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RVCA representatives take part in the Russian Innovation Week 2013, started September 17 in Boston

Participants of the section will discuss the most important aspects of the technologies market which require focused attention of all venture capital industry representatives: from small and medium companies which are only coming to feel at home in the long-term investment market to the “whales” of the financial and investment space, aimed at long-term investments in the technological developments sphere.

What is the specificity of innovation climate in Russia? What challenges does foreign investor meet when playing on the domestic market? How should LPs work at the territory of the Russian Federation? – These and some other issues will be discussed during the section by Ivan Rodionov, Chairman of Venture Innovation Fund, Ainur Aideldinov, Director of Investment Venture Fund of the Republic of Tatarstan, Natalya Podsosonnaya, Director General, Board Member of “SBERINVEST” MC LLC, and Igor Gladkikh, Executive Director of Regional Foundation for Scientific and Technological Development, St.-Petersburg.

“I believe that the time of involving all market participants in united productive discussion has come, – says Albina Nikkonen. – And the main task of the Russian venture market is to find the contact points and the ways of development of long-term relations with the West. If foreign colleagues will come to understanding that the Russian economy is interested in foreign capital and that the environment comfortable for it is being created now – it will denote a tendency to global changes in the financial and technological sectors”.

In the conference will also participate: Anatoly Chubais – Board Chairman of RUSNANO JSC, Igor Agamirzian – Director General of RVC JSC, Viktor Vekselberg – President of Skolkovo Foundation, Rustam Minnikhanov – President of the Republic of Tatarstan, Alexander Galitsky – Founder of Almaz Capital Partners, and many other Russian and American experts, investors, and entrepreneurs.

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