On October 16, 2013, International Business Leaders Forum organized a meeting between a business expert from Emerson LLC and MIRBIS MBA students. The meeting,which was held under the slogan Ethical Business in Russia is Possible!, was attended by representatives of MMC Norilsk Nickel OJSC, Center for Anticorruption Studies and Initiatives of Transparency International R, URALSIB OJSC, OPORA RUSSIA, Artdna, Agency for Social Information, RUSFINANS BANK LLC, NOVATEK OJSC, Moscow Business School MIRBIS, S&P Indexes.

The MIRBIS Business University held a second CSL (Corporate Social Liability) Session with the support of the MATRA program developed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in partnership with the Nijenrode Business University (The Netherlands). The International Business Leaders Forum (IBLF) became the general partner of the Second Session. The Session was attended by over 90 representatives of the large and medium Russian business entities (HR, PR, IR, compliance and CSL divisions), academic communities, non-commercial entities, rating and consulting agencies.

On September 23, 2013, the International Business Leaders Forum (IBLF Russia) held the meeting of the teachers delivering the Business Ethics course in the leading Russian universities: MIRBIS Business University, Higher School of Economics, Lomonosov Moscow State University Business School, Financial University, International Institute of Management for Business Associations with the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation. Natalya Markova, a doctoral candidate of the St. Gallen University (Switzerland) remotely participated in the discussion. The event was welcomed by a partner of IBLF Russia, Baker&McKenzie legal firm.

Youth Business Russia programme earned high appraisal in the course of the Global Youth Entrepreneurship Summit in London. The programme results were named among the five top achievements of the greatest impact on the YBI international network development globally.

The members of the YBR delegation, led by Boris Tkachenko, Head of IBLF branch in Russia, Manager of Youth Business Russia programme, attended the gala reception held in the name of Charles, Prince of Wales, Honorary President of Youth Business International, in the course of the Global Youth Entrepreneurship Summit.

In the course of the Global Youth Entrepreneurship Summit, Youth Business International (YBI) international network and Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) research centre published the results of their joint global study titled Generation Entrepreneur? The state of global youth entrepreneurship and dedicated to the current state of youth entrepreneurship in the world.
The authors of the study expressed gratitude for assistance in the work to Manager of Youth Business Russia program Boris Tkachenko and Daniil Kruglikov, a Russian entrepreneur and a member of the YBR program.

Over 400 delegates from more than forty countries of the world came together in London to participate in the annual Global Youth Entrepreneurship Summit organized by Youth Business International (YBI) international network.
Invited by the YBI network management, a delegation of Youth Business Russia program led by Boris Tkachenko, Head of IBLF Branch Office in Russia, Manager of YBR Programme, attended the event.

Owing to the YBR Programme and the unique achievements of its members in Russia, the case study of the Voronezh Region entrepreneurs Igor Zaboyev and Pyotr Boykovwas citedat the web site of The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall’s Fund.

The position on Transparency and Anti-corruption of the business leaders, headed by Andrei Bougrov, has been involved into the Final document of the G20 Summit - theDeclaration of the G20 Heads of State.

On the eve of the 2013 G20 Summit, the B20 Task Force on Transparency and Anti-corruption has presented theLetterto the G20 Heads of State and its Recommendations.

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