Russian Pre-Oscar Red Carpet Party American-Russian Business Council invites you to join for an evening of glitz and glamour at the Pre-Oscar Russian Red Carpet Party
Guest speaker Daniel Treisman is Professor of Political Science at the University of California, Los Angeles. He received his Ph.D. in Government from Harvard University in 1995. His work focuses on the politics and political economy of Russia, and on comparative political economy (in particular, the determinants of good government and the politics of macroeconomic policy). His latest book is The Return: Russia’s Journey from Gorbachev to Medvedev, The Free Press, 2011.
Lovely Celebration of the Old Style Russian New Year in Las Vegas with Natalia Lapina, great food and entertainment!
This quarter's ARBC business mixer fell right in the middle of Russian Christmas and the Old New Year. There was plenty to celebrate as well as discuss. We had a great turnout, with representatives from many different industries, including medicine, entertainment, real estate, beauty advertising, publishing, marketing, finance, sports and many others. Alex Durmashkin, President of the organization, gave opening remarks about American-Russian Business Council and introduced Father Alexander Lebedev of the Holy Transfiguration Russian Orthodox Church in Los Angeles who provided the group with an overview of Russian Christmas traditions and old Russian calendar that was replaced in 1918. Isla Cantina Restaurant provided excellent hospitality, service, food, drinks and music.
American-Russian Business Council has held its “Social Media in the Russian Community” networking event on September 8 in Los Angeles. The event featured Michael Whelan, marketing manager for Qualcomm Incorporated, and Dave Peck, author of Think Before You Engage: 100 Questions to Ask Before Starting a Social Media Marketing Campaign. “Social media has become a part of today’s culture and has quickly been adopted for both business and personal means,” said Alex Durmashkin, president of the American-Russian Business Council.
Kremlin swings at a US icon – but hits a Russian business - Yahoo News
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Billion-dollar Russian fund with US and EU advisers shows dilemma facing ... - U.S. News & World Report
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