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SIXTH ANNUAL SILK ROAD CONFERENCE – JULY 20, 2011

Posted on March 30, 2011 by KazCham

SIXTH ANNUAL SILK ROAD CONFERENCE JULY 20, 2011

CHICAGO, IL—With the continuing annual theme of “Global Energy Security”, the “Sixth Annual Silk Road Conference” is  returning to Chicago on Wednesday, July 20, 2011.

The annual successful event will be held at the conference facilities of Kent School of Law,  Illinois Institute of Technology, 565 W. Adams St.

Focus will be on business growth resulting from expanding energy economies . The morning sessions will be presented by diplomats from countries located along the historic Silk Road, which has changed dramatically in the last decade  from camel trade  routes to expanding highways, railways, gas and oil pipelines, and airports.

Confirmed countries include: Turkey, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Pakistan, and Romania (Nabucco pipeline).

The afternoon sessions will be presented by foreign business executives, representatives from foreign chambers of commerce, and academicians from prominent institutions. The sessions will be highlighted  by discussions focusing on timely  financial and legal aspects of  doing business in this region, including China.

Table top exhibits will be open from registration at 8 AM, throughout the day, until 5 PM.  Registration fees are:

  • members of the four sponsoring organizations, $35.00;
  • non-members, $45.00; and
  • students, $20.00.

Sponsoring organizations are the Central Asia Productivity Research Center, which  held the original  Silk Road Conferences in Turkey and Azerbaijan;  the Turkish American Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the World  Trade Center-Illinois;  and Northern Illinois University’s prominent  College of  Business.

For registration and exhibit information, phone: 708-246-5556, or e-mail: lepinske@sbcglobal.net.

CONTACT:

Harry Lepinske

Phone: 708-246-5556

lepinske@sbcglobal.net

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  1. NoName says:

    You spelled Sixth wrong…



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