Dr Mamdouh G. Salameh, Expert of ESCP Europe's Research Centre for Energy Management (RCEM), has been invited to speak at the Post-Sanctions Iran International Business Conference. The event is organised by London Business Conference and will take place in London.
The conference will provide a platform for companies to engineer and nurture business opportunities in Iran’s major development sectors as well as highlighting key high value projects underway in the region. Delegates will be hearing from organisations and entities including Renaissance Capital, GAW Technologies, European-Business Alliance, British Bankers Association, Deutsche-Iranische Handelskammer eV, Cerce Iran Economie alongside former diplomatic staff to Tehran and former operators in the region before the sanctions were heightened.
Raj Venugopal, Key Account Manager, GAW Technologies
Charles Robertson, Global Chief Economist & Head of Macro-Strategy Renaissance Capital
Ellie Gerenmayeh, Policy Analyst, European Council Of Foreign Relations
Nigel Kushner, Director, British-Iranian Chamber of Commerce
Nigel Coulthard, President, Cercle Iran Economie
Amr Aboushaban, Chairman of Frontier Markets Business Development, Renaissance Capital
Michael Tockuss, Managing Director, Deutsche-Iranische Handelskammer eV
Full details of the business conference as well as registration information can be found here.
Please note that RCEM Members and Alumni will benefit from a special 15% reduction on the standard delegate rate. To take advantage of this offer, please use the promotional code IBO15RCEM15 when booking your place.
ESCP Europe's Research Centre for Energy Management will have a stand at the forum. Please do visit us there to find out more about our energy industry-related business education programmes: the part-time Executive Master in Energy Management, the Executive Energy Masterclass Series, the full-time MSc in Energy Management, and our series of specialised Advanced Master Classes.
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