Vienna, Austria (PRWEB UK) 5 April 2013
The Balkans Infrastructure & Construction 2013 Summit is taking place on the 29th–30th May in Vienna, Austria. The latest Ministry to confirm their participation is the Ambassador Dr. Johannes Kyrle, Secretary-General of the Federal Ministry for European and International Affairs, Austria. He joins a senior-level line with Ministers from each of the Western Balkan countries. IRN is also pleased to announce the participation of Zdenko Antešić, Deputy Minister Ministry of Maritime Affairs, Transport and Infrastructure, Croatia and Oliver Kumrić, Assistant Minister Ministry of Maritime Affairs, Transport and Infrastructure, Croatia.
IRN is proud to announce that Ambassador Dr. Johannes Kyrle, Secretary-General will provide the keynote speech introducing the first Balkans Infrastructure & Construction 2013 Summit. The Ambassador Dr. Johannes Kyrle will work alongside the Ministries of the key six Western Balkan countries to highlight the latest tender opportunities and outline a clear investment framework in the region.
The Balkans Infrastructure & Construction 2013 Summit is one of the first senior level summits that provides a platform for directors of state owned companies, EU institutions and international investors to come together and network. The BIC 2013 summit will address the most pressing questions around tendering, infrastructure delays, legal frameworks and transparency issues for fair competition. IRN is proud to offer its delegates the platform to enhance their knowledge of the business opportunities in the Balkans and forge new business relationships with like-minded people.
The summit takes place at a crucial time, when most of the countries in question are in discussions for obtaining EU candidate status. The BIC 2013 summit will bring together Ministers from transportation, infrastructure, regional development, maritime affairs, economy, communications and local self-government. The agenda features a detailed outline of the national infrastructure plan for each country, and the opportunities and challenges the Western Balkans offers for international tenders. Furthermore, issues around institutional frameworks, successful stories of PPP projects and open calls for tenders will all be discussed during the summit.
If you are interested in the most desirable infrastructure projects in the Balkan region, and for more information and registration inquiries, visit the website http://www.bicsummit.com or contact Jessica Jonah at JessicaJ(at)irn-international(dot)com.