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EBRD, US Department of Commerce and the US Department of Treasury: CONSULTANCY OPPORTUNITIES FOR US FIRMS AND INDUSTRY EXPERTS

  • 09 Apr 2014
  • (EDT)
  • 11 Apr 2014
  • (EDT)
  • New York City & Washington, DC
EBRD, US Department of Commerce and the US Department of Treasury:

"CONSULTANCY OPPORTUNITIES FOR US FIRMS AND INDUSTRY EXPERTS"

The U.S. Department of Commerce, the U.S Department of Treasury, and the EBRD are organising a series of seminars in USA from 9 to 11 April 2014 focusing on opportunities for consultancy firms and individuals to work with the EBRD and its clients.

In 2013, the EBRD and its clients awarded more than 2,800 consultancy contracts, for a total of more than €173 million ($237 million equivalent). Consultancy firms and industry experts play a pivotal role in assisting the EBRD and its clients with preparation and implementation of investments along with fostering transition in the countries where the Bank operates.

During the seminars, speakers from the Technical Cooperation team of the EBRD will provide guidance and lessons learned on the how, dos and don'ts of successfully winning consultancy contracts with the EBRD. Participants will hear about strategies for winning contracts and the main differences between the EBRD and other donors or international financial institutions like the World Bank or the Inter-American Development Bank.

The EBRD and its Small Business Support (SBS) team are also looking to expand their network of advisers with experts from every sector, industry and specialisation. A particular priority at the moment is expertise in developing export strategy, but there are opportunities for a wide range of specialisations.

Individual experts are welcome to attend for more information. Organisations or associations representing industry leaders and experts are also encouraged to attend.

Speakers from the EBRD will provide guidance on how to become an international adviser for specific SME advisory projects and share insights on what projects entail. There will also be an opportunity for one-to-one meetings to assess suitability and discuss individual cases.


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