The IRBA in collaboration with Enterprise Ireland will be holding the Russian Business Forum event.
EVENT: The Russian Business Forum
Leading Russian and Irish companies will share practical knowledge of doing business in Russia and the panel of experts will be open for answering your questions. The Ambassador of the Russian Federation and Consul will participate in the discussions.
The Russian Business Forum is organised by the Irish Russia Business Association and Enterprise Ireland.
DATE: Friday, 7th June 2013
TIME: 8 a.m. – 1 p.m.
VENUE: The Plaza, Enterprise Ireland, East Point Business Park , Dublin 3. Directions to East Point.
8 a.m. Registration (Tea/Coffee & Networking)
8.45 a.m. Welcome Addresses
8.45 a.m. Keynote Address
9 a.m. “Enhancing Bilateral Trade and Investments with Russia: Policy and Environment”, Discussion & Feedback Session
9.30 a.m. Tea/Coffee Break
9.45 a.m. Sector Speaker Presentations. Topic: “Russia – Opportunities & Challenges”. Followed by Q&A Session
2) ICT & High Technology
11 a.m. Tea/Coffee Break
11.30 a.m. Panel Discussion and Q&A Session:
1) Logistics / Shipping – Customs & Duties
4) Business Facilitation & Marketing
5) Translations & Cross-cultural Negotiations
12.30 p.m. – 1 p.m. Closing Comments
Please note: This is free of charge event, however registration is required.
RSVP: Please register by following the link: Attending Russian Business forum
Registration is open until COB on Tuesday, 4th June 2013
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