The Digital Economy. The Mobile Economy. The Information Economy

The Digital Economy. The Mobile Economy. The Information Economy

3 June, 08:30–09:45

This time the traditional Saturday IT Breakfast will be dedicated to the topic of developing the Russian digital economy, its mobile components, and the economy of data. Representatives of several industries (Internet, software development, telecoms, media, IT) and the government will share their experience of collaboration and discuss worldwide and Russian digital transformation trends and digital economy development forecasts. They will also talk over the influence of the mobile economy/technology/services on the digital economy and traditional sectors of the Russian economy, including the results of the Russian Mobile Economy survey and the mobile component’s contribution to the Russian economy. What areas of digitalization can develop at an accelerated pace in Russia? Let us try and dip into the future, into ‘tomorrow’ and, more importantly, ‘the day after tomorrow’. What is the potential for the economy of data? Is it capable of becoming ‘new blood’ for the Russian economy? What hidden reserves does the mobile economy offer? What should we focus on in the first place in order to ensure a successful digital transformation of the Russian economy?


Key moments

Russia has the potential to change the situation in the Russian economy and give it an entirely different quality, which will make it possible to successfully fulfil the National Technology Initiative in the future.
Kirill Korniliev
Vice President, Solutions Unit, Industry Solutions and Business Development, IBM Central and Eastern Europe
Technologies are developing at a rapid pace and changing the market.
Leonid Osipov
Deputy Head, Expert Department of the Administration of the President, Russian Federation
The digital economy is about today and the infrastructure on which you can make money on the markets of the future.
Dmitry Peskov
Director, Young Professionals Department, Agency for Strategic Initiatives to Promote New Projects (Agency for Strategic Initiatives)
ICT Industry is a vitamin for any other industries.
Jong-lok Yoon
President, National IT Industry Promotion Agency (NIPA)
Active security systems are expected to become mandatory in the world and in Europe, in particular.
Oleg Zolotykh
Managing Director, Luxoft Russia
We see the integration of market participants as the future for the development of the connected cars segment.
Oleg Zolotykh
Managing Director, Luxoft Russia
When transitioning to the digital economy, it is paramount to ensure the seamless operation of all its mechanisms, and one of the most important infrastructural elements are services that should connect all the infrastructure elements (data centres, communication networks) as a circulatory system to provide a cross-cutting sectoral effect.
Dmitry Dyrmovsky
General Director, Member of the Board of Directors, Speech Technology Center
The most important and applicable trend for Russia at the juncture of IT and business is artificial intelligence as a new user interface.
Vartan Dilanian
Country Managing Director, Accenture in Russia