Business programme

Technological Alliances: The Future of Russian High-Tech Exports

16 Jun , 09:00–10:00
Building Technological Sovereignty
Pavilion H, Krasnodar Region Hall

In a world where two dominant technological players, the US and China, have emerged, Russia is confronted with the challenge of expanding its technological influence and capturing foreign markets to sustain a solid foundation for its ongoing scientific and technological development. Clearly, Russia cannot accomplish this task single-handedly, which is why the creation of technological alliances to accumulate a "critical mass" has become an essential focus for both business and government. Who are our partners for forming friendly markets? How is the process of foreign expansion of Russian companies going? Which markets are the top priorities for Russian technologies? What should be Russia's global technology strategy? How can businesses and the Russian government collaborate to create optimal conditions for technological expansion?

Andrey Bezrukov, President, Technological Sovereignty Exports Association; Professor, Department of Applied International Analysis, MGIMO University

Aleksandr Babakov, Deputy Chairman of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation
Anton Ivanov, Director for Research and Development, Kaspersky Lab
Skannd Tyagi, Founder, Chief Executive Officer, Starshot Ventures
Debjit Chakraborty, Chairman, RISING Technology (online)
Sergey Cheremin, Minister, Government of Moscow; Head of the Department for External Economic and International Relations of Moscow; Chairman of the Board, Business Council for Cooperation with India
Vasiliy Shpak, Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation