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First Pan-Baltic Infrastructure Summit INFRA2017 to be held in Lithuania

On 28-29th of September, INFRA2017, the first pan-Baltic infrastructure summit, will be held in Vilnius, Lithuania. The main focus will be exploring the current state of infrastructure in the Baltic region and analysing trends for its future development.

INFRA2017 will be the most comprehensive event of its kind in the Baltics, bringing together key players in the infrastructure and energy community. Over 200 attendees are expected from across the Baltic States, including policy makers, senior experts, investors, lenders, developers, and infrastructure asset owners. Together they will take part in an interactive discussion on the latest infrastructure trends and developments in the Baltic region.

As a two-day Summit, INFRA2017 will provide the opportunity for participants to hear a range of expert presentations. These will be delivered by keynote speakers from the European Investment Bank, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the Economist Intelligence Unit, the World Economic Forum and IBM. Presentations will also be accompanied by panel discussions. The focus will be on the relevance of and range of perspectives on infrastructure development in the Baltics and private investment related subjects. Furthermore, selected attendees will receive an invitation to workshops on PPP insights, best practise examples and lessons learned, which will be co-hosted by the World Economic Forum and the Central Project Management Agency (under the Lithuanian Ministry of Finance).

“The Summit will be attended by various public sector policy makers from the three Baltic States, as well as private sector investors, consultants and other related participants,” explains Tadas Jagminas, director of the Project Management Department at Invest Lithuania, an investment promotion agency. “I believe that for businesses and professionals who are interested in the prospects for infrastructure development in the Region, this is a great opportunity to network, build new relationships and catch up with the latest sector insights.”

The INFRA2017 Summit is organized by BaltCap, a private equity and venture capital investor in the Baltic States, in partnership with Cobalt, a law firm operating across the Baltics. Additional event information, contact details and the registration form can be accessed at http://infrasummit.eu.

On 28-29th of September, INFRA2017, the first pan-Baltic infrastructure summit, will be held in Vilnius, Lithuania. The main focus will be exploring the current state of infrastructure in the Baltic region and analysing trends for its future development.

INFRA2017 will be the most comprehensive event of its kind in the Baltics, bringing together key players in the infrastructure and energy community. Over 200 attendees are expected from across the Baltic States, including policy makers, senior experts, investors, lenders, developers, and infrastructure asset owners. Together they will take part in an interactive discussion on the latest infrastructure trends and developments in the Baltic region.

As a two-day Summit, INFRA2017 will provide the opportunity for participants to hear a range of expert presentations. These will be delivered by keynote speakers from the European Investment Bank, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the Economist Intelligence Unit, the World Economic Forum and IBM. Presentations will also be accompanied by panel discussions. The focus will be on the relevance of and range of perspectives on infrastructure development in the Baltics and private investment related subjects. Furthermore, selected attendees will receive an invitation to workshops on PPP insights, best practise examples and lessons learned, which will be co-hosted by the World Economic Forum and the Central Project Management Agency (under the Lithuanian Ministry of Finance).

“The Summit will be attended by various public sector policy makers from the three Baltic States, as well as private sector investors, consultants and other related participants,” explains Tadas Jagminas, director of the Project Management Department at Invest Lithuania, an investment promotion agency. “I believe that for businesses and professionals who are interested in the prospects for infrastructure development in the Region, this is a great opportunity to network, build new relationships and catch up with the latest sector insights.”

The INFRA2017 Summit is organized by BaltCap, a private equity and venture capital investor in the Baltic States, in partnership with Cobalt, a law firm operating across the Baltics. Additional event information, contact details and the registration form can be accessed at http://infrasummit.eu.