GMIS-2019 will drive the Fourth industrial revolution

The GMIS-2019 is about to take off on July, 9. The summit is a joint venue of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) and the United Arab Emirates. Russia provides great opportunities for the development of industry and high technology. The UNIDO head Li Yong has repeatedly given positive assessments of the close cooperation of the international organization and Russia. The cooperation includes Russia’s support of participation in large-scale industrialization programs in developing countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America, which contribute to a positive image in these regions. Besides, Russia also provides industrial development and maintenance projects in Armenia, Belarus, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan. The signing of a cooperation agreement with the Eurasian Economic Commission and the provision of platforms for the St. Petersburg International Forum and GMIS-2019 were also noted by the UNIDO head as appositive move. In addition, the approaches of Russia and UNIDO to the solution of the socio-economic problems today are very common. The summit provides an opportunity to use all the necessary potential of the participating countries to expand cooperation with each other. The geographical location of Ekaterinburg on the border of Europe and Asia contributes to the development of economic relations of European entrepreneurs with partners from China, Japan and other Asian countries. The examples of the World Cup games in 2018 and the international industrial exhibition INNOPROM emphasize the availability of infrastructure facilities in the city for hosting major international events and accommodate up to 40,000 tourists per day. The organizer of the summit is preparing an exhibition of 100 startups, which includes the most promising sectors – the drivers of growth of the world economy and the Fourth Industrial Revolution. The willingness of international representatives to take part in the summit testifies their attitude towards Russia as a reliable trade and economic partner, which fulfills its obligations, despite US attempts to isolate Russia from the system of international relations.

SPIEF – 2019 to host more than 120 significant international business events

St. Petersburg International Economic Forum is about to take off in less than two weeks.

The Forum will host more than 120 events, including two plenary sessions, panel sessions, round tables, business breakfasts and TV debates, the Roskongress Foundation, the organizing committee of the forum, reports.

“According to the official website of SPIEF – 2019 there is a business program with speakers and moderators of discussions. The forum will take place on June 6–8, 2019. The main theme is “Forming grounds for sustainable development,” the message says. The program consists of four thematic blocks: “The World Economy in Search of Balance”, “The Russian Economy: Realizing the Goals of National Development”, “Technologies Approaching the Future”, “People are the top priority”.

“The business program of SPIEF-2019 is attended by representatives of the government, public organizations, and leaders of the business community. This year we will talk a lot about economic development and strengthening multilateral mutually beneficial cooperation between countries, including the role of Russia in the international arena, ”said Anton Kobyakov, Adviser to the President of the Russian Federation, Executive Secretary of the SPIEF Organizing Committee.

Zeynep Kartal’s Spring Summer 2016 collection

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Zeynep Kartal’s Spring Summer 2016 collection is inspired by a painting by James Tissot called Rue Royal.  The painting is a group of men, all very important aristocrats with a good sense of style and fashion.

Zeynep Kartal has reinterpreted this painting for her collection by eliminating its male dominance and celebrating today’s strong,
influential, independent and urban woman.

The collection is all about female strength and elegance.  Kartal’s Spring Summer 2016 collection featured angelically soft colours and flawless embodiment of ultimate feminine styles together with encrusting and minimalistic transparent designs across Freemasons’ Gallery.  Kartal’s collection used luxury fabrics such as silk crepe, embroidery, lace and georgette.

 

About Zeynep Kartal

Zeynep launched the Zeynep Kartal brand beginning of 2013, following more than twenty years of experience in the fashion industry in a variety of areas including textile, design, production and marketing.

Turkish designer has now made a splash in the celebrity-filled red carpets of the UK, and wowing the catwalks of London’s Fashion Week with her elegant silhouettes and modern lines sought after by a growing number of American & British celebrities including Whitney Port, Lady Jude, Emma Miller, Rochal Humes, Lady Gaga, Coleen Rooney, Pixie Lott, Amanda Holden, Marina and The Diamonds, Michelle Keegan & Cheryl Cole.

‘My collections are elegant, timeless, sophisticated, and because of the detailed elements every piece of the collection is unique and tailored to fit.  For each collection, I aim to give the Zeynep Kartal ethos for every woman who wears a Zeynep Kartal dress a feeling of stylish sophistication and self-confidence.’

The Zeynep Kartal aesthetic creates a distinctive sense of elegance and femininity using the finest fabrics including natural silk, crepe, lace, and lurex silk hand-made embellishments.  Zeynep feels those pieces create a distinctive sense of femininity and influences are key in the Zeynep Kartal brand.  Zeynep’s aim is to encourage women to find their own style and to feel confident in their appearance. ‘Zeynep Kartal’s’ signature style is smooth and sophisticated elegance.

Zeynep likes to take on more than one challenge, and has also launched a ‘Little Ladies’  which is a unique childrenswear collection, that aims to give ‘Little Ladies’ a touch of ladylike elegance which is another ‘Zeynep Kartal’s’ unique range.

Tolga CAKIR – LONDON

 

 

 

Poor Richard- Greece can be Saved

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Greece can be saved and so can the rest of world.
If we forgive the interest rates and just ask that they repay. Wouldn’t it be more beneficial to regain the principal of a loan rather than losing everything?
The major banks would be the losers because they lose the benefit of compound interest or even simple interest. It is those interest payments that add up fast.
Another plus is that it would rein in the major banks as well. The loss of income for them means that they will be more careful making loans in the future, because many bankers would face salary pay cuts rather than living off government guarantees of deposits as they do now.