High-level conference and closed-door roundtable
with local business leaders.
Trieste, Italy. November 20th and 21st, 2019
After the first two editions held in Shenzhen and Venice, the third edition of the Belt and Road Summit will move to Trieste, a crossroad of culture and a historical bridge
between Southern Europe, Central Europe and the East. The Summit will keep on building the Eurasian community of decision makers and facilitate partnerships between companies from countries located all along the Belt and Road, accelerating connectivity in Eurasia.
After discussing what it is and how to translate the project into reality, the third edition aims at gathering the protagonists and let the businesses accelerate engagement across Eurasia.
The Belt and Road Summit is the only high-level platform designed for business leaders from Eurasia. By creating a close-knit community of business with mutual knowledge, personal feeling, and trust, we aim at catalyzing pluri-national business development in Eurasia, a heterogeneous region in terms of economic potential, business culture, policies and incentives.
Mammad Ahmadzada (Ambassador of Azerbaijan to Italy); Silvana Ballotta (CEO, BS Strategies), Davide Cucino (Chairman, China Italy Chamber of Commerce); Antonio Enrico Bartoli (Ambassador of Italy to Georgia); Ketevan Bochorishvili (CEO, JSC Anaklia City, Georgia); Giorgio Bruno (Executive Vice President and Chief Corporate Development and Diversified Business Officer, Pirelli); Fatih Çiftci (Deputy Minister of Custom and Trade, Republic of Turkey); Paolo Costa (former Minister of Public Works, former Mayor of Venice and former President of Venice Port Authority); Francesco De Bettin (Founder and Chairman, DBA Group); Giulio De Metrio (Chief Operating Officer, SEA Group – Milan Airports); Murat Salim Esenli (Ambassador of Turkey to Italy); Fan Gang (Chairman, China Development Institute); Fang Ke (Senior Manager, Investment Operations, The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank); Feng Zhongping (Vice President, China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations); Alireza Kolahi (CEO, Abharcable); Li Quanyong (Chief Economist, Tianjin Port Group); Li Ruiyu (Ambassador of the People’s Republic of China to Italy); Liu Jichun (Vice President, Hainan Airlines); Enrico Marchi (Chairman, SAVE Group – Venice and Treviso Airports); Riccardo Nencini (former deputy Minister of Infrastructure and Transport, Italy); Beniamino Quintieri (Chairman, SACE); Arham Abdul Rahman (Deputy CEO, Malaysian Investment Authority); Ettore Sequi (Ambassador of Italy to China); Wang Jianye (Managing Director, Silk Road Fund; Professor of Economics and Director of the Volatility Institute, NYU Shanghai).
Director, The European House - Ambrosetti