Get into the Billion-Dollar Supply Chain: Sell to Fortune Corporations, Gov’t Agencies, etc.

USPAACC has announced that Fortune Corporations, Government Agencies (Federal, State and local) and large nonprofits are looking for suppliers from a wide range of industries—IT, staffing, medical supplies, chemical & scientific research & development, food & beverage, architecture & engineering, advertising & marketing, manufacturing, transportation & logistics, etc., at CelebrAsian Procurement Conference, May 31 - June 2, 2017, Hilton San Diego Bayfront, San Diego, CA.

Who Should Attend

Suppliers who want to sell to Fortune Corporations, government agencies, and large nonprofits—all are looking for diverse businesses who could supply different kinds of products and services.

Why Attend

Contracting opportunities are available for the following products/services from attending corporations:

  • Products/Services - Buying Corporation
  • Software & Security - AT&T, Northrop Grumman, Capital One, PNC, Wells Fargo, USPS
  • Fintech - Capital One, JP Morgan Chase, US Bank, Wells Fargo
  • Construction - Southern California Edison, Southern Company, Wells Fargo, Bank of America
  • Manufacturing - Walmart, Wyndham, Kaiser Permanente
  • Healthcare: Medical/Clinical/Research - Kaiser Permanente, Pfizer, Novartis, U.S. Navy, Takeda
  • Hospitality - Hilton, Caesars Entertainment, Marriott International, MGM Resorts, Wyndham Food Processing Chemicals - McCormick, PepsiCo
  • Electrical Supplies/Products - Schneider Electric, Caesars Entertainment

Who Are the Buyers

Over 100 Fortune 1000 Corporations, Government Agencies (Federal, State and Local), and large nonprofits, will be at this national B2B event, all looking for suppliers who could be part of their multi-billion-dollar supply chain. Suppliers must register by 3 pm EST/ 12 pm PST on Friday, May 12 to be considered in the prescheduled one-on-one meetings.

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