Berlin, Russian Federation (PressExposure) October 26, 2009 -- Nexus-Europe GmbH is now representing in Russia the International Tube Association and the International Wire & Machinery Association. These two giants of the industry count members from 70 countries and 51 countries respectively, and they are looking to Russia to be an important part of the future. Nexus specializes in helping foreign companies enter the expanding Russian marketplace. "Russia's growing economy and rapid modernization make it a perfect fit for ambitious companies from all industries," says Nexus managing director Dr. Svetlana Mamkina. "This is our area of expertise, so we think it is a good match."
ITA is the world's largest and most influential association of tube and pipe engineers. For 30 years it has offered benefits, services and events promoting technology and growth within the industry. For more than 25 years the IWMA has acted as the catalyst for technological exchange and market contact between producers and users of wire, rod, cable, fibre optic and wire products and suppliers of production and processing equipment. "These outstanding associations are in the right place at the right time," notes Mamkina. "They will put their skills to work helping Russian member companies expand into Europe and beyond, and we at Nexus will put our skills to work helping member companies successfully expand into Russia."
Nexus-Europe has for years been offering a full range of services created to open the doors of Russia to foreign business. In addition, Nexus recently launched its Nexus International Association, a very exclusive membership of significant companies from many fields. NIA members benefit from Nexus expertise as well as Nexus private government and business contacts. "The people that make the impossible become possible," Mamkina says with a smile.
To mark ITA's 30th anniversary and the formation of the Nexus International Association, a special opportunity exists for tube and pipe companies wishing to expand into the fast growing Russian market. Companies meeting NIA membership standards will receive a wo-year NIA membership and, as an added bonus, will receive a year of ITA membership at no additional charge.
That's both memberships for only the 395 Euros one would normally pay just for Nexus International Association membership."Basically that's representation across most of the developed and developing world," Mamkina says. "If something is missing I don't know what it is." Coming from her that means a lot. She doesn't miss much.