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The International Overseas Real Estate and Investment Congress, a unique event that was overwhelming with its revolutionary and innovative format, completed its work in Berlin On February 18, 2019.

The De-Luxe Berlin Capital Club, a private business "club of millionaires”, in which only those who are lucky enough to receive a membership: influential investors, businessmen and politicians has hospitably opened their doors for participants from 27 countries!

During the event, world-class experts not only discussed the main problems, trends and prospects for the development of international business, but also told the participants about 40 ways of profitable investments.

The organizers awarded outstanding politicians and entrepreneurs who have made a special contribution to the development of interstate relations and economic ties (according to the Kongress Awards & The Los Angeles Journal, Yahoo Finance, The New York Journal):

· Ambassador of the Republic of Kazakhstan to Germany - Bolat Nusupov;

· Ambassador of the State of Qatar to Germany - His Excellency Sheikh Saud bin Abdulrahman Al Tani;

· Honorary Consul of the Republic of Kazakhstan in the Republic of Belarus - Chermen Shokanov;

· Sergei Chernyavsky, First Deputy Chairman of the Board of the Central Governmental Committee of the CSU of Bavaria for Migration and Integration;

· Bundestag deputy from the FDP party-Alexander Kulitz;

· Honorary President of the Prussian Society, Senior Adviser on International Politics and Defense in the BWA e.v. Volker Čapke;

· Commissioner for combating anti-Semitism and dialogue with religious communities in the state of Brandenburg from the Union of Jewish Communities of the State of Brandenburg - Diana Sandler;

· Governor of the Central Council of Muslims of Germany - Hamza R. Wördermann;

· Chairman of the Society of Holocaust Survivors and witnesses of the time state of Brandenburg Dmytro Olidort;

· Chairman of the Social-Integration Union of Immigrants of the region Barnim, founder of the social consultation center on issues of anti-discrimination, culture and integration - Viktoria Gottselich;

· Governor of the Land Union of the Jewish Communities of Schleswig-Holstein Land, a member of the board of the Union of Progressive Jews of Germany - Inna Shames.

· Chairman of the Jewish Community of Barnim - Dr. Leah Floh;

· Founder, Chairman and CEO of the CCA Group of Berlin Capital Club Companies Owner - Dieter R. Klostermann.

 Also, a special award by the Congress Awards & The New York Journal was given to:

· Nabijon Kasimov - Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Uzbekistan to Germany;

· Denis Sidorenko - Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Belarus to the Federal Republic of Germany;

 The international congress was attended by the head of Stankevicius MGM - Paulius Stankevichius, millionaire of real estate in Germany, South America and the USA - Ingo Pyko, Victor Gharbuk - President of IPAK AG, founder of the IMEX economic alliance - Valentin Kilber, Vice-President of the Slavic World Group of Companies - Sergey Kretov, Andrei Gault - entrepreneur, investor, founder of Golt Capital, Marko Henriks - extreme swimmer from Germany, speaking for the Russian Federation, Dr. Volker Ulrich - Professor and Doctor from the Department of Economics, as well as many companies and investors from around the world!

Among the invited guests of honor: the head of the Bavarian-Russian Cultural Society - Roman Naidich, the creator of the online exhibition platform Online Expo - Vadim Romashov, the Parisian designer - Veronika Jeanvie, the owner of Georgia Times - Malkhaz Gulashvili, the general director of Crown Consulting - Olga Troll, managing director of the company “Union of Developers of Bulgaria” - Anastasia Konovalova, CEO of EspanaTour - Alexander Dashevsky, Founder of Pacalaubau GmbH - Sergey Pekalau, CEO of Ecolit GmbH - Denis Lozenko, Real Estate Consultant Porta Mondial - Olga Muller, owner Scatrealty Estate - Aigul Tleuliyeva, owner of Danlux Invest - Maria Luis Calpe Garcia, founder of RII Projektmanagement GmbH - David Holdenried, chairman of the board of the Aunite Group - Eugene Schelkonogov, owner of Nivaria Isla Tur - Irina Ksenevich, general director of Kaiser Estate GmbH - Boris Bronstein, the commercial director of Is Molas Resort Villas is Inga Primak, the founder of Monte Pro is Svetlana Aksenova, the managing partner of RocketCon is Alexander Kuzin, the director of The Leading Properties of the World is Sergey Sander.

The combination of official and behind-the-scenes communication allowed participants and guests of the congress to get maximum benefit, and tasting exclusive drinks from the world's best sommeliers, a buffet from Michelin-starred chefs, participation in a golf tournament, the opportunity allowed to enjoy elite cigars in the refined atmosphere of the main German business club. Participation in a festive concert with Catherine Kulik (the finalist of the contest “Voice. Lithuania”) and Helena Goldt (voice of the Berlin Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra), contributed perhaps to make many new contacts.

“Today, the sphere of investments and real estate can be called the company of world domination with full confidence, so I decided to unite people who want to increase their capital,” Anna Stukkert noted. “According to my personal opinion, the contacts that you received at such events turn into good contracts. As a rule, it is from 3 to 10 percent. And, let someone this figure does not seem so high, but it is not invented. "

Information: The International Congress of Real Estate and Investments is held annually.

 

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