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Corporate Sales Manager, Mongolia (UB) needed urgently -- Crown Worldwide Ltd. an International Relocations/Moving company is looking for a young dynamic Corporate Sales Manager for its Ulaanbaatar Office. Individual should have at least 3 years of sales experience preferrably in a transportation company; Candidate must be fluent in English, both written and spoken and be a Mongolian national and be sales-driven and customer service-oriented. Check our website www.crownrelo.com If interested, please send resume and cover letter in English to Sophie at [email protected] [posted 1/21/03]

Expanding or Operating in Mongolia?
Dynamic Belgian national is available; has lived in Mongolia for over 4 years, looking for an opportunity to work for a foreign company in Mongolia. Very good spoken and written Mongolian. Has work experience as both independent contractor and employee. For details, please e-mail me at [email protected]

Last posted Jan 21, 03

LOOKING FOR MONGOLIAN EXPORTER OF LAGOCHILUS INEBRIENS, a decided schrub of the the mint family that is commonly brewed into a tea. For more information, please contact curtis cook at: [email protected]
NEED A BUSINESS REP IN MONGOLIA ? Mongolian MBA candidate, fluent in spoken and written English, now finishing degree in Kansas available to represent foreign investors/traders in Ulaanbaatar; prior Bachelor's degrees in business administration from Mongolian State University and in English teaching from Otgontenger Institute; senior prior corporate experience in arranging Mongol-Japanese, Mongol-US joint ventures in auto sales, oil exploration, tourism development. CONTACT TUVSHINJARGAL Tuul, email: [email protected]; TEL: (316) 945-4531 or 204-5434; mailing address: 3801 West 13th Street #616, Wichita, KS 67203
NEW YORK FILM & VIDEO Company seeks corporate sponsors for authorized 30-minute documentary, "FESTIVAL 2000: Mongolia in New York, "about the Mongolia festival in the Big Apple during May-June 2000 organized by Mongolia's UN Ambassador J Enhksaihan; producers expect film--and sponsors--to enjoy large global viewship, including in-flight airline video, PBS, cable channels, foreign TV; for further information and details, contact Mr. David V. Carlyle, President, Media-Arts Productions, TEL: (212) 865-8156, FAX: (212) 222-1474, email: [email protected]
TURKISH TEXTILE EXPORTER seeks Mongolian importers interested in blankets, plush, etc. Company says it has been in business since 1967. For further information, contact Bülent Özdemir Sespa Tekstil İhracat Paz. A.Ş.,Tel.+90 (0212) 275 87 44-45, fax.+90 (0212) 275 87 46, email: [email protected], http:www.sesli.com.tr
Requirement of IMPORT AGENTS/REPRESENTATIVES in USA/EUROPE: Exporters India are manufacturers and exporters of fashion ready made garments mainly for the European market. They have been in this line since the last three decades and are pioneer in this field, and are well known in international market. They are looking for agents/representative in Europe/America who can carry their collections and sell to wholesalers and reputed stores interested and experienced person in this line may contact with full details, experience and type of customers dealt. Pure Pashima wool fabric, plain, stripes, checks, reversible shawls and woolen jamawar look alike, fabric/shawls. Interested parties who can import in bulk may write, giving details of your business and establishment.
Arun Jain, EXPORTERS INDIA, E-49/3 OKHLA INDUSTRIAL AREA, PHASE 2, NEW DELHI-110020, INDIA, PHONE: 0091-11-6910048/6912522, FAX: 0091-11-6821048, E-MAIL: [email protected]
U.S. Apparel Importer Interested in Contacting Mongolian Manufacturer of School Uniforms and Garments for Religious Occasions: 1451 International Limited holds a license from the “Vatican Library Collection” and is seeking a Mongolian Manufacturer of School Uniforms and Garments for Religious Occasions (baptisms, weddings, etc.). If interested, please contact Glacial Vega, tel: 949-225-6988, fax: 949-225-6989.
Expending/Operating in Mongolia? Dynamic American ex-Peace Corps Volunteer looking for work in a foreign company in the Beijing area. Proficient in both Mongol and Chinese. Work experience in both countries. Ideally suited to an organization with a China base and a limited operation in Mongolia. Please e-mail me at [email protected] or call (Beijing) to 86-10-6467-8803.
AMERICAN MUSIC ACCESSORY COMPANY SEEKS DISTRIBUTOR IN MONGOLIA, ALSO INTERESTED IN NEW PRODUCTS TO SELL IN USA: D'ANDREA, INC. is a U.S. musical accessory and music gear manufacturer based in Long Island, New York, which wants to explore possibilities for beginning business presence in Mongolia. D'Andrea's main products are guitar picks, instrument care and maintenance products, guitar, banjo, and wind instrument straps, and many other small goods. Also looking for new foreign-made musical products to add to product line for sales & distribution in the U.S. and other countries. CONTACT: Ms. Marie Bartolozzi, Sales Manager, Export Division, 115 Eileen Way, Suite 106, Syosset, NY, 11791, USA; TEL: (516) 496-2200; FAX: (516) 496-2425; E-MAIL: [email protected] Suite 505, Alfalah Court, I.I.Chundrigar Road, Karachi 74200, Pakistan; PHONE 92-21-2630771; FAX: 92-21-2631538; E.MAIL : [email protected]
ESTABLISHED MONGOLIAN ROCK GROUP "HARANGA" seeks investors, support to purchase equipment for performances, also to start a new business venture of renting equipment to other groups (amps, loudspeakers, concert lights, etc.); "Haranga" has been performing successfully since early 1990's, has significant concert experience in Mongolia. In 1997, group spent two months in Germany recording two CDs, sponsored by Daimler-Chrysler and Siemens Nixdorf; group is preparing to record third CD, all songs in English; need is to acquire a set of high-class stage/sound equipment,new or second hand; CONTACT: P. CHINZORIG, Mail: C.P.O., Box 216, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia; TEL/FAX: 976 - 1 - 321 880; E-mail: [email protected]
Twentieth Century Mongolia, a history by Bat-Erdene Batbayar (better known as "Babaar") -- recently republished in an English language edition by White Horse Press in the UK -- is the first history of modern Mongolia available in English to draw upon both academic scholarship and archival data which became available only after the collapse of the socialist regime in 1990. The author is a widely-acclaimed Mongolian writer who was a founder of the Mongolian Social Democratic Party (MSDP), one of the first opposition parties to be formed and currently a partner in the ruling Democratic Coalition. Babaar also served as Finance Minister of Mongolia under Prime Minister Ts. Elbegdorj. Babaar’s book is now available in English largely due to the special efforts of Ed Story, Honorary Consul of Mongolia in Texas, who has worked for the past four years to get this seminal work translated and published in English. Ed Story is also CEO of SOCO Oil Company and a member of the USMBC board of directors (see USMBC eStore).
UN AGENCY OFFERS FREE LISTINGS FOR DATABASE ON SERVICES EXPORTS -- The Trade in Services Unit is part of the International Trade Center, UNCTAD/WTO, a Geneva based United Nations Organization. The TSU is working to increase the ability of developing countries to export services. One step in the process of enhancing services export is to expose companies and organizations in Mongolia and other developing countries to those in the industrialized countries who may become partners. To this end, an on-line database has been developed and the Trade in Services Unit is inviting Mongolian organizations/associations and North American organizations/associations interested in Mongolian services trade to register their organizations. To do so, follow this link: http://www.serviceassociations.org/ and click on the DOWNLOAD button. You will be asked to enter your information and once you have done so you can download a FREE piece of software that will help you publish your membership on our database. This is a FREE international listing in an area that the sponsors say will be promoted aggressively and will give some real exposure to Mongolian and North American organizations and associations. In addition to the free software, the Trade in Services Unit has some books and tools available on request, which are free to organizations, firms and governments in Mongolia. Once you have registered, the Unit will send registrants an e-mail with information on the books and a request form to have them sent to you. CONTACT: Ian Worrell, Adviser on Trade in Services, Trade in Services Unit, Division of Product and Market Development, International Trade Center (ITC)/UNCATD/WTO, Palais des Nations, CH-1211 Geneva 10, Switzerland web site: http://www.intracen.org/servicexport/; e-mail: [email protected]

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