April 8, 2013; 6-8pm
Downtown Harvard Club, One Federal Street, 38th Floor, Boston, MA 02110
Please join the US-Russia Chamber of Commerce of New England for a discussion on "The Challenges of Becoming a Global Company. ENRC Case Study: Kazakhstan." Top management from the ENRC will share the challenges their company faced during their transformation into a global company. Founded in Kazakhstan in 1994, ENRC has worked to create a leading diversified natural resources group with integrated mining, processing, energy, logistical and marketing operations. ENRC became one of only two Kazakh companies to list on the London Stock Exchange and grow into a truly global enterprise, with operations in the UK, Switzerland, China, Kazakhstan, Russia, Brazil, and six African nations. ENRC is now a thriving international business with yearly revenue in excess of US$7 billion, approved capital expenditures of around US$2.7 billion for 2012 and nearly 80,000 employees.
Admission to this event includes antipasta station and hor d’euvres. Cash bar.
Parking is $10 for the evening if entering the building garage after 5 pm.
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