian power market. Plant case studies relevant to the Indian market & fuels were presented.
We had over 70 high level decision makers from more than 40 power producers, A/Es, regulators and ministry officials who attended the seminar.
Example (South African Power Market - Johannesburg)
On July 18, 2018, we brought in over 75 senior decision - makers from the South African and Sub-Saharan Energy Industry into a seminar hosted at a 5-star hotel in Johannesburg, South Africa. Attendees included large companies like ESKOM, Sasol, etc. A&Es like Black & Veatch, etc.
The objective of the seminar was to focus on the technical, economic and environmental benefits of CFB boilers that may be customized for the Indian power market. Plant case studies relevant to the African market & fuels were presented.
Example (South African Power Market - Cape Town)
On May 15th 2019, we hosted a seminar on the topic “Advancements in CFB Technology Provide the Best Solution for South Africa’s Energy Future.” The event was sponsored by a multinational company.
The objective of this seminar was to discuss CFB Technology in detail and present case studies pertinent to increased fuel flexibility and low emissions design. Our CFB Experts discussed how African power producers can utilize the lowest cost coal including petcoke, coal slurry, lignite, washery rejects, biomass, rice husks and peat, in various combinations, providing the capability to provide the lowest possible power cost for African consumers.
We had over 40 high level decision makers from more than 20 power producers, A/Es, and regulators who attended the seminar.