International Youth Business Catalysts: Incubators, Knowledge, Connections and Investment
The globalization of markets is one of the main economic trends of the 21st century, and taking account of the boom in tech-oriented startups, business executives are seeking the most effective solutions for localizing technology and attracting venture capital investment into the developing Russian market. In response to this, Russia is throwing open its doors to foreign entrepreneurs and innovators. However, not all young Russians in business are aware of the opportunities available to them to partner with foreign investors. How can young Russian entrepreneurs cultivate ties with foreign investment partners? How can they attract foreign financing and technology to their business projects? What global best practices for increasing young people’s participation in the economy can be adopted in Russia?
Tatyana Seliverstova, Executive Chairman, Russian-Chinese Young Entrepreneurs Club
Elena Bocherova, Vice President, Head of the Executive Committee, Delovaya Rossiya (Business Russia)
Alexander Burkov, Acting Governor of Omsk Region
Mikhail Derevyanko, Director, Future of Today
Aleksey Ezhov, Creator, International Youth Business Incubator Project
Sergey Kanavsky, Executive Secretary, Business Council of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization
Zhou Liqun, General Manager, China Chengtong International Investment Ltd.
Bomin Liu, Director, Sino-Russian Business Center in Nanjing, People’s Republic of China
Sukhrobzhon Maksudov, Deputy Chairman for Economic Affairs, Central Council, Youth Union of Uzbekistan; Assistant Advisor to the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan
Vitaly Mankevich, President, Russian-Asian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs
Eduard Omarov, Vice President, All-Russian Non-Governmental Organization of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses OPORA Russia