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Eastern European Business Forum is a yearly recurrent conference arranged by Springfellow focusing on politics and business in the Baltic countries, Poland and Russia.The conference’s objective is to increase the understanding of doing business in this part of the world.
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Eastern European Business Forum is a yearly recurrent conference arranged by Springfellow focusing on politics and business in the Baltic countries, Poland and Russia.The conference’s objective is to increase the understanding of doing business in this part of the world. As participant you will have the possibility to: Listen to prominent politicians, diplomats and business people with great knowledge about and experience from Eastern Europe. Take part of interesting and instructive experiences from successful companies in respective country. Hear about the latest economic and political developments in Eastern Europe. Choose to participate in one or more of the conference’s many workshops. Establish a close contact with business people from Eastern Europe.
Speakers Jacob Wallenberg Lennart Meri Anders Igel Bengt Dennis Jonas af Jochnick Sven Hegelund Mart Laar Laila Freivalds
Agenda • Thursday, Nov 25th • The Baltic Region • The political and economical environment in the Baltic States, its past development and impacts of the EU and NATO accession. Further, discussions regarding the favorable investment climate and opportunities, threats, low taxation level, liberal labour market and a regulatory system. • Among the speakers: • - Lennart Meri, former President, Estonia • - Dag Hartelius, Swedish Ambassador to Estonia • - Bengt Dennis, former Governor of the Central bank of • Sweden • Anders Igel, CEO, TeliaSoner • - Mart Laar, former Prime Minister, Estonia • Andrus Kubilius, former Prime Minister, Lithuania • Gert Tiivas, Senior Vice President OM HEX Baltic • Operations. • Poland • The political and economical environment in Poland,the past development and impacts of the EU and NATO association.How will political and economical development influence investment climate? • Among the speakers: • Andrzej Olechowski, former Foreign Minister • Mats Staffansson, Ambassador of Sweden to Poland • Jonas af Jochnick, Chairman, Oriflame • Sven Hegelund, Executive Director, EBRD • Henrik Stjernvall, CEO, Stora Enso Poland • Russia • The political and economical environment in the Russian Federation, the past development and future trends. What measures are taken in order to attract FDI? Further discussion regarding Russias development in corporate governance. • Lennart Dahlgren, Manager IKEA Russia • Jegor Gaidar, former Vice Prime Minister • Sven Hirdman, Ambassador of Sweden to Russia • Erik Berglöf, Exectuive Director SITE
Agenda Workshops The second day of the seminar will focus on the actual business environment in Eastern Europe. The day will consist of workshops led by business people or politicians. You will have the opportunity to attend four different one-hour workshops during the day, starting at 9 am. We will cover the markets in Russia, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Poland and Ukraine. Topics: Legal structures Taxes Finance Establishment Outsourcing Franchising Business culture
Registration Enter your participation on www.eebf.comor by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org tel: +46 (0)8-586 199 04. Conference admission fee for the two days: SEK 4 500 (ex.VAT). The admission fee includes lunch and coffee in the morning and afternoon both days For further information, please contact: Daniel Eichhorn Springfellow ABTel: +46(0)8 586 199 00Fax: +46(0)8 586 199 10E-mail: email@example.com
Springfellow Springfellow – Business Architects Building Ideas Springfellow takes care of your investments in Emerging markets. Springfellow is in the business of designing, financing and laying down the foundation from which our clients can swiftly expand their business to Emerging markets. Springfellow has offices in Stockholm, Moscow, Copenhagen, Hong Kong, Berlin, Warsaw and Tallinn. Springfellow has two main areas of focus: Corporate Services – assisting companies entering new markets or relocating. Springfellow works with expansive companies in need of assistance with international establishment or relocations, which often occurs through organic growth or acquisitions. Government Services – assisting countries/regions in securing economic growth and capitalizing on regional strengths by promoting investment opportunities and thereby attracting Foreign Direct Investments (FDI). Some of Springfellow’s customers are SEB, ABB, Ericsson, Telia, E*Trade and Advantage West Midlands.
SEB The SEB Group is a North European financial banking group for companies, institutions and private individuals, with 670 branch offices around Sweden, Germany and the Baltic States. SEB has more than 4 million customers, of whom 1.5 million are e-banking customers. The Group is represented in some 20 countries around the world and has about 18,000 employees.
SEB’s purpose The purpose for SEB to act as main sponsor is to strengthen SEB’s image and position among our existing and potential clients in this region. We visualise and live out our strong competence position as a host to one of Europes biggest financial seminars. SEB CEO and president Lars Thunell says: ”The Baltic region and Poland are important home markets for us. For that reason it is important to contribute to increasing knowledge about the development of the region and the business opportunities that exist there. The idea is for the seminar to inspire entrepreneurs who are either active or are planning to invest in eastern Europe and at the same time be a forum to build networks.”