The expedition to St. Petersburg 23-25 maya.Idet set of participants!

In late May, we go to the next exciting journey to study the industrial and high-tech industries in Russia. At this time in the Rostov region! If you or your friends — undergraduates, graduate students and young scientists, economists, managers, or even anti-crisis managers, employees of enterprises, businessmen and technicians — all who are passionate about industrial production or working in it. Get involved! 

I would like to see the innovation? Learn how interesting ideas put into practice and create a unique production sites? — Then you just us.

 

If you've always wanted to visit on this plant, learn from what and how things are done, which we use if for student work and research we need practical information "first-hand" on the business, if you want to communicate with professionals — completed application and send to the organizers of the educational program.

The expedition route "Rostov Region" will be held from 23 to 25 May 2012. Planned to visit the 9 modernized food processing, light industry, automobile, steel and other industries , as well as plants for the production of building materials, electrical equipment, medical devices, and other items, including familiarity with the production cycle, meetings with managers and specialists of enterprises, discussions, press conferences.

 

 
Creating groups is carried out on a competitive basis.
Accommodation, food, transport costs within the expedition by the organizers. Directions to Rostov-on-Don and back — at the expense of the participants.
Those wishing to participate in the expedition can send the completed form by e-mail: industrialrussia@mail.ru marked "Application form-23-25.05." Applications will be accepted until May 15. Learn more and download an application form, please visit www.IndustrialRussia.ru

 

 

Participants were selected by the expedition will be notified by phone or e-mail on May 17.
 
Program Coordinator — Karpukhina Anna, tel.: 8-925-096-9711 8 (495) 741-0197 741-0198

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