Budapest 10th - 11th June 2001
For more information please visit: www.osi.hu/ep/im2001
NO REGISTRATION FEES FOR CONFERENCE DELEGATES!!
The Open Society Institute is committed to the success of this conference. Feedback from participants has shown that registration costs are an issue, and therefore the conference registration fees for all participants will be paid for by OSI.
The conference will consist of:
ONE TO ONE CLINICS
Free one-to-one advice sessions covering:
Interactive presentation sessions for small groups of delegates, covering:
All participating organisations are invited to make a 15 minute presentation describing:
WHY SHOULD YOU COME TO THIS CONFERENCE?
If you're looking for business contacts in Western Europe, CEE or the CIS, this is the conference for you!
Organised by the Open Society Institute of the Soros foundations network, the Summit facilitates the interaction between potential business/development partners from across Europe. This year's conference themes are B2B services, B2C applications and education services.
The conference takes the form of a two-day meeting for delegates to interact with potential business/development partners from across Europe. It is a unique opportunity for Western European companies and organizations involved in electronic publishing to develop partnerships with organizations from Central and Eastern Europe, and the former Soviet Union.
It will provide an excellent opportunity to:
Please visit www.osi.hu/ep/im2001 or email Viktoria Levai, Conference Manager at: firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
NOT INTERESTED? YOU SHOULD BE!
This is the only conference of its kind and provides a unique, and cost effective, opportunity to meet with organisations from both sides of Europe and form good working partnerships!
For information about the last year's successful event, please visit:
Book online at: www.osi.hu/ep/im2001
Contact Viktoria Levai (email@example.com)
RESERVE YOUR PLACE BEFORE 28TH MAY 2001 TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT!!!!
Third Annual Summit
East - West Collaboration in the Development of Interactive Media
Park Hotel Flamenco, Budapest, Hungary
10 - 11th June 2001