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Frank Schauff has been appointed CEO of Association of European Business in June 2007, replacing Andreas Romanos. Before joining the AEB, Dr. Schauff held the post of Advisor on Foreign Policy to the Party Executive of the Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD) since 2001. He has had a deep interest in Russia since his days as a student of Russian Studies at the University of Cologne; and at Volgograd State University (USSR). He went on to take a degree in Economic History and Political Science at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and then obtained a Masters Degree in The Government and Politics of Russia and Economic History. His Doctorate in East European History was awarded by the University of Cologne in 2000, after that he spent a number of years as a lecturer in East European Studies at the Free University in Berlin. Dr. Schauffs professional and academic experience positions the AEB to promote and expand recognition in Russian and expatriate circles of AEB lobbying and a policy advisory role.

Giulio D'Erjme has been appointed Marketing and Sales Director of RosInter Restaurants Holding in July 2007, responsible for Marketing and Sales. Born in Italy he graduated from the School of Management Soros Foundation Scholarship" in Slovenia and then the American University in Rome getting a Bachelor degree in International Business Administration. He worked for the European Commission, Philip Morris and Nike in different positions of responsibility in Marketing. In 2000 he joined the into Indesit Company where he has worked for 7 years as Marketing Director of Cooling B.U., then as Director of Marketing, Spain and finally as Area Marketing Director for the CIS and the Baltic.

Anna Silina has been appointed director of Ancor Holdings representative office in St. Petersburg. It is not the first time that Anna has been employed with Ancor. She started her career in Human Resources in the company in 1999. She left in 2002 and worked subsequently in corporate HR at Schlumberger and Danone. Ms Silinas has two higher education degrees: one in chemistry and biology; the other in philology. She also graduated from the International Business program of St. Petersburg Financial and Economic University, majoring in marketing.

My main task today, she says, is to effectively integrate my own experience with Ancors operational activities in St. Petersburg. During my years at Schlumberger and Danone I learned the complex functions of HR management, gained understanding of how the large international companies form and broadcast their personnel needs and how professionalism and the individual approach of recruiting agencies are valued by their clients. Today Ancor, founded in 1990, is Russias largest recruiting company. It offers a wide range of staffing services to companies in the oil and gas, and hotel industries. In 2006 alone, Ancor placed almost 8,000 people. The companys turnover was 1.9 billion RUR.

 







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