M3 Communications CEO Maxim Behar - special guest at a Moscow Conference

M3 Communications CEO Maxim Behar - special guest at a Moscow Conference

Maxim Behar, CEO of M3 Communications, participated as a keynote speaker in the Russia's most prestigious PR conference, PR in Internet, on May 19, 2010, in Moscow, where he presented a report on New Media, New Communications, New PR.

He also taught a business master class on modern communications at MIRBIS, the Moscow International Higher Business School, the first and the largest private business university in Russia.

During his trip to Moscow, Behar met with the Chairman of the Russian PR Association Alexey Glazyrin, First Deputy Chairman of the Mass media and Telecom Committee of Government of Moscow Vyacheslav Drozdetskij, the Chairman of the Moscow International Business Association Alexander Borissov, Vice President of MIRBIS Elena Zoubkova and many other Russian dignitaries and widely known PR and marketing experts.

Behar is also Chairman of the Bulgarian PR Association BAPRA, Vice-Chairman of the Bulgarian Business Leaders Forum and Honorary consul of the Republic of Seychelles in Bulgaria. Previously, Maxim Behar has lectured at many other international universities, including the Kellogg School of Management in Chicago, IL, and has also recently moderated a plenary session during the Annual meeting of WAIPA, the Worlds Association of Investment Promotion Agencies in Milan, Italy. Earlier in 2010, he was a keynote speaker at the World Forum for Communication Top-Managers, Communications on Top, in Davos, Switzerland.


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