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The North America-Mongolia Business Council Newsletter


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The North America-Mongolia Business Council, Inc. 

Since 1990, Mongolia’s key link to Canada & the USA

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NEWSLETTER      March 15, 2013

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RE:         Public events in US & Canada during the North America visit of Parliament Chairman Enkhbold and Ulaanbaatar Governor Bat-Uul, March 18-28; Mongolian student wins logo design contest for 40th anniversary of Canada-Mongolia relations; April 19 is registration deadline for NAMBC’s 23rd AGM, Washington, DC, May 7-8

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Open-to-the-Public Events during Enkhbold/Bat-Uul delegation visit to the US and Canada – From March 17 to March 29, Parliament Chairman Z. Enkhbold and Ulaanbaatar Governor/Mayor E. Bat-Uul will visit Denver, Washington, DC, New York City, Ottawa, and Vancouver. Governor Bat-Uul will also visit Calgary. The following events are open to the public. Two of the three are free; all require an RSVP.

Denver – Monday evening, March 18, 6:00 PM – Reception at the Denver Botanical Gardens, 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM, hosted by the Denver Botanic Gardens, Wagner Equipment, Inc. and the Ulaanbaatar-Denver Sister Cities Committee, in honor of Chairman Enkhbold, Governor Bat-Uul, Mongolian Ambassador to the US Bulgaa Altangerel and the Mongolian Delegation; FREE but RSVP required to Honorary Consul Office in Denver by 12:00 Noon, March 18, (303) 981-8274, legalsupport@wagenlander.com.

Denver – Tuesday morning, March 19, 8:00 AM —  “Discovering Mongolia: A Conversation with Speaker Enkhbold,” 8:00 AM to 9:15 AM; breakfast and public forum on Mongolia and business in Mongolia with Speaker Enkhbold and other panelists; at the Knoebel School of Hospitality Management at the University of Denver, 2044 East Evans Avenue, Joy Burns Center. This program is sponsored by the World Trade Center Denver, the Daniels College of Business and the NAMBC; famed Mongolian columnist and TV commentator, D. Jargalsaikhan, will be the moderator. Fee: $35 for World Trade Center Members; $45 for Non-Members; advance registration required, www.wtcdenver.org  See flyer attached. Both Speaker Enkhbold and Jargalsaikhan earned International MBAs at the University of Denver.

 

Vancouver – Thursday afternoon, March 28, 3:00 PM— “Current Developments in Mongolia,” an address by Speaker Enkhbold followed by a panel discussion, sponsored by the University of British Columbia Institute of Asian Research, Program on Inner Asia at the UBC Robson Square Center, Room C215, 800 Robson Street in downtown Vancouver, BC; Speaker Enkhbold will be introduced by Anna Biolik, former Canadian Ambassador to Mongolia. Panelists include Charles Krusekopf, Royal Roads University and Executive Director, American Center for Mongolian Studies; Dirk van Zyl, Norman B Keevil Institute of Mining Engineering, UBC; Jonathan Lotz, Heenan Blaikie; and Julian Dierkes, Institute of Asian Research, UBC. FREE but advance registration is requested at

http://bit.ly/mongoliamarch28.

April 19 is registration deadline for NAMBC 2013 Annual General Meeting,  Washington, DC, May 7-8 ; Non-Members welcome — The registration deadline for the NAMBC’s 23rd Annual General Meeting (AGM) in Washington, DC, May 7-8, 2013 is April 19,  after which a US$75 late fee is imposed. A registration form is available below. Non-members are warmly welcome.

The AGM starts on the evening of Tuesday, May 7, with an opening reception at the Mongolian Embassy hosted by Ambassador Bulgaa Altangerel, followed on Wednesday, May 8, by a full day of presentations and discussion, including lunch. Speakers will include senior US Government officials, diplomats of Mongolia, the US and Canada, and a panel of experts on Mongolia with a cumulative 80 years hands-on experience of and in the country.

Venue for the 2013 AGM is the Residence Inn Arlington Capital View, 2850 South Potomac Avenue, Arlington, VA 22202, 10 minutes from Reagan National Airport and close by a Metro station. April 15 is the deadline for reserving hotel rooms at the NAMBC group rate of US$219 per night for single or double occupancy, which includes breakfast. To make room reservations at the discounted rate, click on the link below to reach the automated reservation system for the hotel; that site already contains the group code (namnama). If you wish to reserve rooms for check-in before May 6 or check-out after May 9 OR if you encounter any difficulty with the online system, please contact our event manager at the hotel, Ms. Latoya Swan, Latoya.Swan@renaissancehotels.com, telephone (571) 814-4048 . Be sure to mention that you are reserving at the NAMBC rate.

Paste the following address into your browser to access the hotel’s online reservation page:

http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/wasry-residence-inn-arlington-capital-view/?toDate=5/9/13&groupCode=namnama&stop_mobi=yes&fromDate=5/7/13&app=resvlink

Mongolian mining student wins logo design competition for 40th anniversary of Mongolia-Canada diplomatic relations — Seventy-four designs were received in the competition among Mongolian students sponsored by the Canadian Embassy in Ulaanbaatar to design the logo commemorating the 40th anniversary of Canada-Mongolia diplomatic relations. The winning design was submitted by B. Bold-Erdene, a second year mining student at the Mongolian University of Science and Technology. Canadian Ambassador Greg Goldhawk  presented Bold-Erdene with a new iPhone 5 as a prize, noting that the independent selection panel found it difficult to make a final choice because all the entries reflected different facets of the bilateral relationship. Mongolia opened diplomatic relations with Mongolia on November 30, 1973. The Canadian Embassy in UB opened in 2008. The design is in the public domain and all Canadian companies involved in Mongolia are welcome to use it during this anniversary year.

 

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Please note the AGM registration form below.

As always, fastest way to reach me directly is at steve@nambc.org

Steve

Steve Saunders
President
NAMBC
1015 Duke Street
Alexandria, VA 22314-3511 USA
703-549-8444

Cell 703-994-9861
steve@nambc.org
www.nambc.org

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North America-Mongolia Business Council, Inc.

23rd Annual General Meeting

7-8 May 2013 – Washington, DC

AGM REGISTRATION FORM

Registration deadline is April 19, after which a late registration penalty of US$75 per person is assessed.  For NAMBC Members Only, 2nd and all other delegates from the same company receive a 20% discount.

 

After filling out this form, send it by email to hqinfo@nambc.org or by fax to 01+ (703) 549-6526. Please fill out a separate form for each delegate if you are registering more than one.

 

Name (as you wish nametag to read):

Position Title:

Organization/Company:

Mailing address & postal code:

Telephone (land line or cell):

Direct email address for each delegate:

Registration Category/fee per person (circle or boldface one):

Non-Members — US$1500 per person

Corporate Voting Members of NAMBC or BCM Members – US$720 per person

Mongolian-owned companies:

Small: US$300     Medium:  US$500    Large: US$750

Non-Profit Organizations/International Organizations — US$375

US and Canadian Government personnel — US$100

Full-time university professors – US$100

University student enrolled led full-time — US$50

Members of Canadian Alumni of Mongolia (CAM) or US Alumni of Mongolia (USAM) under 25 if not employed fulltime— $50

Remittance will be paid (check or boldface one) by check __by wire transfer___

Mail checks, drawn in US dollars on a US bank to the order of “NAMBC”, to:

2013 AGM, NAMBC, 1015 Duke Street, Alexandria, VA 22314 USA. For wire transfer instructions, contact hqinfo@nambc.org