LogOn Baltic Open seminar in Saint Petersburg on 17th of April, 2008
Turku School of Economics, Lead Partner of the Interreg III B project LogOn Baltic “Developing Regions through Spatial Planning and Logistics & ICT Competence” in co-operation with the Saint Petersburg State University for Engineering and Economics cordially invites you to an open seminar on the theme of:
“DEVELOPING SAINT PETERSBURG LOGISTICS”
Thursday, April 17th 2008 at 14:00 hours
Saint Petersburg State University for Engineering and Economics,
27 Marata St., Saint Petersburg, 191002
LogOn Baltic proposes solutions to develop efficient ICT and logistics uses as well as related infrastructure that better serves the interests of regions as well as small and medium sized enterprises and other firms to increase their competitiveness.
The seminar will highlight the following themes:
- The current state of logistics in Saint Petersburg and future development
- Key findings across 9 Baltic Sea regions of two surveys on the level, costs and needs of Logistics and ICT usage with 1,200+ respondents in each.
- Automotive Supply Chains in Emerging Markets
- Regional development related to logistics and ICT in Saint Petersburg
Open seminar programme (PDF) http://info.tse.fi/logonbaltic/uudetsivut/files/Invitation_Open%20seminar_SPb.pdf
The LogOn Baltic open seminar is part of the 7th International Applied Scientific Conference: “Logistics: Contemporary development trends” on 17.-18.4.2008 organised by the Saint Petersburg State University for Engineering and Economics.
The annual event brings together some 200 logistics researchers, academics, teachers and students from the Russian Federation as well as international guests. The conference programme is available at www.engec.ru/ru/scientific_effort/conference/7_NPK/
You may also opt to participate only the Logon Baltic Open seminar.
Registration by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
For further information visit: www.engec.ru/ru/scientific_effort/conference/7_NPK/reg/
For further information, please visit our homepage www.logonbaltic.info
Contact information: LogOn Baltic Project Office, Turku School of Economics Rehtorinpellonkatu 3, FI–20500 TURKU, FINLAND
phone: +358 2 4814 330