15.10.2016: Leaders of Growth

According to Retail Planet/Lebensmittelpraxis International the growth of turnover of retailers will be uptill 2021 in India 76 percent, in China 52 percent, followed by Turkey 51 percent, Russia 33 percent, South Korea 32 percent and Australia 28 percent.

Even bigger are the increases of online in retail. India is expected to grow by 407 percent, Turkey 198 percent, followed by Russia with 176 percent, China 153 percent, South Korea 126 percent and Australia by 113 percent.
 



01.10.2016: Astana EXPO

101 countries have confirmed their participation in the International Specialized Exhibition "Astana EXPO 2017" in Kazakhstan - starting in June 2017. Additionally 18 international organizations already declared their support. The main topic will be "best energy generating projects".

The World Economic Youth Forum with Prof.Dr.M.Federov and Prof.Dr.B.Hallier supported from the beginning onwards the application for the Astana EXPO. In 2013 the platform www.european-retail-academy.org/GGU was created as a virtual Global Green University. Prof.Hallier spoke of "Global Youth Energy" at the Astana Economic Forum.
 



23.09.2016: Azerbaijan

Dr.Cebrayil Valiyev/Baku was in 2014 in Germany for the EuroShop-exhibition and for store-checks in the Duesseldorf/Cologne-area prepared by the European Retail Academy.

He now visited Prof.Dr.B.Hallier to explore the situation for EuroShop 2017 and for a cooperation within Azerbaijan which with its 10 million people is a bridge between Europe and Asia. Potentially for spring 2017 both sides aim to launch a Retail Congress in cooperation with the University of Baku.
 



15.09.2016: CIRCLE PhD Seminar

An obligatory part of PhD program at the Virtual college CIRCLE International (housed at the University of Vitez, BH) is the completion of oral comprehensive examination and defence of the thesis proposal in front of the committee. This year the CIRCLE PhD-Seminar took place in Bosnia and Herzegovina, which offered participants a great travelling opportunity to Balkans.

Alina Pukhovskaya (CV) visited the PhD-Seminar in Vitez and shared some impressions from the trip: "Bosnia and Herzegovina due to its geographical location had been repeatedly involved in major historical events such as the World War I (assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria in Sarajevo) and the World War II (multi-ethnic resistance groups lead by Josip Broz Tito). Also it had been under the influence of different empires Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian and never lost itself but adjusted, taking the best out of the new cultures. However, the Bosnian War (19921995) caused so much pain and destruction that up to today every detail brings back the memories of the terror. Both photos are taken in the same city Mostar, which combines beautiful (renovated) old city and bombed business center."
 



01.09.2016: Strengthening Africa

In 2011 Marie-Christin Hallier (mariechristinhallier.wordpress.com) was in South Africa among of nine Bachelor-students of the Alanus University Bonn/Germany to work in a multi-colour project with underprivileged children of the black, coloured and white communities to strengthen the self-confidence of youngsters (more: YouTube).

Now being a Master of Art Therapy and member of the International Club of Artists IKV (Link) she will support together with her IKV-colleagues the First African Food Waste Conference on March 27th-30th, 2017 in Nairobi/Kenya by an exhibition about Food Waste (Call for Papers) to create awareness and the offer to have some joint workshops with the local community.
 



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