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Business Seminar: Russia Now – 150 Million Sales Prospects!

August 19, 2011

Date: Wednesday, 14th September 2011

Venue: Westpark Conference Centre, Shannon Free Zone, Shannon, Ireland www.westparkshannon.com/contact-us.php

Time: 2pm to 5.15pm

Description: An information seminar on the opportunities for business in Russia at this time and how to start the process of engaging with this dynamic market of 150 million consumers (60 million internet users)

Early booking is essential. To reserve your place (no later than Monday, 12th September 2011) please email: jennifer@irishexporters.ie or jc@irba.ie or phone: 01 6424178.

Agenda:

2.00pm Arrival, registration & networking 
2.15pm Start – Welcome address from Pádraig Cleary, Ireland Representative, Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Pushkin and Pavlovsk 
2.20pm Opening address by Dr. Neil Robinson, Senior Lecturer in Politics at University of Limerickon the topic of “Setting the Context – Russia Today” 
2.40pm Topic “Russia- Market Opportunities for Ireland” Kate Kostyunina, Marketing Executive – Russia, Enterprise Ireland, Dublin 
3.00pm “Banking in Russia – The Ups and Downs” Ms Elena Mishina, Head of RBS (Royal Bank of Scotland), St. Petersburg, Russia 
3.20pm Break & networking 
3.40pm “Case studies on how Pushkin Chamber helped facilitate new Russia market entrants” Dr. Victor Afanssenko, Director, Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Pushkin and Pavlovsk 
4.10pm Executives from 2 Irish companies currently trading in and with Russia relate their experiences 
4.40pm Panel Q&A 
4.55pm “Interested? What to do next” Pádraig Cleary, Ireland Representative, Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Pushkin and Pavlovsk 
5.00pm Seminar close / Networking 

Available PPT Presentations:

Neil Robinson, UL_Setting the context- Russia today

Katerina Kostyunina, EI_Russia Market Opportunities

Victor Afanasenko, Chamber of Commerce & Industry of Pushkin and Pavlovsk

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