Regulating the Technological Singularity: How Can We Open Doors to the New?
Today a number of Russian technology companies are creating high-quality, world-leading products. Nevertheless, when scaling up their businesses and improving efficiency, domestic high-tech leaders have encountered obstacles to reaching global audiences regardless of their ambition. Could Russian export initiatives help overcome this challenge? What kind of support is needed to have a tangible and significant effect? Which global markets should be the priority targets, and which countries can offer useful experience in this respect?
Dmitry Peskov, Director, Young Professionals Department, Agency for Strategic Initiatives to Promote New Projects (Agency for Strategic Initiatives)
Alexander Brychkin, Chief Executive Officer, Russian Textbook Corporation
Alexander Gurko, President, Non-commercial Partnership for Development and Use of Navigation Technologies (GLONASS UNION)
Igor Drozdov, Chairman of the Board, Skolkovo Foundation
Ruslan Ibragimov, Member of the Management Board, Vice President for Corporate and Legal Affairs, MTS
Grigory Ivliev, Head, Federal Service for Intellectual Property (Rospatent)
Sergei Kraevoi, Deputy Minister of Healthcare of the Russian Federation
Meir Pugatch, Professor, University of Haifa
Dmitry Purim, General Director, Chairman of the Management Board, Sovfracht
Ashok Rammohan, President for Affiliates in Russia and Belarus, Philip Morris International (PMI)
Savva Shipov, Deputy Minister of Economic Development of the Russian Federation