THE EUROPEAN EXPERT GABRIEL RASVAN TOADER WILL BRING HIS EXPERTISE TO EUROPEAN ACADEMY

European Council on Tourism and Trade announced on December 28, 2016 the reinforcement of his team of research and trade development with the appointment of Mr. Gabriel Rasvan Toader, as special adviser on trade and industry related issues.

 

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Mr. Gabriel Rasvan Toader (photo right) is one of the leading European Union experts in trade and investment.  

 

Mr. Gabriel Rasvan Toader is a specialist in the field of trade, industrial policies and business development, former director general in Romanian Government.

During a fifteen years career he was responsible for international trade and developing law and research in the field of business growth, he is also a specialist in medium and small business development and has being member of the special governmental panel responsable for european law and for supporting free movement of work force and measures for combating european un-employment.

He is also a recognized expert in policies for fisheries, customs and management of public institutions.

He received the Special Diploma for Cooperation in Balkan Region (Greece, Turkey, Bulgaria, Serbia, Montenegro, Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia and Slovenia etc.).

He developed projects in Austria (Vienna), Belgium (Brussels), France (Paris) and Bonn-Germany and (Geneva) Switzerland.

Mr. Gabriel Rasvan will bring his international expertise and business environment connection to the benefit of a world-wide and european wide agenda for trade development.

His expertise must support the research groups of European Academy and the activities of European Council on Tourism and Trade (ECTT), in the field of international trade and banking, underlined during the appointment ceremony Professor Dr. Anton Caragea, ECTT President.

Trade must be developed along side tourism, trade must bring his contribution to the european development and to world growth and to sustainable development goals completion concluded Professor Dr. Anton Caragea.

 

The expertise of the new special adviser on trade, Mr Gabriel Rasvan Toader it is  hope to aid the development of research and practice on european scale and will shape international trade and investment growth.

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MARK DODA-BALKANS TOURISM ORGANIZATION CHAIRMAN WILL ATTEND EUROPEAN COUNCIL ON TOURISM AND TRADE 9TH MEETING

MARK DODA-BALKANS TOURISM ORGANIZATION CHAIRMAN WILL ATTEND EUROPEAN COUNCIL ON TOURISM AND TRADE 9TH MEETING

Mark Doda-the leader of Balkanic Tourism Organization announced his participation in European Council on Tourism and Trade General Meeting, to be held in Bucharest, Romania in 10 and 11 june 2016.

Senator Ionel Agrigoroaei, Mark Doda-Balkan Tourism CEO, Mr. Nicolae Nicolae-PR Director ECTT and Ambassador of Venezuela-Ramon Carazo,

(From left to right) Senator Ionel Agrigoroaei, Mr. Nicolae Nicolae-PR Director ECTT, Mark Doda-Balkan Tourism CEO and Ambassador of Venezuela-Ramon Carazo

The summit will bring together all tourism leaders and stakeholders from the whole region to discuss and push forward an agenda for regional collaboration in tourism as a key sector for coming out of the economic crisis and enhancement of competitiveness of each country and the whole region.

 

Invitees are tourism related Ministers/Ministries, National Tourism Organizations, Associations, leading businesses and donors.

 

The announcement made in Tirana, Albania, is an important succes for Balkan Countries who aspire to be accepted in European Council on Tourism and Trade, european tourism flagship organization.

Mark Doda-Balkan Tourism CEO and Ambassador of Venezuela-Ramon Carazo, Mr. Nicolae Nicolae-PR Director ECTT and Professor Anton Caragea-ECTT President

Mark Doda-Balkan Tourism CEO and Ambassador of Venezuela-Ramon Carazo, Mr. Nicolae Nicolae-PR Director ECTT and Professor Anton Caragea-ECTT President.

 

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