Patrick Schwerdtfeger is available to speak in Moscow as a leading authority on technology (including ‘big data’) and global business trends. He’s the author of the award-winning book Marketing Shortcuts for the Self-Employed (2011, Wiley) and a regular speaker for Bloomberg TV. If you are planning a business conference at the Renaissance Moscow Monarch Centre on Ленинградский, the Ritz-Carlton right across from the Kremlin and Red Square, the Hotel Ismailovo Vega, the Nobel Conference Hall, the Hilton Moscow Leningradskaya Hotel or some other convention facility in Moscow, Russia, Patrick will deliver the excitement and buzz you’re looking for. As a motivational keynote speaker, his primary objective is to leave attendees inspired, energized and excited to improve their businesses.
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Moscow has many conference facilities, including:
- EXPOCENTRE on Krasnopresnenskaya naberezhnaya 14
- Best Western Plus Vega Hotel & Convention Center on izmailovskoe shosse 71
- Moscow State University on Leninskiye Gory
- Baltschug Kempinski on ul Balchug
- Steklov Institute of Mathematics on Ulica Gubkina
- Other meeting spaces in Mytishchi, Khimki and Balashikha
General Information about Moscow, Russia, for Meeting Planners
Moscow is the capital city of Russia, and also it’s largest metropolitan area. The 2010 census estimated the population at over 11 million people. The city is a major center for business conferences and conventions, and has significant infrastructure to host large conferences. Facilities include the Renaissance Moscow Monarch Center, Swissotel Conference Center, the Melody Hotel and the Congress Iris Hotel. The city is centered around the Kremlin and is located along the Moskva River. Here is Patrick’s economic forecast for Russia.
2014 Business Conventions in Moscow, Russia
Numerous business conferences are being hosted in Moscow in 2014. 3rd All-Russia (International) Conference on Concrete and Reinforced Concrete, hosted by the Russian Federation will be held in May at Leninskiy prospekt, 14. Investment Banking vs. Consulting, hosted by Keystone Investment Banking and Capital Markets Student Society will be held in March. CityPipe 2014: International Trade Fair “Piping Systems for Municipal Infrastructure”, hosted by CityPipe 2014: International Trade Fair “Piping Systems for Municipal Infrastructure” will be held in June at IEC “Crocus Expo” 66km MKAD. Wealth Management And Private Banking: Russia & CIS Conference, hosted by Russia & CIS Conference, will be held in April at Marriott Grand Hotel.
2013 Business Conferences in Moscow, Russia
Several meetings and conferences will be held in Moscow, Russia. Some of these include the 35th ECIR European Conference on Information Retrieval by the Higher School of Economics which will be held in March at the Digital October Center. In addition, the Russia Power will take place at the ExpoCentre in March. On one hand, the International Exhibition and Conference “Mining and Processing of Metal and Minerals” by Mining World Russia will be held in May at Crocus Congress Centre. Also, the 11th World Congress of Perinatal Medicine of the World Association of Perinatal Medicine will be held in June at the Crocus Congress Centre.
Moscow Food Choices for Convention Attendees
When visiting Moscow for a business convention, you may wish to try a few of the local hot spots. Themed as a Ukrainian farm, Shinok (Phone: 495-255-0204) at Ul 1905 Goda 2 recommends vareniki (a Ukrainian derivative of pelmeni) as servers talk with Ukrainian accents. An acronym for “Tsentralny Dom Literatov” (Central House of Writers), TsDL (Phone: 495-291-1515) at Ul Povarskaya 50 in Barrikadnaya is a fancy Russian restaurant with a glittery chandelier and plush carpets housed in a historic building. Glavpivtorg (Phone: 8-901-564-5955) at Ul Bolshaya Lubyanka 5 is an upscale Soviet drinking joint that serves three varieties of beer brewed in-house. Opposite a former Lubyanka prison, Shield & Sword (Phone: 495-222-4446) at Ul Bolshaya Lubyanka 13/16 exudes of Soviet fare as it features local dishes like chicken kiev and pelmeni.
Moscow Attractions for Conference Delegates
If you have concluded your business conference in Moscow, then take a day or two to visit the Red Square, St. Basil’s Cathedral, the Moscow Kremlin and the Boshoi Theatre. Take a trip to the Red Square where some of the world’s most watched military parades take place surrounded by the Kremlin walls and Lenin’s tomb. Experience ancient spiritualism at the St. Basil’s Cathedral, built by Ivan the Terrible in the 16th century. The Moscow Kremlin is also nearby to give you an experience of the world’s most noted heritage site. Feel the rhythm of Moscow at the Bolshoi Theater recently re-opened that was originally built in the 16th century.