Past Events

Russia: Why? and Where? - 2nd November 2009

Event Date: 02 November 2009

 
The Chamber of Commerce East Lancashire was pleased to present an opportunity for local companies to obtain an insight into how to do business with Russia, and invited companies to meet Stephen Dalziel and David Cant who was able to provide up-to-date specialist market information, and inform companies about opportunities and prospects for your particular product or service.

This was an ideal opportunity for local companies working with Russia, or interested in opportunities there, to hear the latest developments, make new contacts, swap experiences with others doing similar things, and develop business opportunities with other companies and service providers.

Seminar content
• Introduction to the Market
• Opportunities in Russia
• Practicalities of doing business with Russia
•  Russian Partners, Distributors, Agents
• Support for British Companies Overseas 

About the speakers and organisation:
David Cant – Director Albion (Overseas) Ltd
David has worked with Russia for his entire career, including several years living in Moscow. David has worked with the UKTI, advising companies on doing business in Russia, and was MD of the Russo-British Chamber of Commerce before concentrating on his own company, Albion (Overseas) Ltd.

Stephen Dalziel- Executive Director of the Russo-British Chamber of Commerce.
Stephen has worked with Russia ever since he first went there in 1974.  For 16 years he was the BBC's Russian Affairs Analyst, and has been Executive Director of the RBCC since 2007.  RBCC is the bridge between British and Russian business, the Chamber acts as a facilitator, bringing together businessmen from each country who are interested in bilateral trade and business relations. RBCC organises seminars and networking functions through its offices in London, also providing regular, up-to-date information on the Russian economy and the business climate between Russia and the UK.

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