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CAF America planning philanthropic initiatives to engage diaspora communities

(Jayshal Sood)

Rokas Beresniovas is the Senior Director of Development, Marketing, and Communications at Charities Aid Foundation – America. Headquartered in Alexandria, VA, CAF America bridges the gap between donors and beneficiaries. The organization has a presence in six continents and ensures that philanthropists both institutional and individual experience a hassle-free and effective transition of funds within the US as well as abroad. With experience spanning more than two decades, the organization has been managing charitable funds to the tune of more than $4 billion. Read more.

Beresniovas joins CAF America as its new Senior Director

(Washington Business Journal)

Beresniovas joins CAF America as their new Senior Director after 17 years of experience in the finance industry and an extensive background with non-profits in both volunteer and board member capacities. Recently, Rokas was awarded the 2016 SmartCEO Washington DC Executive Management Award and was a finalist for the 2015 SmartCEO Washington DC Money Manager Award. Read more.

No, you cannot deposit, or exchange Indian rupee in the United States

(AB Wire)

In the past week, ever since the Government of India announced that they will be phasing out the 500 and 1,000 ($7.35; $14.70 ) Indian rupee denominations to combat corruption and the “black money” economy, my inbox and phone have been off the hook. I work for a bank based out of India operating in the US and people who relied on the black money currency want to deposit it before it becomes worthless. Read more.

Rokas Beresniovas Named SmartCEO 2016 Center of Influence Honoree in Washington DC

(SmartCEO)

The Centers of Influence Awards program honors the leadership, innovation, impact and success of the region’s most enterprising accountants, attorneys and bankers. These professionals represent the best and brightest in the region and have demonstrated an unrivaled commitment to their clients. Read more.

American Bazaar to host free startup workshop at George Mason University

(AB Wire)

The American Bazaar will kick off its multicity startup workshop series Startup Bazaar 2016 at George Mason University on Saturday, July 23. The admission is free for the event, which will be hosted in partnership with George Mason University’s Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.

Geeta Anand, a Vice President of Business Banking at Capital One Bank, and Rokas Beresniovas, a Vice President at State Bank of India – California, will make presentations on raising capital.Read more.

HERLIFE Magazine International Model Competition

(HERLIFE Magazine)

We are so proud to introduce you to the next exceptional judge for our Herlife Magazine International Model Competition on August 7, Rokas Beresniovas, Vice President at the State Bank of India (California) in Washington, DC!

Giving back to the community is extremely important to Rokas. In 2007, he joined the Georgetown Business Association (GBA) and was elected VP in 2011 and President in 2012. Currently, Rokas is a board member of Pebbles of Hope, Kids4Peace International, Joy of Motion Dance Center, and an honorary board member for The Embassy Series. In the past, Rokas served on the Board of Directors for the CSAAC Foundation, the GMC and Global Tassels!

Recently, Rokas was awarded the 2016 SmartCEO Washington DC Executive Management Award and was a finalist for the 2015 SmartCEO Washington DC Money Manager Award. He also won a Global Tassels Community Innovator Award (2015) and The Eurasia Center Golden BRICS Award (2014)! Rokas is also the founder of the Lithuanian nonprofit organization Global Lithuanian Leaders (GLL) and was recognized by the Lithuanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 2015 for outstanding leadership in youth mentoring!

We are so honored to have such an exemplary member of the community serve as a judge for our TOP MODEL Competition, to help us select the best girls to represent the U.S. and HERLIFE for our international modeling initiative in Italy this September!

BUT, WE NEED YOUR HELP! As an attendee, your support and vote COUNTS! Buy your tickets to attend the big event, and your vote will be weighed in to the judge’s decision! Help your favorite girls make it to the top, purchase your tickets TODAY! Tickets.

Featured Mentor: Rokas Beresniovas

(naisA)

Rokas Beresniovas is a leader in the D.C. business community. Presently, he works as a Vice President and head of expansion at the State Bank of India USA in Washington, DC. Currently, he is a founding board member of Pebbles of Hope and the Perisphere Theater, an active board member for Joy of Motion, and an honorary board member for The Embassy Series. He is also the founder of the Lithuanian nonprofit organization Global Lithuanian Leaders (GLL) and was recognized by the Lithuanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 2015 for outstanding leadership in youth mentoring. Read more.

My name is Rokas and this is my story.

(FWD.org)

My world was totally upended when I was 10 and communism fell. I was born in what was then the Lithuanian Socialist Republic of the USSR, and my familiar world ended with tanks and bloodshed during a cold winter in 1991. My parents didn’t know what to expect, and it was the first time I remember realizing that the world was a big, uncertain place. Read more.

The Washington Center honors SBI-Califronia’s Beresniovas

(AB Wire)

The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars, a nonprofit organization that places college students from the United States and other countries in internships, has recognized Rokas Beresniovas, a vice president for business development, at the State Bank of India (California), with an Internship Supervisor Award.

The award was presented at the spring 2016 Internship Supervisor Award Reception in Washington, DC, on April 20. Read more.

TWC Recognizes Student Nominated Internship Supervisors

(Christian Holm – The Washington Center)

The Washington Center hosted more than 80 internship site supervisors and their interns for the spring 2016 Internship Supervisor Award Reception on Wednesday, April 20. Rokas Beresniovas of the State Bank of India (California) received this semester’s Internship Supervisor Award. Beresniovas was nominated by interns Calvin Pratama from Earlham College, Zixiao Nie from Tsinghua University and Jasmeet Kaur Sandhu from Mount Royal University.

Beresniovas is one of more than 500 internship supervisors who pledge to uphold TWC’s Internship Bill of Rights. TWC established the guidelines in 2014 to empower interns and ensure they get the most from their internships. The Internship Bill of Rights encourages interns to think about the impact of the internship on their professional plans before their work even begins. It stresses the value of academic collaboration and gives employers a tool to measure the effectiveness of their own internship programs. Read more.

Who is a leader? How do you define one?

(The American Bazzar)

I would tell my past self not to be afraid to ask for help, as well as to ask someone to be my mentor. I would also tell my past self to have more courage to attend events and meet as many people as I could. The more people you meet the more you learn. I wish I had taken the time to learn how others faced challenges and made a difference earlier on. It’s like the quote says, “Sometimes all it takes is 20 seconds of insane courage; one moment of embarrassing bravery.” Read more.

Meet businessman Rokas Beresniovas

(Aleksandras Stulginskis University)

All students and academic staff are kindly welcomed to meet businessman Rokas Beresniovas (vice-president, State Bank of India, USA) on March 30, 2016, Room III-610. Rokas studied marketing in Lithuania and USA. He started his carrier in US as manager, was awarded many times for excellence in the region. In 2006 he started working in one of US banks and now he is one of the leaders in this sector.

Discussion will be held in English and Lithuanian. Read more.

Rokas Beresniovas Recognized With Washington’s SmartCEO 2016 Executive Management Award

(SmartCEO)

WASHINGTON – Washington SmartCEO last night recognized Rokas Beresniovas, Vice President at the State Bank of India, with its 2016 Executive Management Award. The Executive Management Awards recognize the leadership and accomplishments of Washington’s private sector executives; awardees are chosen by an independent committee of Washington’s business leaders. Read more.

Rokas to host a Networking & Scholarship Benefit Reception at The Embassy of Ivory Coast USA

(Global Tassels)

Rokas to host a Networking & Scholarship Benefit Reception for the Global Tassels at The Embassy of Ivory Coast USA. Read more.

Rokas was selected as a SmartCEO 2016 for the Washington Executive Management Awards

(SmartCEO)

Rokas was selected as a SmartCEO 2016 for the Washington Executive Management Awards.

SBI California ranked 13th among SBA lenders in Washington, DC, area

(The American Bazzar)

“We are thrilled to be ranked with such established banks in the community as Sonabank, BB&T and others, especially since we have been in this market for only a couple of years,” Rokas Beresniovas, a vice president, who is in charge of implementing strategic business plan for SBI California, told the American Bazaar. Read more.

Rokas received an award from the Lithuanian Foreign Ministry recognizing him as the best mentor in the U.S.

Rokas received an award from the Lithuanian Foreign Ministry recognizing him as the best mentor in the U.S. Read more.

Rokas received The Washington Center’s Fall 2015 Internship Site Supervisor Award

(The Washington Center)

Rokas received The Washington Center’s Fall 2015 Internship Site Supervisor Award for providing transformational experiences to young leaders. Read more.

Rokas is a finalist for SmartCEO 2015 Washington DC Money Manager Award

(SmartCEO)

The Money Manager Awards program honors bankers, wealth managers and investors who have demonstrated unrivaled commitment to their clients. They have selflessly dedicated their time, effort and financial savvy to helping their clients navigate and manage the complex financial landscape of their lives and businesses. These individuals serve as trusted financial partners and represent the best and brightest in the region. Finalists will be chosen by an independent committee of local business leaders, profiled in the September/October issue of SmartCEO magazine, and celebrated at an awards event in October where the winners will be announced live.

DC Chamber Announces 2015 Chamber’s Choice Awardees & Host Committee

(DC Chamber of Commerce)

The 2015 Gala Host Committee members include:

Donna Rattley Washington (Co-Chair) – Comcast
Christine Warnke (Co-Chair) – Hogan Lovells
Bill Alsup – Hines
Rokas Beresniovas – State Bank of India
Craig Dean – Marshall Moya Design
Sulaiman Lafti – Afghan American Chamber of Commerce and TriVision
Carolyn Howell – The Fun Company
Steven Jumper – Washington Gas
Ed McAllister – W.C. & A.N. Miller Realtors/Christie’s
Ben Soto- Premium Title & Escrow
Vinson Stringer- Broughton Construction

Read full PR.

Rokas on “Future Outlook for the U.S.-India Economic Partnership”

(AB Wire)

“India is shaping up to be the economic success story of 2015,” moderator Rokas Beresniovas, a vice president of Business Development at State Bank of India (California), pointed out. “Its economy is growing faster than China’s, as well as the most of any major economy in the world. It will surpass Russia’s this year in size and nearly equal Brazil’s in 2016, according to new data from the IMF.” Read more.

Rokas to receive the Global Community Innovators Award

(Global Tassels)

Global Tassels is an organization that supports the global movement and awareness efforts to eradicate poverty from 2015 and beyond. Read more.

Executive Leaders Radio CEO Interview With Rokas Beresniovas Hosted By Offit Kurman

(Offit Kurman)

Executive Leaders Radio conducts “elite interviews” of prominent CEOs, CFOs, and Presidents focusing on “what makes them tick.”. Read more.

Rokas received The Washington Center’s Spring 2015 Internship Site Supervisor Award

(The Washington Center)

Rokas received The Washington Center’s Spring 2015 Internship Site Supervisor Award for providing transformational experiences to young leaders. Read more.

Bootstrapping and scaling: growing a business from ground to the top

(American Bazaar)

Rokas is moderating a panel at the American Bazaar Entrepreneurship Summit. Read more.

The Initiative To Educate Afghan Women

(IEAW)

Please Join The Initiative To Educate Afghan Women for Cocktails and Conversation In Celebration of International Women’s Month Honoring People and Organizations that empower Women through Education, Leadership and Media Training. Invitation.

Listen Rokas on Executive Leaders Radio

(Executive Leaders Radio)

Rokas Beresniovas, Vice President at State Bank of India (California) in Washington DC first appeared on Executive Leaders Radio on March 12, 2015. Executive Leaders Radio is dedicated to honoring individuals who have risen to leadership roles through hard work and dedication. This highly popular radio program shares the stories and wisdom of leaders like Rokas Beresniovas with a diverse listener audience with the goal of helping others achieve the level of success that Rokas Beresniovas has. Listen.

Karjerą užsienyje padarę lietuviai: reikia kantrybės ir daug darbo

(Jurgita Laurinenaite – Veidas.lt)

Prieš 15 metų į JAV emigravęs Rokas Beresniovas šiandien yra Valstybinio Indijos banko viceprezidentas JAV. Didžiausias Indijos bankas prieš dvejus metus pasikvietė lietuvį, kad šis padėtų atidaryti komercinės bankininkystės biurą Vašingtone. 370 mlrd. JAV dolerių dydžio bankas turi padalinių daugiau nei 40 šalių, tačiau į JAV rinką skverbėsi labai iš lėto – per trisdešimt veiklos metų buvo atidaręs tik dešimt padalinių Kalifornijoje. Read more.

State Bank of India (California) sees great expansion potential in U.S.

(Raif Karerat – The American Bazaar)

WASHINGTON, DC: State Bank of India (California) is the only subsidiary in the United States of an Indian bank. Started more than three decades ago, it has branches in California and Washington, DC. Rokas Beresniovas is a Vice President, who is in charge of implementing strategic business plan for SBIC’s DC market expansion. In a recent interview, he spoke to The American Bazaar about the bank’s operations, lending and clientele, among other topics. Read it.

Unleashing Innovation Summit 2015, April 15 & 16 2015, Mumbai India

(Global Executive Events)

The summit’s format is structured to maximize learning and networking with a time efficient two- day interactive and diverse knowledge-sharing format to provide a collaborative delegate and speaker sharing opportunity. It aims to be both fun and informative – to provide the maximum networking so that presenters and attendees are given equal chance to contribute.  There will be panel discussions, interviews, TBDs, case studies and networking sessions throughout the programme to enhance the learning and ability to make personal contacts throughout. Read it.

3 Ways To Stop Wasting Other People’s Time

(Emmie Martin – Business Insider)

Everyone’s found themselves in the middle of a pointless meeting or on the end of a conversation that’s going nowhere. And while there’s little you can do in those instances, you can prevent yourself from being the one who wastes other people’s time in the future.

“We’ve all been there: meetings that were anything but productive with contacts we’ll probably never call again,” says Rokas Beresniovas, vice president at the State Bank of India, in a recent LinkedIn post. But instead of walking away feeling discouraged, Beresniovas says he takes note of what went wrong so he can avoid it the next time. Read more.

How Not To Waste Someone Else’s Time

(LinkedIn)

Recent article published by Rokas. Read more.

How to Exit a Less than Productive Conversation

(LinkedIn)

Recent article published by Rokas. Read more.

How to Tell if Someone is Worth your Time in 5 Minutes or Less

(LinkedIn)

Recent article published by Rokas. Read more.

The Eurasia Center Award

(The Eurasia Center)

Established in 1982, the State Bank of India (California) is a fully owned subsidiary of the State Bank of India, a Fortune 500 company and one of the largest banks in the world with controlling ownership by the Government of India. State Bank of India (California) has grown steadily in the US over the years to almost 1 billion dollars in US assets. Its most recent expansion was the opening of the East Coast office based in Washington, DC. Read more.

Rokas Beresniovas hosting an evening with Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev

(City Club of Washington)

Named one of India’s 50 most influential people, Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev has addressed prominent global forums on issues as diverse as socio-economic development, leadership and spirituality. He has served as delegate to the United Nations Millennium Peace Summit and the World Peace Congress and has been a special invitee to the World Economic Forum , the Australian Leadership Retreat and TED.His interviews are featured in The New York Times, BBC, Bloomberg, CNNI and CNBC. He is the author of over 50 books, the subject of four books and co-author of the Amazon bestseller “Midnights with the Mystic.” His public talks frequently draw crowds of over 300,000 people.

Sadhguru is also a founder of Isha Foundation, a non-religious, not-for-profit organization with over 200 centers worldwide and over one million volunteers. Invitation.

Rokas Beresniovas Co-Founder of International Speaker Society on Negotiations

(Success in the City)

Invitation: Co-Founder of International Speaker Society on Negotiations
Interview with Rokas Beresniovas:Interview with Rokas Beresniovas, VP of State Bank of India US
Interview with the board of International Speaker Society: The International Speaker Sociaty with Chris Voss, CEO of The Black Swan Group

 Did you know that you can actually apply the principles of hostage negotiation to creating a win/win strategy for closing a deal, agreeing on terms in a contract and maybe even apply those same techniques to negotiation with your kids?

 Christopher Voss, an adjunct professor of business negotiation in the M.B.A. program at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, former FBI Lead International Kidnapping Negotiator and owner of The Black Swan Group, will help you improve your own negotiation skills with exciting, interesting yet simple hostage negotiation techniques that can be used in the business world.

Race Toward A Cure!

(BisNow)

Last night we also went to L2 for Race Toward A Cure, a Marine Corps Marathon fundraiser benefiting brain cancer research, inspired by BethAnn Telford, who was diagnosed in 2005 with terminal brain cancer, but hasn’t let it slow her down. We snapped her (second right) with co-hosts Lamont Easter, Rokas Beresniovas, Larissa Johnson, and Sandeep ThakrarRead more.

Special Reception In Recognition of September 11th Lung Health Initiatives

(NJH)

Reception Co-Chairs Rokas and Christine Beresniovas Thursday, September 12th, 2013 | 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm Hosted by Samia El Baroudy 3302 Prospect Street NW, Washington DC 20007 Complimentary hors d’oeurves and wine will be served For 114 years National Jewish Health has been the leading respiratory hospital in the nation and conducts innovative groundbreaking. Read more.

‘A Cause, Not Just a Fashion Show’ for Diabetes Research

(Georgetowner)

Among those present were celebrity guest host Paul Wharton of Paul Wharton Style, Michelle Obama’s makeup artist Carl Ray, L.A. writer Liz Fraley, fresh off of covering the Cannes Film Festival, former NFL player John Booty and Rokas Beresniovas of the Georgetown Business Association. Those sporting Roscoe Designs ties included ABC7’s Scott Thuman and Mr. District of Columbia 2012 Hirsh Singh. Read more.

Former Head Moves to State Bank of India

(Georgetowner)

Rokas Beresniovas, former GBA president, has accepted the position of vice president with the State Bank of India to head its expansion market in Washington, D.C. He was previously with HSBC Bank USA. Read more. Read more.

Būsimasis „State Bank of India“ viceprezidentas R. Beresniovas: „Kreditas gali palengvinti gyvenimą, jeigu juo protingai naudosiesi“

(Lietuvos Rytas)

R. Beresniovas traukiasi iš vieno didžiausių pasaulio bankų HSBC, kuriame dirbo daugiau nei dvejus metus ir tęsia savo karjerą „State Bank Of India“, čia jis taip pat užims viceprezidento pareigas.

„Valstybiniam Indijos bankui padėsiu įsitvirtinti rytinėje JAV pakrantėje nuo Niujorko iki Vašingtono. Mane suviliojo šis iššūkis.“ – kalba bankininkas. Read more.

Rokas Beresniovas | People on the Move

(Washington Business Journal)

The State Bank of India selected Rokas Beresniovas to head their Mid-Atlantic expansion market as Vice President of Business Development in Washington, DC. Read more.

ShenetLT Mingle’as – verslo sėkmės istorijos

Bendraujant su sėkmingais žmonėmis ir besiklausant jų verslo sėkmės istorijų – visuomet įgaunama daugiau drąsos, įkvėpimo ir jėgų savo idėjų įgyvendinimui ir verslo plėtrai. Šio Mingle‘o metu „HSBC Bank USA“ viceprezidentas Rokas Beresniovas pasakojo savo karjeros istoriją – kokia buvo pradžia išvykus į didžiulę užsienio šalį, kokios atsivėrė galimybės ir kokios lietuvio savybės jam pravertė, siekiant šiuo metu užimamų pareigų, ką vertina JAV darbdaviai ir kokie pagrindiniai verslo aplinkos bei kultūriniai skirtumai tarp lietuvių ir JAV gyventojų. Read more.

ShenetLT Mingle

Mieli ShenetLT nariai, metus pradėję sveikatingumo temomis, tęsime juos su verslo sėkmės istorijomis – kad visi pasisemtume įkvėpimo, naujų idėjų ir svarbiausia – drąsos jų įgyvendinimui. Vakaro programa:
– Rasos Martens, „Mabre“ viešbučio savininkės, verslo sėkmės istorija.
– Roko Beresniovo, „HSBC Bank USA“ viceprezidento, pranešimas. Read more.

Beresniovai garsina Lietuvą

(Povilas A. Kaunas – Kauno Zurnalistai)

„Aš sieju save su Lietuva, su jos sparčiai besikeičiančia kultūra, gyvenimu, – atsakė Rokas. – Mano ir Lietuvoje gyvenančių žmonių mąstymas kartais skiriasi, tačiau jaučiu poreikį perduoti savo ir kitų JAV įsitvirtinusių lietuvių profesionalų žinias ir patirtį perspektyviam Lietuvos jaunimui ir taip prisidėti prie Lietuvos vystymosi ir ateities. Aš jaučiuosi lietuviu, nes esu lietuvis ne vien dėl to, kad turiu pasą. Negyvenu Lietuvoje, bet dažnai į ją grįžtu, nesu nutolęs nuo šalies realybės, ji mano gimtasis kraštas“.
O štai kitas atviras, nuoširdus Roko prisipažinimas:IQ apžvalgininkės L. Navickaitės paklaustas, kad, pasiekęs tokias karjeros aukštumas,, vargu ar svarstytų galimybę grįžti į Lietuvą“ „ O kodėl gi ne? – atsakė Rokas. – Aš dažnai apie tai pagalvoju.. Bet mąstau ir apie tai, kaip čia galėčiau save realizuoti. Kai rinka maža, tokia užduotis nelengva. Jeigu sulaukčiau įdomaus pasiūlymo, tikrai svarstyčiau grįžti gyventi ir dirbti Lietuvoje“. Red More.

GBA to Georgetown Businesses: ‘Roll Up Your Sleeves’

(Georgetowner)

Outgoing president Rokas Beresniovas said 2012 was a “challenging, yet rewarding year for the GBA.” The organization revamped its bylaws and has partnered with several new companies to market the GBA and to help monitor its finances. Read more.

Georgetown Biz Group Honors 2012 Achievers

(Georgetowner)

Outgoing GBA president Rokas Beresniovas reviewed 2012’s work: revised bylaws, partnerships with Georgetown-based businesses and a wider marketing effort. Along with new events like the candidates’ forum and the Financial Policy Institute seminar, Beresniovas said that the customary senior advisory luncheon will be relaunched in spring 2013 with some changes. The new GBA president Riyad Said thanked Beresniovas and said his last name was easier to pronounce. GBA vice president Janie Schoonover spoke of GBA’s ability to lobby the government as well as zoning and parking. Read more.

VDU svarsto galimybę bendradarbiauti su Džordžtauno universitetu

(Diena Media / Baltic Course)

JAV sostinėje Vašingtone neseniai atidaryta Vytauto Didžiojo universiteto (VDU) atstovybė pasiryžusi plėsti tarptautinį bendradarbiavimą. VDU rektorius Zigmas Lydeka prieš keletą dienų susitiko su Niujorko Džiulijardo muzikos akademijos prezidentu Joseph’u Polisi.

Šį susitikimą padėjo organizuoti Džiulijardo konservatorijos absolventas Dr. Edvinas Minkštimas ir organizacijos „Globalios Lietuvos lyderiai“ valdybos narys Rokas Beresniovas.

Džiulijardo mokyklos prodekanas Adam’as Meyer’is lankėsi Lietuvoje šių metų rugsėjį, kai buvo pasirašyta šių dviejų aukštųjų mokyklų bendradarbiavimo sutartis, įtvirtinanti planus ateityje vykdyti mainų programas. Read more. English version.

Biz Group Nominates 2013 Officers; Elections at Dec. 12 Party

(Georgetowner)

Riyad Said, incoming GBA president, with reception hostess Sara Mokhtari and outgoing GBA president Rokas Beresniovas.

The Georgetown Business Association announced its nominated 2013 officers at a board reception at the George Town Club Nov. 14. New year’s top officers are slated to be: president, Riyad Said of Wells Fargo; vice president, Janine Schoonover of JSWGroup; treasurer, Karen Ohri of Georgetown Floor Coverings; secretary, Molly Quigley of Clyde’s Restaurant Group. Read more.

R. Beresniovas: lietuviai per daug sureikšmina savo šaly

(Lina Navickate – Economist)

R. Beresniovas: „Norime tapti globalia bendruomene, kuri į Lietuvą žiūrėtų iš aukščiau, o ne iš Lietuvos – į viršų.“ (Asmeninio archyvo nuotr.)

Lietuvius užsienyje turėtų vienyti ne gimtoji kalba, liaudies dainos ar cepelinai, o troškimas dalytis svetur įgyta profesine patirtimi ir kartu didinti gimtosios šalies konkurencines pajėgas. Tokia idėja karjeros visame pasaulyje siekiančius tautiečius mėgina sudominti JAV banko HSBC padalinio „Global Business Banking“ viceprezidentas Rokas Beresniovas, kurį Stokholme (Švedija) kalbino IQ apžvalgininkė Lina Navickaitė. Read more.

Rokas Beresniovas apie VDU fondą:

http://www.tvdu.lt/video/rokas_beresniovas_apie_vdu_fond. Watch it.

„Sėkmės mokykla“. R.Beresniovas: blogos patirties nėra

(Delfi.lt)

Amerikos lietuvis, „HSBC Bank USA“ viceprezidentas, tarptautinio tinklo „Globalios Lietuvos lyderiai“ valdybos narys Rokas Beresniovas neabejoja asmeninės patirties ir sąmoningo jos projektavimo karjeroje svarba. Anot R. Beresniovo viską lemia noras ir gebėjimas susidariusias sunkias situacijas pakreipti sau naudinga linkme. Read more.

The Waterfront is Back!

(The Bis Now)

Tony and Joe’s officially re-opens for the first time since the great flood on September 5, with an even better atmosphere: granite bars, white tablecloths, and warm decor. Here, its owners, Dean and Tony Cibel flank Greg Casten and Councilman Vince Orange; at right, Georgetown BID prez Rokas Beresniovas. Read more.

Georgetown Business Association Thais One On

(The Georgetowner)

Rokas Beresniovas, president of the Georgetown Business Association, greeted members and guests around the room. The Mai Thai staff kept the sweet drinks coming and the buffet table full. GBA secretary Janine Schoonover said, “The excitement is back.” Schoonover praised the GBA’s new event organizer Adra Williams and her partner Joseph Otim, adding, “We’re solid and moving forward.” Read more.

NewzDudes!

(Biz NOW)

Men Against Breast Cancer helps men be there for the women they love when breast cancer strikes. Here, Board member Dynamite Graphics’ Rob Dewolfee, founder Mark Heyison, Sotheby’s Howard Fletcher, and HSBC’s Rokas Beresniovas.” Read more.

GLL organized a discussion on global migration of talent

(Global Lithuanian Leaders)

The panelists included Mr. Vygaudas Ušackas, EU Special Envoy for Afghanistan, Ms. Nijolė Kelpšaitė, Managing Partner, J. Friisberg amp; Partners, Mr. Gintaras Steponavičius, Minister of Education of the Republic of Lithuania, H.E. Mr. David Hunt, British Ambassador to Lithuania, Mr. Paul Daugalis, Asset Management Services, Senior Consultant, SKF Central Eastern Europe, Mr. Rokas Beresniovas, HSBC Bank USA Vice President, GLL|Global Lithuanian Leaders Board Member. Read more.

Lietuvių bankininkas Amerikoje: ir užjūryje dirbame dėl gimtinės

(ekonomika.lt – Marijus Širvinskas)

Savo jėgomis „amerikietišką svajonę“ įgyvendinęs jaunasis bankininkas nuo Kauno dažnai atvyksta į Lietuvą. Atstovaudamas kompanijos „Global Strategy“ tarybai padeda megzti glaudžius ryšius tarp Vytauto Didžiojo universiteto ir Šiaurės Amerikos akademinių institucijų, sykiu rūpinasi pasaulio lietuvių jaunimu. Read more.

IFA Hosts Tunisia Franchise Forum

(International Franchise Association – Beth Solomon)

Johnny Rockets Senior Vice President, International Development Steve Devine, Hilton Worldwide Vice President and Senior Counsel Karen Satterlee, CFE, MSA Worldwide Managing Director Kay Ainsley, CFE, and HSBC Bank Vice President Rokas Beresniovas responded to the Secretary’s call to meet a Tunisian delegation   in support of the nation’s democratic transition. Read more.

JAV lietuvis: „protų nutekėjimą“ pakeitė „protų cirkuliacija“

(delfi.lt – Mindaugas Jackevicius)

Lietuvių išvykimas į užsienį sukuria Lietuvai didelę vertę – intelektualinį kapitalą. Norint Lietuvai būti kompetentingai, reikia, kad žmonės išvyktų, įgytų korporacinės kultūros patirties ir tai atsivežtų atgal. Read more.

Kontaktų mainai priviliojo būrį Kauno jaunimo

(Zalgirio Arena – Kaunas)

Renginio iniciatoriai, JAV gyvenantys lietuviai – pianistas Edvinas Minkštimas ir „HSBC Bank USA“ viceprezidentas Rokas Beresniovas – pasakojo, kad abu yra kauniečiai, mokęsi Juozo Naujalio muzikos gimnazijoje. Paradoksalu, tačiau gyvendami Lietuvoje vienas kito nepažinojo.

„Mes nesusipažinome, nors aš lankiau tą pačią menų gimnaziją. Prieš dvejus metus susipažinome Vašingtone, viename iš kontaktų mainų renginių. Pradėjome kartu bendrauti, draugauti, keistis idėjomis“, – pasakojo E.Minkštimas, aplink kurį viso renginio metu būriavosi jauni dalyviai.

R.Beresniovas džiaugėsi, kad Kaunas pateisino savo studentų miesto vardą. Kontaktų mainuose Kaune užsiregistravo 240 dalyvių, kurių dauguma buvo jaunimas.

„Buvo tikrai labai įspūdinga – iš tokios gausos žmonių visi buvo labai entuziastingi. Labai tikiuosi, kad kontaktų mainai bus organizuojami ir ateityje, galbūt net kas mėnesį“, – sakė jis. Read more.

Kas padėtų į Lietuvą pritraukti „protus“ ?

(Balsas.lt)

didžiausią emigracijos bangą nuo XIX a. pabaigos išgyvenančią Švediją.

Rokas Beresniovas, „HSBC Bank USA“ viceprezidentas, prieš 13 metų išvykęs karjeros siekti į JAV, diskusijos metu pabrėžė, kad išvykę lietuviai prie pokyčių čia, Lietuvoje, gali prisidėti nebūtinai grįždami į Tėvynę. Tačiau svarbu kreipti dėmesį į ryšio su gimtąja šalimi išlaikymą.

„Būdamas vienu iš GLL profesionalų tinklo steigėjų, siekiu prisidėti prie GLL, kaip platformos tokiam ryšiui palaikyti, kūrimo. Be abejo, svarbūs ir politiniai veiksniai, tokie kaip dviguba pilietybė, siekiant išlaikyti ryšį su po pasaulį išsibarsčiusiais lietuviais“, – sakė Rokas Beresniovas. Read more.

Didysis brolis – kas tai?

(Pinigu Karta)

Didysis brolis – kas tai? Wach it.

Tema: Amerikos ekonomikos būklė

(Pinigu Karta)

Amerikos ekonomikos bukle. Wach it.

„Kontaktų mainai“ išbudino Klaipėdos visuomenę

(Klaipedos Diena – Asta Dykoviene)

„Labai sveikinu visus susirinkusius čia, į, mano manymu, labai perspektyvų ir prasmingą renginį. Tai – puiki starto aikštelė jauniems žmonėms pradėti savo karjerą. Kita vertus, jau įsitvirtinusiems klaipėdiečiams smagu pajausti jaunatvišką pulsą ir surasti būsimus kolegas, partnerius ar darbuotojus. Linkiu šiam renginiui pasiekti šių tikslų“, – „Kontaktų mainuose“ linkėjo Klaipėdos meras V.Grubliauskas.

„Vakaruose tokie renginiai labai populiarūs. Lietuvoje – tai naujas dalykas, bet manau, kad Lietuva tam jau pribrendusi, nes jaunimas važinėja, grįžta, ir mato, kaip kas vyksta kitur. Tokie susitikimai labai vertingi, ypač jaunimui“, – pasakojo renginio iniciatorius „HSBC Bank USA“ viceprezidentas Rokas Beresniovas. Read more.

Kontaktų mainai: nuo vizitinės kortelės – iki partnerių

(Vilniaus Diena – Lina Mrazauskaite)

Besibaigiant renginiui vienas iniciatorių, „HSBC Bank USA“ viceprezidentas Rokas Beresniovas sakė nė nespėjęs apsidairyti, nes nenutrūkstamai bendravo su dalyviais. Jis džiaugėsi, kad kontaktų mainai buvo sėkmingi, gautų vizitinių – apstu, o dalyviai vis pabrėžė, kad tokio pobūdžio renginiai šalyje ir naudingi, ir būtini. R.Beresniovas neslėpė turintis vilčių, kad kontaktų mainais Vilniuje, Kaune ir Klaipėdoje renginio tradicija nenutrūks.

„Aš pats gavau labai daug kontaktų. Netgi sutikau žmogų, kuris 6 mėnesiams vyks į Vašingtoną dirbti Federaliniame rezervų banke. Kadangi pats gyvenu Vašingtone, galėsime ten bendrauti, plėtoti idėjas. Apskritai buvo smagu matyti, kad kai kurie žmonės kruopščiai paruošė namų darbus ir atvyko į renginį su misija“, – pasakojo R.Beresniovas. Read more.

Kontaktų mainai priviliojo būrį Kauno jaunimo

(Kauno Diena – Lina Mrazauskaite)

R.Beresniovas džiaugėsi, kad Kaunas pateisino savo studentų miesto vardą. Kontaktų mainuose Kaune užsiregistravo 240 dalyvių, kurių dauguma buvo jaunimas.

„Buvo tikrai labai įspūdinga – iš tokios gausos žmonių visi buvo labai entuziastingi. Labai tikiuosi, kad kontaktų mainai bus organizuojami ir ateityje, galbūt net kas mėnesį“, – sakė jis. Read more.

Apsimainė šimtais vizitinių kortelių

(Klaipedos Diena – Asta Dykoviene)

Renginį inicijavę JAV gyvenantys lietuviai – pianistas Edvinas Minkštimas ir „HSBC Bank USA“ viceprezidentas Rokas Beresniovas – siekė užsienyje paplitusią kontaktų mainų tradiciją perkelti ir į gimtąjį kraštą. Prieš renginį dar svarstę apie lietuvių nedrąsą kaip tautinį bruožą, iniciatoriai vis dėlto visuose trijuose renginiuose neatsigynė smalsių dalyvių ir išdalijo bene visas paruoštas vizitines korteles.

Lietuvoje pirmuosius žingsnius kontaktų mainų tradicijos link buvo nuspręsta skirti jaunimui, dar augantiems profesionalams. Taip buvo tikimasi paskatinti jaunimą drąsiau semtis patirties iš šalies verslo lyderių, atverti jam kelius dalytis užgimusiomis idėjomis, o galbūt net surasti potencialių darbdavių.

Prabilk apie savo idėjas garsiai!

(VDU Radijas)

Nors pagyvenę dėdės ir tetos pirštu grūmoja, kad emigruoti negerai, kad reikia mylėti savo kraštą, tačiau perspektyvus mūsų šalies jaunimas mąsto kitaip. Nėra ko slėpti, kad daugelis jų pakeliavę po margąjį pasaulį grįžta tik pažiūrėti į prieinamas (prieini, pasižiūri ir nueini) produktų kainas ir padūsavus grįžti atgal ten, kur laukia labiau nei tėvynėje, vis dėlto yra dalelė optimistų, kurie siekia įgyvendinti savo svetur gimusias idėjas čia, Lietuvoje. Su geranoriškomis mintimis, kaip pakelti jaunimo kvalifikacijos lygį šalyje ir išlaisvinti juos iš kompleksų gniaužtų kalbant su potencialiais darbdaviais, nors ir trumpam, bet iš JAV grįžta du lietuviai – pianistas Edvinas Minkštimas ir „HSBC Bank USA“ viceprezidentas Rokas Beresniovas. Read more.

Kontaktų mainai: kai susitinka žmonės ir idėjos

(Diena – Lina Mrazauskaitė)

R.Beresniovas pasakojo, kad kontaktų mainai yra Vakarų kultūrai būdingas renginys, o Lietuvoje jo tradicijų dar nėra. Anot pašnekovo, svetur žmonės jau žino tokių renginių vertę, todėl jie yra populiarūs ir jų poreikis kyla natūraliai: „Vakaruose kontaktų mainų renginiai yra netgi susiskirstę pagal sritis. Lietuvoje esame buvę keliuose tokio pobūdžio renginiuose, tačiau matyti, kad šalyje dar nėra kontaktų mainų kultūros, o žmonės į juos ateina pasikalbėti su keliais pažįstamais.“ Read more.

Georgetown Officials Split Over Food Trucks

(Georgetow Patch – Shawn Courtney)

In a letter sent to DCRA about the food truck regulations, GBA President Rokas Beresniovas asked that the rules offer “assurances that the areas in which [food trucks] locate are not over-run or overburdened by their presence.”. Read more.

Mayor and Council members Celebrate Success of GBA

(Georgetow Patch – Shawn Courtney)

Newly elected GBA president, Rokas Beresniovas, told the crowd of members and elected officials, “the State of The GBA is a positive one, even though we all know that we still have some challenges before us.”

Mayor Vincent Gray praised the GBA for its work supporting small businesses, which he called “the backbone of this city.” Read more.

Lietuviškų protų šturmas su idėjomis iš elitinio Kembridžo

(Veidas)

O “HSBC Bank USA” viceprezidentas Rokas Beresniovas sako, kad, žvelgiant iš anapus Atlanto, išryškėja dar viena spraga, norint pritraukti investicijų, – tai informacijos, susijusios su investicijomis, importu ir eksportu, verslo kūrimu Lietuvoje stygius. Reikėtų išsamios, nuolat atnaujinamos vienos duomenų bazės virtualioje erdvėje, kuri būtų lengvai valdoma, naršoma ir prieinama visiems norintiesiems. Read more.

Business Group to Greet New Year and Officers

(The Georgetowner – Robert Devaney)

A new year brings new schedules, new meetings and new officers at the Georgetown Business Association, which will meet Wednesday, Jan. 18, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., at The Georgetown Club, 1530 Wisconsin Avenue, N.W. Read more.

G’town Business Group in Festive Mood with Mayor, Councilmen and Awardees

(The Georgetowner – Robert Devaney)

The incoming GBA president Rokas Beresniovas proclaimed the state of the association strong and said that lobbying for local interests would a top goal, and GBA secretary Janine Schoonover introduced the presenters and awardees. The Art Schultz Communitarian Award was presented to Karen Daly on behalf of Dumbarton House by last year’s awardee John Dreyfuss of Halcyon House. The Joe Pozell Public Safety Award was given to the Metropolitan Police Department’s Second District Commander Michael Reese and officer Roberto Corchado as well as to Chip Dent for his work on high-tech videocams. The Business of the Year Award went to Serendipity 3 – presented to co-owner/restaurateur Britt Swan by last year’s awardee Judith Beermann of the Georgetown Dish. Lawyer Joel Bennett certified the election of new board members. Read more.

Beresniovas Elected New GBA President

(The Georgetowner – Robert Devaney)

On Nov. 16, the board of directors of the Georgetown Business Association elected its officers for 2012 and held its networking reception at F.Scott’s restaurant on 36th Street.

Succeeding Joe Giannino as president will be Rokas Beresniovas of HSBC Bank USA. The new vice president will be Riyad Said of Wells Fargo; treasurer, Karen Ohri of Georgetown Floorcoverings; secretary, Janine Schoonover of Serendipity3. They begin their one-year terms Jan. 1.

“Building on great leadership for the past two years, the GBA has new energy and is getting younger members,” Beresniovas said. “We have to sustain that, and we have built better relationships with many community groups.” The GBA — which also acts as a lobbyist for small businesses — works closely with the Georgetown Business Improvement District, which is not allowed to lobby. Read more.

Georgetown Business Association elects 2012 board

(Georgetown Dish – Judith Beermann)

The Georgetown Business Association (GBA) elected their 2012 board members yesterday. “It tells you how much this organization has evolved in the past two years… ‘Fresh blood’, young, ambitious, energetic,” said incoming president, Rokas Beresniovas. Adding, “Karen and Janine – new board members, one year on the board and proved themselves to be great leaders with lots of energy and ideas in the community. Newly elected vice president Riyad Said, has been involved with GBA for the past three years, most recently as treasurer.

Beresniovas has been a GBA board member since 2007 and vice president for the past two years. He succeeds Joe Giannino as president. Read more.

Sugavęs amerikietišką ,,laimės paukštę”

(Draugas – Laima Apanaviciene)

Naujas pareigas GBA aš priimu kaip dar didesnęatsakomybę ir kaip šio susivienijimo darbuotojų pasitikėjimo manimi ženklą. Su GBA dirbu jau daugiau nei 3 metai. Peršį laikotarpį surengėme ne vieną dešimtį renginiųWashington, DC ir tarptautinei bendruomenei. 2008 metai GBA buvo labai sunkūs. Atėjęs į susivienijimo tarybą, stengiausi, kad kiti nariai nenuleistų rankų, skatinau stiprinti organizacijos autoritetą ir veiklą, ruošti sėkmingus renginius. Surinkome puikių žmoniųkomandą, kuri savo tikėjimu, nesavanaudišku darbu ir lūkesčiųpateisinimu padėjo GBA augti ir pasiekti užsibrėžtus tikslus.Šiuo metu ši pelno nesiekianti organizacija yra viena iš svarbiausių verslo susivienijimų Washington, DC, kurio įtaka jaučiama politikoje, versle ir kultūriniame miesto gyvenime. Read More.

Abboud!

(Bisnow)

Last night we joined a well-dressed crowd in power suits to celebrate the grand opening of fashion designer Joseph Abboud‘s new Streets of Georgetown concept store.

We snapped the famed fashion designer surrounded by G’town BID’s Riyad Said and Rokas Beresniovas. This is only his second concept store; the first is in Beverly Hills. Since a new survey shows DC ranks #1 in the country in spending on clothes, we think that’s appropriate. Read more.

Georgetown businesses prepare for vote

(Georgetown Dish)

In 2012, legislation will be the number one-priority for the GBA because of the need to reestablish a strong lobbying organization for local interests. We will also continue collaborating with other Georgetown groups—indeed such cooperation is currently underway—to develop ideas about how to make Georgetown the most competitive shopping destination in Washington, D.C. while also respecting the needs of local residents.

Additionally, we will continue to build on the momentum already achieved by GBA in reaching out to new members, supporting the varied needs of our current members, and developing a stronger social media presence online. We also plan to continue streamlining GBA operations to ensure that processes are more efficient for our members. For example, next year we hope to implement an automated membership management system that will make it easier for members to pay their dues online. Finally, because networking is one of the most important activities for GBA members, we will continue to host a variety of our most popular activities, including new “members only” events.

I am proud to have been a part of such exciting developments with GBA, and I can’t wait to see what the New Year brings. Thank you for your ongoing leadership and participation in this important endeavor for our community and our nation’s capital. Read more.

It’s a Contest for Next GBA President

(The Georgetowner)

Rokas Beresniovas, vice president of the Georgetown Business Association, who works at HSBC Bank USA, and Ed Solomon, an advisory neighborhood commissioner and owner of Wedding Creations on P Street, are vying to be the next GBA president. Also under consideration for position at the GBA: Riyad Said and Beth Webster for vice president; Janine Schoonover for secretary; Karen Ohri and Alan Helfer for treasurer. Other board positions are being determined as well.

The GBA is a non-profit membership organization. Its two principal goals are to: “connect Georgetown businesses with potential customers, other businesses and Georgetown and D.C. leadership” and “advocate on behalf of the Georgetown businesses and professionals.” Read more.

JAV gyvenantys talentingi lietuviai stengiasi Lietuvai grąžinti savo „nutekėjusius protus“

(Lietuvos Rytas – Lina Mustafinaite)

Pianistas Edvinas Minkštimas ir bankininkas Rokas Beresniovas turbūt nejaukiai pasimuistytų pavadinti Amerikos lietuviais. Nors jau beveik dešimtmetį abu gyvena už Atlanto, jie sako, kad jų namai – visas pasaulis. Kosmopolitų kartos atstovai, kurių pirmasis gyvenimo dešimtmetis prabėgo sovietinėje Lietuvoje, antrasis – nepriklausomoje, o trečiasis – užsienyje, sako turintys kitokį požiūrį į emigraciją. Jie daug dirba, kad padėtų Lietuvai susigrąžinti „nutekėjusius protus“. Read more.

Roundtable Discussion at VMU Will Look at Global Lithuania

(Vytautas Magnus University)

The participants of the discussion are: one of the most prominent young Lithuanian pianists, graduate of The Juilliard School (New York), VMU Assoc. Prof. Edvinas Minkštimas, Vice-President at HSBC (Washington, USA) Rokas Beresniovas, VMU Rector Prof. Zigmas Lydeka, the project coordinator of Lithuanian Diaspora Academy Vida Bagdonavičienė and the historian, cultural researcher, journalist, VMU history professor, Director of Lithuanian Emigration Institute Prof. Egidijus Aleksandravičius. The discussion will be moderated by Prof. Auksė Balčytienė.

In the roundtable discussion, participants will share their experience and insights about VMU’s unique features and the significance of raising the university’s competitiveness. Attention will also be drawn to service to Lithuania, ideas how to bring the Diaspora together and the ideas of Lithuanian Diaspora Academy, social relations and various partnerships with businesses and international associations, participation in rating agencies’ projects, charity and service to public life. Read more.

U.S. Open 2011 not so open to U.S. winners

(Georgetown Dish – Beth Solomon)

Enter Georgetown Business Association Vice President Rokas Beresniovas, a native of Lithuania and senior official at HSBC, N.A. — the internationally oriented, London-based bank. Beresniovas took a posse of friends to the Open, courtesy of HSBC — all of whom are tuned in to the global marketplace as well as being golfers. Marriott, Host, Deloitte, Lexus, American Express and other global companies took major sponsorship roles in the event. American Express passed out mini TVs and radios and offered social media stations near the 18th hole. Lexus offered fun photo ops that even made the Americans look like champs. American companies get it when it comes to golf.
Beresniovas is bringing an international perspective to the Georgetown Business Association as well. “You have to be thinking globally to succeed in almost any business today,” he says. Read more.

Autism Rallies the Arts

(K Street Kate – Jordana Merran)

Based out of suburban Maryland, the group hoped to connect with the DC philanthropic community, said Georgetown Business Association vice-president and CSAAC Board member Rokas Beresniovas. Because raising awareness was more important than fundraising, “We wanted to provide value,” he said of the event-planning process. He and fellow Host Committee members – individuals representing DC’s diverse political and business scene – did just that. Read more.

City Tavern Club hosts Fashion, Music and Art for Autism

(Georgetown Dish – Butter Dish)

On Saturday June 4, the CSAAC Foundation was the beneficiary of an elegant evening entitled “Fashion, Music, and Art for Autism” held at the historic City Tavern Club in Georgetown. Over 150 guests nibbled on cupcakes, sipped champagne, perused the silent auction, and enjoyed a classical piano performance by Juilliard Fellow Dr. Edvinas Minkstimas, regarded as one of Europe’s top emerging pianists. Read more.

Fashion, Music and Art for Autism Comes to Georgetown

(Georgetown Dish – Blue Plate)

The historic City Tavern Club will again serve as the setting for this year’s annual“Fashion, Music and Art for Autism” on Saturday, June 4, 2011. This charity benefit will feature a runway show with local designer fashions, classical piano performances and a silent auction. This event, which already has several hundred individuals on the guest list, including some of the District’s most prominent business and social personalities, will raise money for Community Services for Autistic Adults and Children (CSAAC) and will draw attention to the steep increase in autism rates, which now affect 1 in 110 children born today. Event co-chairs are Janine Schoonover, an entrepreneur active in local charities and Georgetown Business Association Member, and Rokas Beresniovas, Vice President at HSBC and board member of CSAAC Foundation. Read more.

Home run for Horton’s Kids

(Georgetown Dish – Blue Plate)

Two of the “At-Bat” committee members for the event were Georgetowners, Rokas Beresniovas, vice president of the GBA, and Janine Schoonover, GBA board member. The event was also sponsored by a very special honorary host committee—over 80 representatives from Congress. And, what baseball event would be complete without team mascot Screech and foam-headed president Teddy? These mascots were on hand to delight the crowd as they partook in traditional ballpark fare and bid on many one-of-a-kind items at the Silent Auction inside the President’s Club. Home Runs for Horton’s Kids is held each year to raise funds necessary to continue meeting Ward 8 community needs. This year, the event raised approximately $320,000. Read more.

Tudor Place hosts annual garden party

(Georgetown Dish – Pepper Pot)

The Garden Party brings together residents, and business/community representatives to enjoy the historic property. Many local businesses helped to support the event, including the Georgetown Business Association. “GBA is proud to be a supporter of the Tudor Place Garden Party for the second year in a row,” said GBA’s Rokas Beresniovas. “Now, more than ever, its very important for nonprofits to work with and support each other for the benefit of the community.” Read more.

Georgetown launches first business social media channel

(Georgetown Dish – Wendy Gordon)

GBA members and board members including Rokas Beresniovas, Riyad Said, Jennifer Altemus, Sonya Bernhardt, Jim Wilcox, Susan Calloway, Janine Schoonover, Sue Hamilton (an organizer of the event), as well as House of Sweden’s Cecilia Browning, Keith Lipert of Keith Lipert Gallery and Brian Armstrong of The George Town Club attended the event. Business leaders John Asadoorian, Chris Smith, The Current Newspapers’ Davis Kennedy, Mary Kay Williams and George Steinbraker, Liz Sara, Marilyn Salenger, Bo Jonsson and Dean amp; Deluca’s Eric Forsythe also mixed and mingled. Read more.

Gtown Biz Assoc. Debuts ‘Out amp; About’ on the Dish

(Georgetowner)

The Georgetown Business Association celebrated its new media outlet — “Out amp; About” — a venture with the website, Georgetown Dish, in Cady’s Alley, April 20. Georgetown business leaders, politicians, residents, other media and influencers made the scene in the hypercool L2 nightclub, as Dish publisher Beth Solomon greeted the guests and said, “This is the first social media channel in D.C.” The purpose of the GBA’s “Out amp; About” is to post the profile, increase promotion and widen online presence of Georgetown businesses. GBA members can send out news, special offers and business advice from their unique town to the world wide web. Read more.

Lithuanians from UK and US Will Help Students Improve

(Vytautas Magnus University)

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The USA Big Brother project is overseen by Lina Tolvaišaitė, LCLC member Darius Daubaras’ “small sister”, currently working at the World Bank in washington, and representatives of the Global Lithuanian Leaders (GLL) – Rokas Beresniovas, the Vice President of HSBC Bank in Washington and Edvinas Minkštimas, a pianist and doctoral student at the famous performing arts conservatory, the Juilliard School, in New York. Read more.

L’Air at One Lounge

(Georgetown Dish – Wendy Gordon)

It was a little speakeasy; a little Roaring Twenties on Saturday evening as One Lounge opened its doors for a DC Air Society event benefiting the Kunsberg School for chronically ill children on the campus of National Jewish Health®.
Guests including the GBA’s Rokas Beresniovas and his wife, Christine, donned Fedoras, feather boas and beads taking over the club in Dupont for a worthy cause. Although none had to whisper the immortal “Joe sent me…” to gain entrance, invited guests spent the evening enjoying cocktails, dancing and some light bites. Read more.

George Town Club hosts GBA and friends

(Georgetown Dish – Judith Beermann)

Just like George and Pierre, Don Peebles, chairman and chief executive officer of the Peebles Corp, the largest African American real estate development and ownership company in the U.S., joined GBA President Joe Giannino, along with Chip Dent, Ed Solomon, Rokas Beresniovas, respected arbitrator Jim Harkless, WASH-FM radio personality Marilyn Thompson, D.C. Digest’s Donna Christenson, Sue Hamilton, Jennifer Altemus and others — hosted by inimitable General Manager Brian Armstrong and his top flight team at the Club. Read more.

GBA’s Rokas Beresniovas to HSBC

(G’town Gravyboat)

HSBC, one of the world’s largest financial services organizations, has lured Georgetown’s Rokas Beresniovas away from a position at Wells Fargo to be Senior Business Banker and Vice President. Beresniovas, also Vice President of the Georgetown Business Association, will be focused on the banking needs of businesses throughout Washington and will remain active in the Georgetown market. Headquartered in London, HSBC’s international network comprises around 8,000 offices in 87 countries and territories in Europe, the Asia-Pacific region, the Americas, the Middle East and Africa. HSBC opened a Georgetown branch in 2009.

Born in Kaunas, Lithuania, Beresniovas immigrated to the U.S. after graduating with a marketing degree from Kaunas College in 1999. He began his career in the retail industry and later worked for Bank of America and Eagle Bank. Read more.

Georgetown Business Association VP Optimistic Entering New Year

(Channel 9 – Simon Landau)

“The main challenge facing Georgetown businesses right now is diminished cash flow due to declining sales,” Said Rokas Beresniovas, the Vice President of the Georgetown Business Association. “In some ways, this economic downturn has brought business owners together to form groups and business forums to help strategize how to remain competitive in this kind of market. But practically, some businesses still could not make it.”

The results are evident, as boarded-up storefronts continue to appear in a community that’s used to filling space with posh shops and chic, pricey restaurants.

“In the past year, about 20 businesses closed their doors in Georgetown,” Beresniovas said. “Other businesses are behind on their rent, running sales and specials, trying to renegotiate their leases and rents with their landlords. Businesses are all having to be leaner and meaner, doing more with less.” Read more.

Meet the Mayor: Citronelle

(Georgetown Patch – Shaun Courtney)

Rokas Beresniovas is the vice president of Business Banking (Capital Region) with Wells Fargo and a business consulting entrepreneur. He is also the Foursquare Mayor at Michel Richard’s Citronelle. Upon entering the restaurant Beresniovas shook hands with the bartender, who knew him on a first name basis. The Lithuanian-born businessman is also the Vice President of the Georgetown Business Association. Read more.

Gtown fêtes Rokas with happy ruckus

(G’town Gravyboat)

Georgetown’s media, business and political leadership turned out pre-New Year’s to wish a happy birthday to Wells Fargo exec and Georgetown Business Association Vice President Rokas Beresniovas.

House music and a florescent disco ball amped up the quiet atmosphere at the City Tavern Club.

When it was built in 1796, the City Tavern served not only as a traditional lodging house but also as the meeting place for Georgetown’s governing body, the Georgetown Corporation.

Georgetown’s current civic leadership updated that tradition Wednesday, raising a glass to an indefatigable friend of Georgetown, universally known as “Rokas.” We wish him a glorious 25th birthday, and many more! Read more.

GBA awards The Georgetown Dish “Business of the Year”

(G’town Gravyboat)

“It’s been a challenging time for all Georgetown businesses, so please get out there and shop for the holidays here in the neighborhood,” Solomon said, thanking GBA officers Joe Giannino, Rokas Beresniovas, Riyad Said and Elizabeth Webster for their hard work over the year. “We’re delighted to support Georgetown and its merchants, and we want to do more.” Read more.

Georgetown Univ. welcomes guests at Open House

(G’town Gravyboat)

“Is this a set for Harry Potter, or what?” opined Georgetown Business Association vice president Rokas Beresniovas. The Riggs Library, renovated under the direction of former President Timothy Healy and his deputy at the time, DeGioia, is now a magnificent treasure, complete with a dark stairway to real church bells that ring. Read more.

J.McLaughlin Hosts Benefit for Georgetown Ministry Center

(G’town Gravyboat)

J.McLaughlin has always stood for classic design with flair, much like Georgetown. This holiday season the M St. boutique — one of 45 sister stores nationwide — took its affinity with Georgetown one step further, hosting a holiday event to benefit the Georgetown Ministry Center in a ceremony featuring Sally Quinn, Katharine Weymouth, Publisher of the Washington Post, Frida Burling and the Ministry Center’s director, Gunther Stern. further, hosting a holiday event to benefit the Georgetown Ministry Center in a ceremony featuring Sally Quinn, Katharine Weymouth, Publisher of the Washington Post, Frida Burling and the Ministry Center’s director, Gunther Stern. Read more.

The Capital City Ball

(The Hill)

The Capital City Ball benefitting the fight to end human trafficking and slavery is held at the Washington Club in Washington, DC on Saturday, November 20, 2010. The evening included a silent auction, dinner, dancing, and desserts. Read More.

Capital City Ball

(Georgetown Dish – Wendy Gordon)

Before the traffic picks up and all of us hightail it out of the city for the long holiday weekend, what better thing to do than to know that there has been some a little fun, a little glitz, a little fancy footwork and a lot of good done for a great cause? The Washington Club glittered Saturday evening as guests donned black tie attire for The Capital City Ball, one of the most anticipated galas of the season.

Among the guests were mommy-to-be Angie Goff and husband Robert Ellis, Hanover Research’s Laura Webb, Rokas and Christine Beresniovas, Janine Schoonover of Tic Tac Toe Global, and H.E. Abdulwahab Al-Hajjri of the Republic of Yemen. Read More.

The Capital City Ball

(The Hill)

The Capital City Ball benefitting the fight to end human trafficking and slavery is held at the Washington Club in Washington, DC on Saturday, November 20, 2010. The evening included a silent auction, dinner, dancing, and desserts.

Capital City Ball

(Georgetown Dish – Wendy Gordon)

Before the traffic picks up and all of us hightail it out of the city for the long holiday weekend, what better thing to do than to know that there has been some a little fun, a little glitz, a little fancy footwork and a lot of good done for a great cause?  The Washington Club glittered Saturday evening as guests donned black tie attire for The Capital City Ball, one of the most anticipated galas of the season.

Among the guests were mommy-to-be Angie Goff and husband Robert Ellis, Hanover Research’s Laura Webb, Rokas and Christine Beresniovas, Janine Schoonover of Tic Tac Toe Global, and H.E. Abdulwahab Al-Hajjri of the Republic of Yemen. Read More.

Duke Ellington: Georgetown’s dream school

(Georgetown Dish – Judith Beermann)

You know the big green lawn chair. You know the legend for whom it’s named. You may even know it’s a D.C. public school in Georgetown. But did you know that over 95 percent of its graduates are accepted into the nation’s most competitive universities and conservatories? Or that they have a professional recording studio (one you can rent) and theater with seating for 800?

For D.C.’s aspiring artists in disciplines including dance, vocal, music, theater, and the visual arts, there’s nothing like The Duke Ellington School of the Arts. Read More.

CSAAC High Rollers Night

(Georgetown Dish – Wendy Gordon)

DJ Kirk McEwen of Classic Rock Radio 105.9 The Edge and special guests including Miss DC 2010, Stephanie Williams and H.E. Nelson Lewis, two time Emmy award winning Fox News producer, currently staff columnist for Rolling Stone, and Special Arts Ambassador at the Bahamas Embassy hosted High Rollers for Autism, the 5th Annual Community Services for Autistic Adults and Children (CSAAC) Honors Gala this past Friday at the Bethesda Marriott.

Guests including GBA VP Rokas Beresniovas, Janine Schoonover of Tic Tac Toe Global, Miss DC, Stephanie Ariel Williams, K Street Kate, Kate MichaelJessica James Golden of the National Telecommunications Cooperative Association, CSAAC Director of Community Development, Ayda Sanver and CSAAC founder, Jane Salzano, along with many prominent Washingtonians who hit the tables and the dance floor to benefit this worthy cause. Read More.

GBA toasts prospective board members at Citronelle

(Georgetown Dish – G’town Gravyboat)

The Georgetown Business Association hosted a genial meet-and-greet for prospective board members Thursday at Michel Richard Citronelle led by officers Joe Giannino of The Latham Hotel (President), Rokas Beresniovas, Wells Fargo amp; Co. (Vice President), Jonathan Higgins, Bank of Georgetown (Treasurer), and Elizabeth Webster, Coldwell Banker (Secretary).

Trays of Richard’s unmistakable parmesan smoked salmon cupcakes with orange roe bobbed and weaved delicately through the intimate gathering. Rumor has it, Citronelle is offering these and other delights beyond dining hours….stay tuned to The Georgetown Dish for more information about a delectable debut… Read More.

Panamanian Musical Interludes

(Georgetown Dish – Wendy Gordon)

Guests gathered at the residence of the Ambassador of Panama via invitation from Fundacion Panama on Monday evening to enjoy an evening of fashion and music to benefit Fundación Sinfonía Concertante de Panamá, an organization that promotes the educational and cultural enrichment of Panama’s young people that reside in less privileged environments, as well as promote the musical arts.

After opening remarks by Pilar de Aleman, wife of Panama’s Ambassador Jaime Aleman and Fundacion Panama President Jessica Palmieri, guests were treated to a fashion show by CAbi followed by a musical presentation by award-winning singer/composer Manuel Escala.

Event attendees included Rokas Beresniovas, Janine Schoonover, Ambassador and Mrs. Jaime Aleman, Angelique Velez and David Pardini, Jessica James Golden and Nelson LewisRead More.

The Spirit of Georgetown

(Georgetown Dish – Wendy Gordon)

Guests gathered at the historic home of Niloo and David Howe as the Georgetown Ministry Center presented the  2010 Spirit of Georgetown Benefit. This year’s event honored  Rev. Stuart Kenworthy of Christ Church Georgetown for his many contributions to the community and for his long time support of the Georgetown Ministry Center.

Serendipity3 DC graciously arranged for the food, which was prepared by Modern Events who offered a delicious and serendipitous array of macaroni and cheese pizza, mozzarella and tomato skewers with balsamic glaze, beef and chicken satay, avocado pate and incredibly luscious  homemade cupcakes.

Those in attendance included real estate maven, Sherie Gabriel, K Street Kate, Kate Michael, Rokas Beresniovas of Wells Fargo and the GBA and his wife, Christine, Google marketing diva Kimberly Robinson, Georgetown restaurant doyenne, Janine Schoonover and writer Mary Bird. Read More.

“To Russia with Love” Gala

(The Hill)

The Civic Association of Georgetown holds its’ annual gala, “To Russia with Love”, at the Embassy of the Russian Federation in Washington, DC on Friday, October 15, 2010. The evening featured live (and lively) entertainment, a buffet supper, and a tempting silent auction. The event raises funds for community projects and charities. Read More.

Ready, Set, Gala! To Russia with Love

(Georgetown Dish – G’town Gravyboat)

An estimated 400 Georgetowners and friends traveled to Russia with Love Friday night — or at least to the elegant Russian Embassy complex — for the annual CAG Gala.

Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak welcomed the glamorous group to dine and dance for the second year in a row. CAG President Jennifer Altemus led the festivities, recognizing Barbara Downs and Anna Fuhrman for their contributions to the community, and celebrating the continued neighborhood relationship between the Citizens Association of Georgetown and Moscow’s historic district known as the Arbat. Georgetown Business Association Networking on the Potomac. Read More.

Georgetown Business Association Networking on the Potomac

(Georgetown Dish – Judith Beermann)

Fifty Georgetown business leaders and friends joined hosts GBA for a September networking reception Wednesday evening … on the Potomac. With picture-perfect weather and complimentary libations and hors d’oeuvres, Capital Yacht Charters provided the priceless river views from port to starboard.

Docked at Washington Harbor, guests were greeted outside Nick’s Riverside Grille before embarking by GBA President, Joe Giannino, VP, Rokas Beresniovas, Events Chair, Sue Hamilton, and Marketing Chair, Nathan Winstead. Read More.

TBD feted by The Georgetown Dish at Martin’s

(Georgetown Dish – Judith Beermann)

Georgetown business leaders Rokas Beresniovas, Nathan Winstead, Leslie Wheelock of Georgetown Farmer’s Market, Ada Polla of Alchimie-Forever, Jeffrey Wingate of Restaurant Associates, Mel Davis of Michel Richard Citronelle, Patti Cumming, journalists Steve Gottlieb, Pamela Sorenson, Catherine Featherston and Tom Newberg, the USO’s Lynly Boor and Em Hall, Karen Szulgit, Hollywood on the Potomac’s Janet Donovan, the Washington Business Journal’s Jennifer Nycz-Conner, Robert Devaney, and Biznow’s Mary-Kate Rasa and Byrd’s Eye View’s Mary Bird were also there to party. Read More.

Fashion for Autism in Georgetown

(Georgetown Dish – G’town Saucer)

Many prominent members of the Georgetown business community have donated their time and effort to produce this amazing evening of style and grace, including Janine Schoonover (Serendipity3), Rokas Beresniovas (Wells Fargo), Katy Adams (The Washington Examiner), Marilyn Thompson (WASH-FM), Jenny Zin (Betsey Johnson), H.E. W.Nelson Lewis (Rolling Stone Magazine), Christopher Swann (Thomson Reuters), and Melanie Zipperer (World Bank) and many others. Read More.

Taking Georgetown’s pulse in the mayoral election

(Georgetown Dish – Molly Redden)

Take Rokas Beresniovas, a Georgetown-based Vice President with Wells Fargo who is active in the area’s business community. Beresniovas has said he is not impressed with Fenty’s campaign. An organization in which he is active, the Georgetown Business Association recently released a statement warning that without the mayor’s presence at a candidate forum, the GBA would have a hard time deciding who to endorse in the race. His read on Georgetown is that there are voters in both camps—and that voters who are ostensibly for Fenty may not be as staunch in their support as one might think.

“There are many in the Fenty camp who are truly supporters, but a greater majority simply seem to be comfortable with ‘the devil they know’ mentality,” he wrote in an email, “even if [they] openly acknowledge that Fenty’s promises to serve in the best interests of the Georgetown community haven’t done anything substantial for them.” Read More.

Mayor Fenty Put on Notice by GBA

(Georgetown Week – Dave Roffman )

“The GBA has not yet taken a position on who to support in the Democratic primary for Mayor. We recently cosponsored with the Citizens Association of Georgetown a successful forum for the candidates for Council Chair during which issues of concern to the businesses and residents in Georgetown were very usefully explored. The Mayor’s campaign initially agreed to a similar forum, but it has become uncertain that he will participate. If he doesn’t, it will be more difficult for the businesses and residents of Georgetown to make informed decisions in this very important election.”  Rokas Beresniovas, Vice President – Georgetown Business Association. Read More.

Local Leaders’ Power Reception at L2

(Georgetowner- Robert Devaney )

The second Georgetown Leaders’ Get Together was held June 30 at L2 on Cady’s Alley. It was powerful face-to-face networking — even better than Facebook. There to meet and greet were more than 100 guests representing all sides of Georgetown — from the residents (CAG), merchants and bankers (BID and GBA), the university (GU) and politicians (ANC and the D.C. city council). Councilmembers Jack Evans and Kwame Brown showed up, along with Clark Ray and Vincent Orange. Event organizer and GBA board member Rokas Beresniovas proclaimed the evening “a great success.” The next leadership event is planned for late September, he said. Read More.

Georgetown’s Rokas Beresniovas named VP and relationship manager for greater Washington

(Georgetown Dish – G’town Saucer )

Wachovia and Wells Fargo have named Rokas Beresniovas, a member of the board of the Georgetown Business Association and the Georgetown Ministry Center, the Vice President and Business Banking Relationship manager for the greater Washington area.

“In his new role, Beresniovas will be responsible for stores in the Arlington County market as well as three stores in the downtown market,” a Wachovia press release said, “Georgetown, MacArthur amp; Arizona and Spring Valley.”

Beresniovas has worked at the local Eagle Bank since 2007. In his new role, a Wachovia director said that he will use his relationship with the community to increase lending and business in the area. Read More.

ANC Bill Starrels Lobbies for Voting Rights

(Georgetown Dish – Beth Solomon )

Besides the tireless Starrels, among the lobbyists were Ward 7 Council member Yvette Alexander and two at-large D.C. Council candidates Clark Ray, supported by popular Georgetown Business Association official Rokas Beresniovas, and the just-announced Kelvin Robinson, former chief of staff to former Mayor Anthony Williams.  After a short pep talk from the Congresswoman, the advocates fanned out to persuade the Members. Read More.

Spring Fever Heats Crowd at Full Paper Moon

(Georgetown Dish – G’town Saucer )

With a full Paper Moon Friday, Georgetown residents, businesses and community leaders meeted, greet and Tweeted at a happy hour organized by Georgetown Business Association vice president Rokas Beresniovas.

The high-energy Beresniovas organized Advisory Neighborhood Commissioners, the Citizens Association of Georgetown, the BID, Georgetown University, the Georgetown Ministry Center, The Georgetown Dish, the Georgetowner, the Georgetown Current, and the Office of Councilmember Jack Evans to get their members out. Paper Moon’s anti pasti – calamari fritti, pastas and salads – and well-priced drinks kept the party going. Read More

Community Happy Hour Friday

(Georgetown Dish – G’town Saucer )

Georgetown Business Association dynamo Rokas Beresniovas has put together a Community Leaders happy hour Friday at Paper Moon. Come to mingle, come to meet. Co-sponsors include the GBA | BID | ANC | CAG |Georgetown University | Georgetown Ministry Center |Georgetown Dish | Georgetowner | Georgetown Current |The Office of Councilmember Jack Evans. Read More

Lyderiai padės Lietuvai atsitiesti

(Alfa – Rugilė Gaidukaitė)

Idėja kurti tarptautinį forumą kilo pernai vasarą Pasaulio lietuvių ekonomikos forume susitikusiems JAV „Eagle“ banko viceprezidentui Rokui Beresniovui ir organizacijos direktoriui Mykolui Lepeškai. Šiemet jie jau turi ne tik aiškią viziją, kaip sujungti geografiškai išsibarsčiusius lietuvius bendram tikslui, bet ir nemažai įtakingų pasekėjų.

„Norime sujungti savo srities lyderius, kurie yra lietuviai, po viena vėliava. Kai sakau „lietuviai“, turiu omenyje platesnę lietuvio sąvoką, susijusią ne tik su etnine kilme, bet ir su prisirišimu prie Lietuvos ir gero linkėjimu jai. Read More.

“Global Lithuanian Leaders” telks pasaulio lietuvius lyderius

(Veidas – Aura Leka)
Daugėja pasaulio lietuvius telkiančių organizacijų. “Neseniai įsteigta viešoji įstaiga į pasaulio lietuvių profesionalų tinklą “Global Lithuanian Leaders” (GLL) sieks sutelkti tautiečius savo srities lyderius, kad jie savo idėjomis ir darbais galėtų prisidėti prie Lietuvos plėtros”, – aiškina vienas projekto iniciatorių Mykolas Lepeška.

GLL žada bendradarbiauti ir su kitomis pasaulio lietuvių iniciatyvas telkiančiomis organizacijomis – Lietuvos verslo konfederacijos “ICC Lietuva” organizuojamu Pasaulio lietuvių ekonomikos forumu, pilietiniu judėjimu “Aš Lietuvai”, Žinių ekonomikos forumu. Pasak M.Lepeškos, naujoji organizacija nuo šių skirsis tuo, kad bus ne tik ekonominės pakraipos, bet ir skirs daug dėmesio mokslui, kultūrai, menui, aplinkosaugai, skatins verslo bendradarbiavimą su mokslu ir menu. Read More.

JAV banko viceprezidentas: esu lietuvis ne tik todėl, kad turiu pasą

(Alfa – Rugilė Gaidukaitė)

Mačiau labai daug pozityvių pokyčių – pasikeitė Lietuvos biurokratija, mokesčių sistema – dabar verslą pradėti čia lengviau. Tiesa, Vakaruose gali įkurti savo kompaniją internetu, viską sutvarkyti per dieną – čia to dar trūksta. Pasaulio lietuvių ekonomikos forume mums kilo mintis parengti projektą, į kurį įsitrauks ir kartu dirbs lietuvių lyderiai iš viso pasaulio. „Global Lithuanian Leaders“ startuos jau netrukus. Read More

Įdarbink kolegas iš tinklo

(Versus – Laura Gvozdaite)

Rokas Beresniovas, „Eagle Bank“ Vašingtone verslo plėtros direktorius: „Čia tu tikrai gauni naujų verslo ryšių. Tačiau ir pats turi įprasti nuolat dirbti ne tik savo bendrovei ar verslui, bet ir kolegoms iš BNI.“ Read More

JAV „Eagle Bank“ viceprezidentas R.Beresniovas: „Lietuvos švietimo sistema toliau gamina robotus“

(Lietuvos Rytas – Monika Bončkutė, Vladas Krivickas)

Sovietinė sistema gamino robotus ir visiškai nemokė kritinio mąstymo. Ta prarastoji sovietmečio karta ir jos vaikai vis dar dominuoja Lietuvos švietimo sistemoje ir apskritai Lietuvoje. Kritinio mąstymo matyti tik patys pradmenys“, – sako Vašingtone gyvenantis „Eagle Bank“ viceprezidentas Rokas Beresniovas. Būtent dėl atsilikusios švietimo sistemos tėvynėje esama tiek daug negatyvumo, o žodis „tolerancija“ vartojamas nesuvokiant jo prasmės, įsitikinęs JAV lietuvis. Read More

Mūsų milijardai be naudos skęsta viešajame sektoriuje

(Veidas – Aušra Lėka)

“Juk tai jūsų pinigai”, – iš praėjusią savaitę JAV startavusio tinklalapio www.recovery.gov vaizdo ekrano kreipiasi Earlas E.Devaney, Ūkio gaivinimo kontrolės ir skaidrumo tarybos pirmininkas, aiškindamas, kodėl vyriausybė nutarė parengti tokį tinklalapį. Jame – kiekvieno dolerio ūkiui gaiviniti kelias. “Įvedi savo pašto indeksą ir gauni kuo tiksliausią informaciją iš savo regiono”, – džiaugiasi “Eagle Bank” (JAV) viceprezidentas Rokas Beresniovas. Read More.

Pašto bankas bus

(Versus – Violeta Bagdanavičiūtė)

„Sutinku, kad Lietuvos paštas turi šiokią tokią infrastruktūrą banko paslaugoms teikti, tačiau jis turėtų koncentruotis į tai, ką jis turi daryti geriausia – pašto paslaugas“, – neabejoja Beresniovas. Read More.

10 Gerėjančių Dalykų

(Versus – Toma Jonuskaite)

„Labiausiai nukentėjo ar nukentės tie, kurie buvo suformavę „agresyvius“ investicinius portfelius, taip pat tie, kurie trumpam investavo į nekilnojamąjį turtą. Apžvelgiant rinkos istoriją tokia situacija kaip dabar pasikartoja kas 10-20 metų.” Read More.

PLEF užsiregistravo per šimtą užsienio lietuvių verslo ir ekonomikos lyderių.

PLEF svarba ir aktualumu  tiki ir jo dalyviai. ,,Šis suvažiavimas yra ypač savalaikis, nes jis taikiai puoselės ekonomikos dialogą finansų krizės laikotarpyje kuris yra ypač svarbus Lietuvoje. Pakviečiant Lietuvius iš viso pasaulio į Lietuvą, šis forumas skatins bendradarbiavimą praktiško patyrimo dėka bei inovatiškas idėjas kurios gali padėti Lietuvos globaliam konkurencingumui bei verslui. Taip pat, šis forumas leis susipažinti su kitais pasaulio lietuvių lyderiais kurie dalinasi tuo pačiu tikslu – visi norime matyti sėkmingą bei klestinčią Lietuvą pasaulinėje ekonomikoje“ – teigia Rokas Beresniovas, Eagle Bank Vice prezidentas, dalyvausiantis PLEF apvalaus stalo diskusijoje  „Sprendimai finansu krizes kontekste: Lietuvoje ir pasaulyje“. Read More.