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Photos of the U.S. Participation at AeroMontréal’s Aerospace Innovation Forum – December 2013

His Excellency U.S. Ambassa...
Photos of the U.S. Participation at AeroMontréal’s Aerospace Innovation Forum – December 2013

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Photos of the U.S. Participation at AeroMontréal’s Aerospace Innovation Forum – December 2013

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Photos of the U.S. Participation at AeroMontreal's Aerospace Innovation Forum

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Aéro Montréal, Quebec's aerospace cluster, is a strategic think tank created in 2006 that groups all the major decision makers in Quebec's aerospace sector, including companies, educational and research institutions, associations and unions.

Aéro Montréal's mission is to mobilize industry players around common goals and concerted actions to increase the cohesion and optimize competitiveness of Quebec’s aerospace cluster. It aims to foster the growth and expansion of the cluster to ensure that it may continue to create wealth for Montreal, Quebec and Canada. Over the years, Aéro Montréal adopted a strategic action plan that includes the creation of working groups. These working groups are dedicated to six areas of intervention, namely supply chain development, branding and promotion, innovation, human resources, defense and national security and commercialization and market development.

The US, and the State of New Hampshire, sent a delegation to the 4th edition of the Aerospace Innovation Forum, to explore their participation with the industry's global leaders and the latest developments in the lifecycle management of new aircraft platforms.

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Photos of the U.S. Participation at AeroMontreal's Aerospace Innovation Forum

  1. 1. Photos of the U.S. Participation at AeroMontréal’s Aerospace Innovation Forum – December 2013 His Excellency U.S. Ambassador to ICAO Duane Woerth delivering remarks on “The United States: An Aerospace Nation” at the Aerospace Innovation Forum’s Opening Ceremonies. The Aerospace Innovation Forum’s Exhibit Hall – U.S. and Canadian participants gathered to witness the signing of collaboration agreements between New Hampshire, Vermont and Quebec aerospace clusters.
  2. 2. Photos of the U.S. Participation at AeroMontréal’s Aerospace Innovation Forum – December 2013 Signing ceremony of MOUs between Québec (Suzanne Benoit, President of AeroMontréal at center), New Hampshire (Christopher Wrenn, Chairman of the New Hampshire Aerospace & Defense Export Consortium at left) and Vermont (Brian Dubie Chairman of the Vermont Aerospace and Aviation Association at right). Post-MOU Signing Ceremony (from left to right/back to front). Chris Carrigan (VP Business Development at Vermont Aerospace and Aviation Association), Gilles Labbé (President of Héroux Devtek), Lawrence Miller (Vermont Secretary of Commerce), Andrew Parker (Consul General of the United States of America in Montreal), Jeff Rose (New Hampshire Commissioner), Brian Dubie (Chairman of the Vermont Aerospace and Aviation Association), Maria Della Posta (Chairman of AeroMontreal), Suzanne Benoit (President of AeroMontreal), and Christopher Wrenn (Chairman of the New Hampshire Aerospace & Defense Export Consortium).
  3. 3. Photos of the U.S. Participation at AeroMontréal’s Aerospace Innovation Forum – December 2013 U.S. Family Photo Photo of U.S. Commercial Service Representatives, U.S. State Representatives, U.S. Aerospace Association Representatives and U.S. Aerospace Industry Representatives participating in AeroMontréal’s Aerospace Innovation Forum with the Montreal Aerospace Cluster leadership.

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