Welcome to our first monthly Joint chamber Business Breakfast in this season! ILCC organises discussion jointly with Swedish and Swiss Chambers in Latvia.
The topic of the panel discussion: Administrative territorial reform – should the business worry about it?
The aim is to discuss how the Administrative territorial reform will affect the business environment in Riga, other cities and counties of Latvia.
Invited visitors come primarily from companies, embassies, as well as other audiences and selected media.
Speakers of the Panel Discussion:
Viesturs Zeps, Advisor to the Minister of the Environmental Protection and Regional Development, Deputy of Riga City Council (”Latvijas attīstībai”), Board Member of Riga Free Port
Viktors Valainis, Deputy of the Saeima (ZZS), Executive Director of Big Cities Association
Gatis Galviņš, Board Member at Eolus Ltd, Wind Energy Association in Latvia
Valters Kaže, Dr. oec. RISEBA University, Business Consultant
Topics to be discussed:
a. Will larger municipalities mean more investment?
b. Will larger municipalities mean more jobs and a better workforce?
c. How will the maintenance and development of roads and other infrastructure change?
d. How will the construction board’s work with businesses and its amenability?
Date: 18 October, 2019
Time: from 08.00
Venue: Radisson Blu Elizabete Hotel
Admission: EUR 20 for members of the respective chamber, EUR 35 – others
We express our gratitude to our members RISEBA University of Arts and Technology and EOLUS Ltd for the support of the event.
The last registration date for participation is October 17, 2019
Cancellations after October 17 (12.00 o’clock) are non-refundable. Registrants may send a substitute instead of requesting a refund before October 17. Please provide the ILCC office with the name and company of your substitute at: email@example.com
* The event will be photographed for ILCC illustration and information purposes. Please notify ILCC office, if you do not want to be photographed.Thank you for your interest in the event. Due to the limited seating and extremely high interest the registration is closed. The event is fully sold out.