BCM proudly announces the 1st Annual Business Council of Mongolia Summit on 21 April, 2016 at Blue Sky Hotel and Tower.
The Business Council of Mongolia (BCM), established in 2007 and currently operating with around 240 local and international member organizations, is organizing the 1st Annual BCM Summit on 21 April 2016 at Blue Sky Hotel and Tower. The summit is organized as part of BCM mission to make constructive contributions to enhancing the business environment in Mongolia, promoting increased trade and investment in the country and meeting the critical needs of its members. Objective of the 1st Annual BCM Summit is to:
-Provide a wide spectrum of informative, meaningful and innovative topics to assist professionals and businesses in Mongolia develop and grow in the coming years.
-Identify and raise common issues faced by the business community and BCM members that need to be addressed by the next government.
-Distribute the Summit Proceedings widely to members, political parties and public including summary of discussed issues and recommendations for further action and consideration.
How different is this Summit from other conferences?
Diversity: it provides a wide spectrum of informative, meaningful and innovative topics to assist professionals and business stakeholders in Mongolia develop and grow in the coming years;
Advocacy: your voices and issues facing your business and sector will be heard by the political parties before election for further action and consideration through the Summit Proceedings. To achieve this, BCM will collect your issues and recommendations before the Summit, compile them with discussions to be raised by the speakers during the Summit and distribute the final Post-Summit Proceedings widely to public and political parties before upcoming election.
Follow-up: BCM will follow-up on Summit Proceedings as to how political parties reflect the issues and recommendations from the business community in their election campaign and to what extent it has been addressed.
Publicity: Results of the Summit Proceedings will be publicized in media including TV, government and daily newspaper, journals, websites, social media and online forums.
Focus: Agenda consists of a panel on international finance and 5 sessions on mining & industrial supply; business strategies in an economic downturn; capital markets; innovative business trends; UB city projects, the elections and a macroview of the Government since 2012. In conclusion a summary of Summit proceedings including, most importantly, a wrap-up of issues and recommendations from the business community targeted to political parties. Click here to see the latest agenda.
200 people representing various business sectors
25 high-level business leaders and decision-makers as featured speakers and panelists
How to voice your opinion and issue?
Please respond to the following two questions and submit by email to Bayarmaa, Vice Director at firstname.lastname@example.org or click here to post your response in an online forum on BCM website:
What are the top issues and challenges of your business and sector in relation to the regulatory environment that needs to be addressed by the political parties for the next government period? (please list maximum 3 top issues)
What are your recommendations on those issues? Please submit your response by 11 April 2016. Guideline on how to use BCM Forum and other interactive features of BCM website can be found here.
BCM members’ special rate: 100,000MNT
Regular fee: 120,000MNT
Want to exhibit?
Book a booth and build your own stand designated to suit your brand image. Booth price is USD500. Please click here to see the booth guidelines. Contact Otgoo via email@example.com.
Need more information?
For any other information related with the 1st Annual BCM Summit, please contact BCM Project