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The meeting with the spokesmen of the World Economic Forum took place in the National Centre for Marketing and Price Study

8 June

On the 6th of June, 2016 the representatives of the World Economic Forum (WEF) visited the National Centre for Marketing and Price Study while being in Minsk with fam visit.

Alexander Zapolski, the Acting Director of the National Centre for Marketing and Price Study, accepted guests and familiarized them with the major scope of activities of the enterprise. In particular, he specified the integrated and comprehensive attitude to external economic activity support and informed them that today the National Centre for Marketing and Price Study has more than 150 concluded agreements with foreign partners from 47 countries.

“Belarus for us is a new country and we are interested in attracting local experts. From this point of view we see great prospects of cooperation with the National Centre for Marketing and Price Study”, - Anastasia Kalinina, the Head of Eurasia at WEF, noticed.

In his turn Alexander Zapolski said that the National Centre for Marketing and Price Study can act as business partner of the World Economic Forum from Belarus: “Belarusian enterprises own their own marketing services but not all of them possess resources to realize serious projects. As provider we are ready to accumulate and to represent business interests”. He also noticed that Belarus shows interest in experience of running outstanding events such as forum in Davos.

In conclusion of the meeting the parties agreed on going into issue of Belarusian delegation return visit within which the form of cooperation will be discussed in detail.

For information:

The World Economic Forum is the biggest international non-governmental organisation which is basically well-known for running annual meetings in Davos.

Besides organisation of this event, the WEF runs the range of international economic programmes, directed at struggle with unemployment, growth of investments into developing countries, financial innovations, etc.

 

Source: the National Centre for the Marketing and Price Study.

 



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