Were you born in Eurasia (Ukraine, Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Armenia, Kirghizia)? Do you speak Russian? Do you manage an established business in Canada? Are you employed or going to University in Canada? Are you currently developing a project related to the countries of Eurasia (export/import of services and goods)? The more of these criteria apply to you the better potential assistant you are to the Eurasian small businesses.
Moreover, you are a part of a drive mechanism to facilitate the export of Eurasian SMEs, ease their experience of interacting with foreigners and make Eurasia appealing for global businesses.
As this only becomes possible with your close occupational interaction and business communication with them, depending on your background, we invite you to assist Eurasian SMEs as a volunteer in the following roles: entrepreneur, skilled professional, matchmaker, brand ambassador, advisor / consultant, coach/mentor, lawyer, interpreter, researcher, and investor.
The Eurasian diaspora project and the Virtual consultation round are supported by the Institute of European, Russian and Eurasian Studies of Carleton University.
Consultation rounds take place predominantly in Russian with a slight support in English.
FOLLOW-UP OF THE LAST CONSULTATION ROUND
Download the program.
The video replay of the consultation round is available for your review at any time on CERBA official YouTube channel.
Below we uploaded the slides of presentations made by the speakers.
SESSION 1: Presentations of Eurasian SMEs
SESSION 2: Practical Guidance for Doing Business in Canada
Mr. SERGEY GERASIN
Lawyer at SDN Legal Inc.
Topic: Forms of the legal presence of foreign entities in Canada
Mr. ALEXANDRE KAVALIOU
President and CEO of European Natural Solutions, Inc.
Topic: Best practices of selling food products to Canadian retail chains
We look forward to your participation in the succeeding consultation rounds.
For more information and enrolment in the Eurasian diaspora project please, contact :
CERBA Montreal and Ottawa Chapter
Tel: +1 (514) 516 1178