Doing Business with the Inter-American Development Bank: Lending Priorities, Procurement Rules and Sources of Information
13 Nov 2012
Washington, DC, United States
Each year, IDB-financed projects administered by public-sector agencies in Latin America and the Caribbean generate up to 20,000 contracts for goods, works and services. These business opportunities represent a vast market for firms and consultants from any of the Bank´s 48 member countries.
This seminar is intended to explain how companies and individuals can participate in Bank-financed procurement processes—to explain the rules of the game, how to obtain early and important information on the projects themselves, learn what is in the Bank´s “pipeline” of upcoming projects—and most of all, to answer questions. A session on the Bank´s important and growing portfolio of private-sector lending activities should also be of interest. Following a series of presentations, IDB sector specialists in energy, climate change, transportation, water and sanitation and IT will be available for individual consultations.
Registration for the the Seminar closed as of 1:00 pm on Wednesday, November 7th, having reached maximum capacity.
Portions of the Seminar will be transmitted live via the Bank's website, with simultaneous interpretation into Spanish.
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