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The MARCHMONT Business LAB experts will put innovators wise to new investment opportunities on November 14–16 in Penza Oblast, Russia.

November 14–16, in Penza Oblast, Russia, MARCHMONT Capital Partners will present a new program – a conference and individual consultations for innovators of MARCHMONT Business Lab: “Commercialization of technologies demanded by market – best practices in the area of the intellectual property rights protection and transfer of technologies”.

The MARCHMONT Business Lab Conference represents a global discussion ground devoted to newest technologies and to prospects in the area of international cooperation in the innovation field. This event will bring together the representatives of business, state authorities, innovators, business angels, and global level experts for sharing experience and analysis of main world trends in the innovation sphere.

In the 3-day program framework, innovators will have an opportunity to attend master classes of leading venture capital experts as well as to submit their own projects to the experts’ approval. The invited specialists will recount how to attract financing at «seed» and «start-up» stages and protect intellectual property rights. The third day of the conference will be devoted to presentation of practical works.

General Partner: Russian Venture Company with the assistance of the “Association of High-Tech Technoparks”.

Co-organizers of the Event are Penza Oblast Government and Youth Business Incubator.

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Information on the Project
The program includes a series of 3-day conferences in 9 regions of Russia. Individual consultations will be conducted by acknowledged business global-level experts. Moderator – Kendrick White, consultant, possessing 20-year experience of investments in Russia.
The series of regional MARCHMONT Business LAB trainings successfully started in a number of cities: Nizhny Novgorod, Kaliningrad, Saint Petersburg, Tyumen, Kazan, Belgorod. Individual consultations were given to the authors of more than 100 projects.

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