The Belarusian delegation, which includes heads of government agencies, large industrial enterprises, organizations, and business associations, is taking part in the International Business Week taking place in Ufa (Republic of Bashkortostan, Russian Federation). The Belarusian Chamber of Commerce and Industry is represented by the General Director of the Minsk Branch of the BelCCI Sergei Nabeshko.
The International Business Week is an annual economic event that brings together government officials, business communities and experts from various fields, as well as a professional platform for discussion and development of dialogue between the state and business. The forum will be held from November 22 to December 1 at the Toratau Congress Hall in Ufa. About four thousand people will take part in the events. Among them are representatives of federal and regional authorities, development institutions and business associations, members of delegations from 21 countries and 89 regions of Russia.
As part of the forum, an area for B2B business negotiations has been organized, where guests and participants can share experiences and expand their business contacts.
The 16th International Business Week was opened by the Prime Minister of the Government of the Republic of Bashkortostan, Andrey Nazarov.
The agenda of the first day of the International Business Week included discussions of government support measures for entrepreneurs, the digital future of construction, e-commerce success stories, and business protection in the new international reality.
On November 23, the General Director of the Minsk Branch of the BelCCI, Sergey Nabeshko, spoke at the session "The Day After Tomorrow of the Union State. Trends and Development Potential" with a report on the development of interregional cooperation between chambers.
In his speech, Sergey Nabeshko emphasized the important role of Chambers of Commerce and Industry as a platform for exchanging ideas and promoting mutually beneficial cooperation. He noted that there is constant interaction between regional chambers of Belarus and Russia, joint business events are regularly held, visits are exchanged, and business circles visit exhibitions and fairs, successfully participating in them. All of this contributes to establishing business contacts and implementing partnership projects.
On behalf of the Belarusian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the Minsk Branch General Director invited the leadership of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Republic of Bashkortostan and business circles of Russian regions to participate in the events within the framework of the Forum of Regions of Belarus and Russia, which will be held in June next year in Vitebsk. In turn, the Belarusian Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Belarusian business circles received an invitation to the events dedicated to the 450th anniversary of Ufa.