National U.S.-Arab Chamber of Commerce High Tech Road Show

The National U.S.-Arab Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a High Tech Road Show in Las Vegas, Dallas, Houston and Austin. The High Tech Road Show (HTRS) is the only platform of its kind that brings together thought leaders and industry innovators from the United States and the Arab world. Now in its eighth year, HTRS promotes the two-way transfer of technology and knowledge and explores cutting-edge innovation across multiple sectors. The High Tech Road Show has a seven-year track record of providing invaluable connections and strategies to find high tech solutions for every business sector, and long-lasting partnerships for maximizing trade relations between the U.S. and the Arab world.
Following four days of exploration at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas on January 6-9, delegates will head South to Texas on January 12-16 for the first time in the history of the High Tech Road Show. This is a reflection of the rise of the Lone Star State as a hub for high tech innovation in all its parts. Be part of the excitement, and gain insights into trends and technologies that are years ahead of their time. In the world of technology, knowledge is power, and the High Tech Road Show keeps you at the forefront of technological innovation!
Registration is for the Texas Road Shows is at no charge. To register, go to Houston Road Show, Austin Road Show or Dallas Road Show.

For more information about the High Tech Road Show in Las Vegas, please contact Raad Alghamdi.

Why You Should Attend
 Las Vegas – January 6-9
Receive a 360-degree view of consumer electronics technology at the International Consumer Electronics Show, the largest show of its kind in the United States! Learn about cutting-edge software, hardware, eCommerce, Internet, and payment processing technologies from leading companies around the world.
Houston – January 12
Meet with companies manufacturing aircraft or space vehicles + Visit NASA’s world-famous Johnson Space Center. Discover new energy industry technologies, including renewables. Explore new biotech developments in the areas of biomedicine, medical devices, nanotechnology, oncology, the environment, genomics, and agriculture.
 Austin – January 15
Visit the Austin Technology Incubator, where millions of dollars are raised for startups to compete successfully in the international marketplace. Courtesy of the Austin Technology Council and others, tour some of the nation’s top tech and life sciences facilities.  Representative companies include Apple, Dell, Freescale Semiconductor, IBM, Laboratory Corporation of America, National Instruments, and Samsun Semiconductor, among others
Dallas-Fort Worth –  January 16.
Learn about DFW’s advanced technology and manufacturing clusters, including nanotechnology, semiconductors, and automotive manufacturing. Meet with some of the most innovative companies in America. Representative companies include Flextronics, General Motors, Peterbilt Motors, Texas Instruments, Trend Micro, and many more.

About the High Tech Road Show
The High Tech Road Show is an annual event organized by the National U.S.-Arab Chamber of Commerce (NUSACC), established over 50 years ago.  NUSACC is America’s longest serving organization dedicated to U.S.-Arab business.  NUSACC is widely regarded as the voice of American business in the Arab world and the premier portal to the United States for Arab commercial enterprises.  NUSACC serves the 22 Arab Countries on a national scale with offices in Washington, DC, Houston,  Los Angles,  New York City,  and Salt Lake City.
NUSACC’s annual High Tech Road Show (HTRS) is a unique opportunity for high-tech professionals in the Arab world to explore the latest products, services, and trends in technology in the United States. NUSACC’s delegation arrives with an agenda of high-level meetings that NUSACC crafts specifically to explore business prospects in the Arab world, including export and import of technologies and services with a focus on developing strong corporate relationships between U.S. and Arab companies.
The NUSACC program will kick off this year in Las Vegas, Nevada, to coincide with the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) – the largest consumer electronics show in the United States and one of the largest in the world. At the CES, NUSACC arranges meetings for delegates with executives and professionals of both small and mid-sized companies and the biggest names in the industry.
The second destination is Houston, America’s fourth largest city and home to a booming energy industry, the world’s largest medical center complex, over 150 aerospace/aviation companies, the Port of Houston, and over 6,000 manufacturing establishments.
The third destination is Austin, capital city of the State of Texas.  Austin is known as the “Silicon Hills” of Texas, and is a thriving, vibrant, and high tech community.  Austin boasts1,600 technology executives, more than 250 companies, and over 60,000 employees.  The capital city also provides end-to-end incubation opportunities, including the Austin Technology Incubator, Austin Ventures, and many more.
The final stop on the High Tech Road show is Dallas / Fort Worth (DFW), the nation’s fourth-largest metropolitan area, behind only New York, Los Angeles and Chicago.  DFW’s central location and world-class transportation infrastructure attract companies looking to do business locally, nationally, and globally.  As a transportation hub, DFW boasts major headquarters, logistics, distribution, and supply chain operations.

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