Two lectures controversial lover of art and wine MoneyExpo 2011
Well-known businessman and politician Vladimir Zelezny perform twice at an investment summit MoneyExpo 2011, the largest of its kind in Central Europe, which is held on 18 and 19 June at the Top Hotel Prague.
"I like wine. Sure, beer is a good drink, but it does not have internal secrets. Wine is mysterious, magical, deep and complex. There is no other product, except maybe bread, which stayed with us in the historical memory so long," says Vladimir Iron.
Wine is not only happy, but he very well understood in the Saturday, the 18th 6th in 15 hours to convince visitors that the lecture "Why and how to invest in wine." They learn the answers to many questions relating to investments in this particular commodity. From the basic dilemma that bottle of wine and save you prefer to drink, despite the generally formulated Council, such as whether to buy en primeur, or later, whether in direct proportion of the wine, the older the better and more expensive to specific issues related to domestic wine - why not be rich in the Moravian wine and Moravian Moravian wine? Attentive listeners will learn and why Vladimir Zelezny does not like attributes.
On Sunday, 19 6th at 11.15 am in a lecture entitled "Art as an investment. Practical advice great connoisseur of art. "Will share his many years of experience, which reflects the specificCollection of Czech modern art. Vladimir Zelezny started building it in 1997 and today is not only for its large scale, but with a rich and open structure, the most important private collections in the country. His views on whether the collector can be co-investor in art, whether it is better to invest in Rembrandt or Filly, if it makes sense to collect the Czech art or how to easily get twenty times the investment within ten years will undoubtedly interesting and inspiring.
Mgr. Vladimir Zelezny was born on 3 Third 1945 in Russia in Samara. After graduation he joined the Czechoslovak Television, where he worked as a journalist, commentator and director until forced to leave early 70 years. He majored in sociology - journalism at Charles University. In the 90 years involved in the Civic Forum, the Civic Movement, was an adviser to Prime Minister Petr Pithart. Conducted in 1993-2003 CET 21, which obtained a license for television broadcasting of TV Nova. In 2002 he was elected to the Senate and two years later the office of MEP for the Independents movement. His interests include culture, art, wine and viticulture, sport shooting.
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