Aniko Kostyal, Expansion Director for Northern Central & Eastern Europe at international clothing retailer MANGO will be the keynote speaker for the International Council of Shopping Centre (ICSC)'s Russian Retail Mixer event at 8pm on 11 March at Vremena Goda Gallery, Moscow.
The ICSC Russian Liaison Committee, launched in November 2009, has already attracted significant industry support across the country and ICSC is planning a number of events to help support the retail real estate industry as it emerges from the current global recession. More than 150 delegates attended the launch event in Moscow last November.
ICSC Russian Liaison Committee chair, Natalie Oreshina, director of Art Properties said: "We are delighted at attracting such a high profile speaker for our first event of 2010. Our role is to promote the vast opportunities that ICSC's international network presents to our industry in the Russia Federation. Aniko will be sharing her experience and knowledge of retail across Europe."
Aniko Kostyal added: "MANGO has been actively participating at ICSC networking events around the world and we are especially glad that from now on we will have the chance to do the same on the buoyant Russian market. I will be delighted to openly share our 25 years of fashion retail experience within which we have 10 years of business experience in the Russian market and comment on today´s challenges in the sector."
The ICSC Russian Retail Mix event facilitates international networking between developers, investors and retailers working across Russia.
Other speakers at the event will be the ICSC Russian Liaison Committee Chair, Natalia Oreshina and Jacqueline Kost, European Asset Management Director of Ivanhoe Cambridge.
Members of the ICSC Russian Liaison Committee include representatives from East Capital, retailer Mango, Ikea Real Estate Russia, outlet center developers Fashion House Development, Immoeast Russia, AIG Lincoln, SCG London and retailer TBOE.
For more information or to register for the event, visit www.icsc.org/2010RRM
Source: Nicky Godding / ICSC