Media training in Istanbul
At the media training, Ivan Poltavets and Umut Egitimci made presentations that aimed to help the client with one major goal: making them look confident on TV and getting the exact messages and quotes the company wants in the final, edited, stories. The training also provided information on shaping a simple, 3-part, 30-second message, no matter how complicated the subject matter is. At the end of the informative sessions, the demonstration part featured one-on-one videotaped sessions with trial interviews.
Stober Poltavets & Associates provides varying levels of media training for front line employees to CEOs of international companies and load it with fresh, relevant and engaging examples of the right and wrong way to protect your company brand. With almost 20 years of TV, radio, newspaper & magazine experience, the Stober Poltavets team is able to provide tips, tricks of the trade and even simulate live interviews to help the client take advantage of their media opportunities.
Swedish Chamber of Commerce for Russia & CIS annual meeting
The event provided for an overview of the macro political- and economical situation in the region and gave some unique hands-on insights from businesses such as RusForest and from the Swedish diplomatic community. The keynote speech was given by former Ukrainian Minister of Economy Mr. Aivaras Abromavicius who gave a background to reforms implemented so far but he also shared his candid views about the current political situation in the country.
Kyiv Post Capturing new markets conference
The Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement concluded with the European Union is an important instrument for advancing Ukrainian exports into EU but also other important markets such as Turkey, Middle East and Northern Africa were discussed at the forum.
Stober, Poltavets & Associates partner Ivan Poltavets commented the event saying that ”events such as these are great opportunities to network and discuss opportunities both with local and foreign business” moreover ”our company with representation in Kyiv and in Istanbul is well placed to assist both Turkish and Ukrainian businesses alike,” he concluded.