Innovation space

Joining efforts: development of scientific and industrial agglomerations

15 Jun , 11:30–12:30
Pavilion G, Innovation Space

Technological sovereignty of Russia is one of the priorities of state and business development. Today, the solution of challenges of import substitution, creating a robust workforce, and implementing national projects amidst various constraints and obstacles depends on ability to effectively support educational institutions, young scientists, business, and industries.
What facilities and industrial infrastructure are required by the highly technological enterprises, can modern cities embrace industrial areas? What new centres of attraction for scientists, technological start-ups, and industrial enterprises are emerging across Russia’s map?
Where are the technological alliances and agglomerations that bring together inventors and manufacturing companies already in place, and what measures are necessary to fully realize their potential?

Sergey Krasnov, Host, RBC TV

Dmitry Azarov, Governor of Samara Region
Alexey Besprozvannykh, Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation
Ignatius Danilidi, CEO of A101 Group of Companies
Aleksandr Isayevich, General Director – Chairman of the Management Board, Russian Small and Medium Business Corporation
Vladislav Ovchinsky, Head of the Department of Investment and Industrial Policy of Moscow
Lyudmila Scherbakova, president of Bright Way