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I would like to invite your organization or corporation to help sponsor the Eurasia Center and the Eurasian Business Coalition's "Evening with the Embassies Series," and Conferences and Forums that the EC/EBC organizes. The Evening at the Embassies Series is held at European and Asian (Eurasian) embassies in Washington, DC. This series of seminars are conducted with Ambassadors, their minister counselors and top business officials from America, European, and Asian nations. An important company such as yours can expand its business opportunities, build and support stronger economic expansion within these countries and be recognized as a leader in these regions of the globe. We are planning future events at the Chinese, German, Korean and Czech embassies, to name a few.
The Ambassadorial presentations and discussions focus on business developments in Eurasia of which your company plays a big role. Through these events The Eurasia Center and its Eurasian Business Coalition demonstrate that corporations are interested in supporting and promoting trade and development in Eurasia. Given your company's scale of involvement in Eurasia these events are important as you raise your profits and meet new decision makers and partners. As a Sustaining Sponsor, your company's representative can give a presentation of its activities in Eurasia. By sponsoring an individual Embassy event for $500 or a yearly for $3000, your company's name will be displayed at the Embassy Event and within the Program Guide of the event. The Eurasia Center/EBC is also organizing a Central Asian Forum in March 2012.
Your company may also consider sponsoring our "Doing Business with Russia Conference" in early November 2011 as well as our US-Russia World Forum in April, 2012. The Russia World Forum has become the premier catalyst for open discussions and relationship building between Russia and America. Participants of the World Russia Forum are able to meet with members of the American Congress, officials from the Department of Commerce and key leaders from the Russian government and non-governmental organizations.
The Eurasia Center and the Eurasian Business Coalition have over 100,000 individuals who receive our information worldwide. A number of our members are specialists in fields which are very important in researching and analyzing new trends between American and Eurasian (European and Asian) relations. We welcome new specialists who are interested in collaborating in our activities. See the Specialist Form for joining as an Associate of the Eurasia Center.