Special Sponsorship Opportunities
The Eurasia Center formed The Eurasian Business Coalition as an alliance of businesses from America, Europe, and Asia which have joined to promote mutually beneficial multilateral trade, investment, and cooperation between companies and the nations of Eurasia. Corporations realize that in order to build and develop positive business environments where their products and services can become established and thrive, bridges and coalitions must be formed to strengthen bonds that will not break even in times of crisis.
We would like to invite your Company to help sponsor The Eurasia Center/The Eurasian Business Coalition's series of Conference and Summits, 'Evening with the Embassies' Series, and/or Art and Cultural presentations that we organize on a regular basis.
The EC/EBC organizes 3-4 premier Conferences per year: Doing Business with the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China & South Africa); The Silk Road Summit: Exploring Trade, Investment, and Business Opportunities on the New Silk Road; Doing Business with the Eurasian Economic Union (Russia, Belarus, Armenia, Kazakhstan & Kyrgyzstan); and others, such as Doing Business with The New European Union, depending on international developments.
Our Silk Road Summit – held at The US Capitol and The Ronald Reagan Building/International Trade Center – is attracting considerable interest and support from the Congress, US Government Agencies, and the international corporate and banking sectors...including the new Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), the Silk Road Bank, The World Bank and IMF, the European Bank for Reconstruction & Development (ERBD), the various regional development banks and more.
The Silk Road, BRICS, EEU and other Summit conferences offer exceptional marketing opportunities for companies to spotlight their capabilities, services and technologies – have their Washington representatives meet in person and build relationships – and gain unique exposure in the international industrial and investment communities. Corporations seeking to enter or expand their operations in the international marketplace can benefit from special industry and government contacts, take advantage of specific sector growth opportunities in these countries and become recognized as a sector leader in these areas of the globe.
Help Sponsor one or more of these events and your organization will reach not only the conference attendees – principals of US Government agencies, multilateral development banks and major corporations, trade associations, policy centers and foundations – but also the thousands of contacts we reach through emails and notices in the New York Times, Washington Post, and major news outlets internationally. Our conferences are televised in the United States and internationally as well.
These events will allow you and your colleagues to interact with those officials and business representatives from China, India, Kazakhstan, and many other New Silk Road nations who are actively seeking contact with American companies, both large and small, to open communication channels and expedite trade, direct investments, and a wide range of business opportunities. Participants include executives and representatives from U.S. corporations, and officials from U.S. Government agencies involved in trade promotion and overseas project financing.
The 'Evenings with the Embassies' Series is held at European and Asian (Eurasian) embassies in Washington, D.C. This series of seminars – focused on business developments, opportunities and partnerships in selected countries – is conducted with Ambassadors and their minister counselors, and top business officials from American, European, and Asian nations. We are planning future events at the Chinese, German, Korean and Indonesian Embassies to name a few. For Eurasia Center Art and Culture Programs, Exhibitions and special events, please visit www.eurasiaartfoundation.org
Please complete your Sponsorship/Membership Form and forward to Michael Cooper, Director of Conferences and Membership, at Director@eurasiacenter.org or call 202-494-0773