ITCIS representatives took part in Taiwan Business Leader’s Forum Our Company represantatives have shared ideas about business perspectives of future cooperation between Taiwan and CIS
ITCIS has participated in PTS exhibition in Belarus Our Company has visited Belarus and participated in one of the biggest local exhibition
ITCIS has decided to open branch office in Taipei Our Company is going to open Branch office in Taipei. We suppose to complete all formall procedures before the end of August.
ITCIS released multilanguage Web-site For better understanding of our company and it's opperations in the CIS and Asia we lunched our new Web-site!
ITCIS has visited COMPUTEX ITCIS has visited Computex and got marketing materials from local IT producers
On December 19, 2008, ITCIS director Aleksandr Du and strategic planning adviser Vitali Borovoi took part in Taiwan Business Leader's Forum. The main topic of discussion at the Forum was global financial crisis and its potential implications for the economy of East Asia and Taiwan in particular. The general tone of the discussion that followed the presentation made by Dr. Tony Michell (Mg Dr, Korea Associates Business Consultancy, Northeast Asia Regional Analyst for AXP) and Jonathan Lee (Sr. Director, Fitch Ratings) was relatively optimistic, as most of the business leaders and experts present express their belief that East Asia and Taiwan would be more quick to recover from the crisis due to their prudent financial strategies.
The forum was also attended by Igor Lobanov, Chief expert, Division of Economic Cooperation, Representative Office in Taipei for the Moscow-Taipei Coordination Commission on Economic and Cultural Cooperation, who is in charge of developing economic ties between Russia and Taiwan. While discussing the future prospects of Russian-Taiwanese cooperation in the field of industrial and computer technologies with ITCIS' representatives, Mr. Lobanov mentioned that despite recent financial turmoil, volume of trade between Russia and Taiwan this year could reach 4 billion dollars, which is a record figure for bilateral trade. He also expressed his support to the efforts that ITCIS is investing into bringing Taiwanese high-tech production to the Russian market and agreed that a lot more could be done to realize the hidden potential of Russian-Taiwanese economic ties.
ITCIS Marketing Team