February 17-18, 2005
The U.S.-Russia Technology Symposium (the “Symposium”), held annually at Stanford University, is the premiere investor conference on the Russian technology and emerging growth sectors.
This year’s 2005 Symposium will take place February 17-18, 2005.
The Symposium cultivates a transatlantic network of businesspeople and policymakers with an interest in Russian technology and publicizes such technology among investors unfamiliar with Russia’s scientific potential.
The Symposium adds value to four sets of U.S.-Russia commercial relationships: (1) venture capitalist-entrepreneur, (2) venture capitalist-limited partner, (3) professional service firms – entrepreneurial community, and (4) policymakers – entrepreneurial community. The Symposium’s theme is timely in light of Russia’s desire to diversify its economy beyond oil and gas.
Former U.S. Secretary of Defense William Perry and Russian Minister of Education and Science Andrei Fursenko are co-chairs of the Symposium, which is a Dow Jones/Wall Street Journal event.
Speakers this year include:
Ray Bingham, Executive Chairman, Cadence Design Systems
Coit Blacker, Director, Stanford Institute for Int’l Studies
Patricia Cloherty, CEO, Delta Capital Management
Arcady Dvorkovich, Head, President’s Putin’s Council of Experts
Esther Dyson, EDVenture Holdings
Sergei Generalov, Director, Russian Investor Protection Association
Robert Grady, Partner, Carlyle Venture Partners
Carly Fiorina, CEO, Hewlett-Packard
David Iakobashvili, CEO, Wimm-Bill-Dann
Andrei Illarionov, Economic Adviser to Pres. Putin
Pierre Lamond, Partner, Sequoia Capital
George Shultz, Hoover Institution
Robert Stevens, CEO, Lockheed Martin (tentative)
…and many more. For more information, please visit www.usrts.org.
Interested parties can register for the Symposium at www.usrts.org or by calling:
877.DJCONF1 or 877.352.6631 (in the U.S.)
+1.831.637.1143 (outside of the U.S.)
We are pleased to offer members of the U.S.-Russia Chamber of Commerce of New England a reduced fee of $1195, a $200 discount from the ordinary registration fee of $1,395. To claim this reduced fee, please quote promotional code USRCCNE01 when registering. Confirmation of USRCCNE membership will be required at registration.
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