PR Summit Armenia 2017
March 31st, 2017
Deem Communications is excited to announce the 4th edition of PR Summit Armenia, a major annual PR & Communications event in the South Caucasus.
This year we invite you to join us during the weekend of 19-21 May, 2017 in Yerevan.
As a networking platform for PR and Communications professionals, the Summit will feature hands-on workshops and forums by seasoned international and local experts who will share insights into Trends and Convergence of Communication in Armenia and worldwide.
For information and registration, click here: www.deemcommunications.com/prsummit
We hope to see you among us at the PR Summit Armenia 2017!
Support to SME Development in Armenia – Discussion
February 24th, 2017
The “Support to SME Development in Armenia” (SMEDA) project, which is co-funded by the European Union and the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and implemented by GIZ Private Sector Development in South Caucasus Programme, is pleased to invite you to a discussion for the representatives of marketing and advertising, film, design, software and games sectors operating within broader culture and creative industry.
SMEDA is part of the EU4Business and EU4Innovation initiatives of the European Union.
The initiative aims to identify the existing problems and challenges, discuss development trends and prospects, as well as possible avenues of fostering the sectors within the Support to SME Development in Armenia (SMEDA) programme.
The discussions will take place at the conference hall of AGBU Office in Armenia (address: 2/2 Melik Adamyan Street) 2pm- 5pm on the following dates:
- 27 February: marketing and advertising
- 28 February: design
- 2 March: software and games
- 3 March: film
SMEDA cordially invites you to participate in the discussion if you are a representative of any of the sectors mentioned above.
SMEDA will highly appreciate your participation and contribution into this initiative.
To participate, please register here by February 24.
If you have questions, please contact Sona Tadevosyan, 055 99 22 17.
“Stress Management” training was held for ABBC member companies’ staff
April 7th, 2014
As ABBC resumes its training sessions for its member companies, the first training was held on March 11, 2014 on “Stress Management” aiming to mentor member companies’ staff how to tackle and manage stress at workplace. The training was conducted by trainer-consultant-coach Liana Ohanyan, who has seven years of proven experience in organizing trainings and similar capacity building (consultation, coaching) services for different companies and organizations. (more…)
“Business Plan Development” training
June 21st, 2011
In the series of training sessions for ABBC members, Business Support Centre held a “Business Plan Development” training, which covered following fields;
- Why plan a business?
- What is the purpose of the business plan?
- How to develop a business plan?
- Market research
- Production plan
- Human Resources
- Financial plan
Interactive discussion involved practical and real business examples of business plan development starting from Healthcare sphere, Natural resources exploration, to Wedding Services Centre, etc.
Well attended training was conducted by the Director of BSC Samvel Gevorgyan, who is the founder of BSC and has over 20 years of experience
in business consulting, research and lecturing. He is the author of number of books and articles on topics like “How to start a private business in Armenia”, “Marketing in Armenia”, “Manual on CSR for Armenian Companies”, etc.
Human Resource Management Skills
March 31st, 2011
In the series of the training sessions ABBC Member Business Support Centre hold a training on Human Resource Management Skills especially designed for ABBC Members.
Following area were covered;
- The process of Human Resource Management
- Formation of the internal behaviour of the company; structure of the company values
- HR planning
- Staff motivation
The training was held by the Director of BSC Samvel Gevorgyan, who is the founder of BSC and has over 20 years of experience in business consulting, research and lecturing. He is the author of number of books and articles on topics like “How to start a private business in Armenia”, “Marketing in Armenia”, “Manual on CSR for Armenian Companies”, etc. The event was a useful undertaking for those entrepreneurs who are interested to impose new ways of HR Management within their day-to-day business.
Insurance in Armenia
March 11th, 2011
Special thanks to ABBC members Rosgosstrakh Armenia, Ingo Armenia and Resolution Insurance Broker who hold a workshop for ABBC members on types of Insurance in Armenia. The session was well attended. The idea is to promote the culture of insurance in Armenia. Health, Property and Motor insurance topics were covered. The meeting was an interactive discussion around the topic. To see the presentations, please download the following files: File 1, File 2, File 3.
October 19th, 2010
The working day was supposed to start as usual, yet it turned to be
unexpectedly enjoying and motivating. ABBC invited Liana Ohanyan for implementing the StarPower Game for the Chamber members. 2-3 staff people from 6 member companies (Global Bridge Educational centre, EmmAroma, Tower International Consultants, GPartners law firm, Britannia Coatings and Chemicals, Deem Communications and the Chamber staff itself) took part in the simulation game, which was intended to be stressed on management, teamwork and self-development.
Since its creation, the “StarPower” has been one of the most popular simulation games used in organizations for developing organizational skills and work efficiency. It is a real time, face to face, non-computer based simulation of an organization, or a company in which people are given unlimited power to make and change the rules of the simulation. The most unique feature of “StarPower” is the strength of the impression it makes on the participants, and the end result is never predictable. It works also well for analyzing and revealing the participants’ emotional and behavioral changes and abilities to manage themselves and handle different situations facing at work. This is why we were curious to learn and try it within ABBC.
What does it specifically give to us as an end result? Lots of team spirit,
good time and mutual understanding with respect to different characters and natures, laughter, communication skills and personal new discoveries about each others’ role and specifics in a teamwork. The game has been successfully practiced in Armenian society too for different organizational and business audiences.
Sona Martirosyan (Global Bridge Educational Consultant): “The simulation game was indeed an interesting activity which helped me observe some of my features I have never focused on. I am convinced that every employer has to arrange this activity for his/her staff to measure the effectiveness of their performance.
Seminar on Arbitration Court
July 29th, 2010
Arbitration Court of RoA established in 2007 under the umbrella of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Republic of Armenia is an institution providing practical and prompt solution to the disputes provoked between businesses. General Secretary of Arbitration Court Armen Voskanyan spoke about details of the Court’s history, functions, past and future plans. The seminar was held for ABBC members. Back and forth discussion was pursued throughout the meeting. The main topics covered were:
• Analyzing of disputes, provoked by the international persons, foreign
investors within the scope of international economic relations
• Assistance in the settlement of foreign economic commercial deals and conflict situations, reconciliation of trade parties
• Execution of Armenian and International Laws, legal examination of contracts and commercial deals