CAPRC Q1 Business Session and Seminar February 10, 2017 9:00AM
The CAPRC has scheduled its first quarter business session at 9 A.M.. Registration for the seminar will begin at 10:15. Consulate General , Republic of Turkey
455 N. Cityfront Plaza Chicago
Friday, February 10, 2017 10:30am
FOCUS ON TURKEY’S ECONOMY AND INVESTMENT 2017
Location: Conference Center of the Consul General of Chicago, 455 N. Cityfront Plaza Drive, Chicago
“Focusing on 2017 in Turkey” is the theme for a seminar being organized by the Central Asian Productivity Research Center (CAPRC) on Friday, January 20, 2017, at the Conference center of the Consul General of Chicago, 455 N. Cityfront Plaza Drive, Chicago.
Turkey’s Consul General of Turkey Umut Acar Will speak about “Turkey in 2016: A Year To Remember”, followed by Ms. Esra Dogan Tulgan, coordinator-advisor for Investment Support and Promotion Agency of Turkey (ISPAT), the agency that promotes Turkey’s investment climate and assists investors, will speak about the Turkish economy and investment environment.
Umut Acar, Turkey Consular General Chicago
Consul General Acar joined the ministry of Foreign Affairs in 1998; and served in Bulgaria and Germany, then with Turkey’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs as first secretary; counselor at Council of Europe; head of the department for administrative and Financial Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs; and chief cabinet of the minister, Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He was assigned to Chicago’s consulate general in October 2015.
Esra Dogan Tulgan,coordinator-advisor for Investment Support and Promotion Agency of Turkey
Prior to her assignment in Chicago in December 2015, Ms. Tulgan worked for the agency in European markets, including France, Italy and French-speaking countries.
There is no registration fee, but registration is required for seating. For information and registration contact:
Productivity Research Center
CAPRC CHINESE NEW YEAR LUNCH JANUARY 27, 2017
US-CHINA CHAMBER PRESIDENT TO SPEAK AT CAPRC CHINESE NEW YEAR LUNCH
“The Future of Foreign Trade Under Trump: how China Stands to Merge a Winner” is the theme for the Central Asian Productivity Research Center’s third annual Chinese New Year lunch.
CHINA’S CONULATE GENERAL IS HONORED GUEST. Siva Yam, president of the US-China Chamber of Commerce, will be the guest speaker for the Central Asian Productivity Research Center’s third annual Chinese New Year lunch scheduled at 11:30 AM, on Friday, January 27, 2017, at House of Fortune Restaurant, 2407 S. Wentworth Ave.
Honored guest will be China’s Consul General in Chicago, the Honorable Hong Lei, who will offer timely comments. With his years of experience as an entrepreneur and internationally-recognized expert in US-Asian business, he will pose the question, “The Future Of Foreign Trade Under Trump: How China Stands to Emerge a Winner?” With a strong academic background, a CPA and CFA, He is known for being involved with 20 years of experience with mergers, acquisitions, public offering, and private placements of securities with a focus on cross border business and trade activities between the US and Asia. He recently co-founded and serves as the chairman for the U.S.-Vietnam Chamber of Commerce. He also serves as an advisor for the Federal Reserve Bank Of Chicago.
Off-street parking is available at 23rd St. and Wentworth Ave.
Registration fees: $25 for members; $30 for non-members; and $50 to support a student in the CAPRC’s Young Professionals Program. (YPP). Payments must be received by January 20. For information: email@example.com Send checks to:
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USACC Annual Conference on U.S.-Azerbaijan Relations Looking Ahead: Diplomacy, Business, Trade & Investment March 1, 2017
MARCH 1, 2017 – 8AM-5PM
Session 1: New Regional Energy Map
Session 2: Banking and Finance
Session 3: Economic Reforms and Doing Business in Azerbaijan
Session 4: Investment Beyond Oil/Co-Investment Opportunities
Session 5: Public-Private Partnership
Formal Reception – 7PM-9PM
MARCH 2, 2017 – 8AM-3PM
Roundtable meetings between companies and government entities on:
– Agriculture/Agribusiness and Food Industries
– Alternative and Renewable Energy
– Chemical/Petrochemical Industry
Other government briefings
NOTE: USACC is excited to announce complimentary business matchmaking services for Azerbaijani companies. To register your interest in the conference, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org with brief company information by December 16, 2017.
REGISTRATION FOR THE 2017 ANNUAL CONFERENCE WILL OPEN SOON
The United States-Azerbaijan Chamber of Commerce (USACC), based in Washington D.C., aims to help strengthen business ties in both countries for the benefit of private companies, and for the public and consumers they serve. To that end, we are pleased to invite you to our next annual conference on United States-Azerbaijan relations, scheduled to take place at the historic Willard InterContinental Hotel, conveniently located just one block from the White House.
Scheduled for March 1-2, 2017, this conference promises to bring together high-level business leaders and government officials from both countries. Participants will be able to hear firsthand of the myriad business and growth opportunities attendant to investment in Azerbaijan, as well as learn about the experience of industry peers through various panel discussions.
The flow of goods and services between the two countries, while substantial, already remains susceptible to improvement in many different areas. Beyond energy, Azerbaijan’s telecommunications and IT, nine different climate zones and rich soil with astonishing agricultural potential and diversity, and the legendary hospitality of its population can be tapped into by numerous economic sectors. Its highly educated workforce would be an asset to any company considering in-bound investment.
By the same token, American companies have products and services that are highly valued in Azerbaijan. There is a tremendous demand for American-made machinery, as well as for food packaging and processing technologies. And American consumer technology producing companies could benefit tremendously from Azerbaijan’s tech-savvy population.
While the two countries are hemispherically distant, trade has never been stronger or easier, and the desire among the business communities in both countries to forge new business opportunities has never been greater.
We hope to see you in Washington, D.C. on March 1-2, 2017 for this special event. Please stay tuned for more information in upcoming days. For questions and sponsorship opportunities, please contact us at 202-333-8702 or e-mail at email@example.com.
2017 Silk Road Conference April (Date TBA)
Kent School of Law Auditorium
Illinois Institute of technology
65 W. Adams St,
Q2 Business Session ad Seminar May (Date TBA)
Seminar Focusing on Pakistan
Consulate General of Pakistan
Seminar and Tour of the Port May (Date TBA)
Port of Indiana, Portage, Indiana