America Georgia Business Council 19th Annual Meeting

  • Baker & McKenzie 815 Connecticut Ave NW, #900 washington, dc 20006 USA

Where: Offices of Baker & McKenzie

815 Connecticut Avenue, NW, #900 Washington, DC 20006

When: December 7th, 2016

The AGBC will address policy and business initiatives that may help Georgia and U.S. companies involved in Georgia to capitalize on free trade arrangements with the European Union, Turkey, CIS countries, and China. We will look at success stories and explore desirable reforms to policies and practices in Georgia within a regional context.  Georgia can attract foreign direct investment and generate job growth through legal and regulatory reforms that could make it the premier investing destination to access the New Silk Road's market of 2.5 billion people.  

Confirmed Speakers

Bruce Andrews, Deputy Secretary of Commerce

Levan Davitashvili, Minister of Agriculture, Georgia

Bridget Brink, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, USA

Judith Pryor, Vice President, External Affairs, Overseas Private Investment Corporation

Mercedes Vera-Martin, Deputy Division Chief, International Monetary Fund

George Tsikolia, Charge D'affaires, Embassy of Georgia

Ivo Konstantinov, Economic and Trade Counselor, Embassy of Bulgaria in the USA

Danica R. StarksPolicy Team Director, Office of Russia, Ukraine & Eurasia, U.S. Department of Commerce

Kenneth Angel, Managing Director, Small and Medium Enterprise Finance, Overseas Private Investment Corporation

Greg Saunders, Senior Director, International Affairs, BP America

S. Enders Wimbush, Partner, Stratevarious

Jeffrey Liebert, CEO, Gazelle Finance Fund

Dimitri Tvildiani, Partner, American Hospital in Georgia

Jonathan Nelms, Partner, Baker McKenzie

Mamuka Tsereteli, President, AGBC

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