Russian Regions to Present Promising Projects at the SPIEF Investment and Business Expo

Russian Regions to Present Promising Projects at the SPIEF Investment and Business Expo

The SPIEF Investment and Business Expo is intended to be a platform for presenting projects, demonstrating the investment and tourist potential of the Russian regions, and stimulating a constructive dialogue between companies and investors.  

Leningrad Region will be showing off its tourism potential for the first time at SPIEF. As one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country, Leningrad Region sees the tourism industry as a leading driver of its economic development, which is why it will be the main theme of its stand this year.  

The Government of the Moscow Region will talk about the measures it is introducing to support local entrepreneurs and investors.

Three Russian regions – the Krasnoyarsk Region, the Republic of Khakassia, and the Tyva Republic – will join forces at the Yenisey Siberia Development Corporation stand to promote the socioeconomic development of the Yenisey Siberia regions. A key area of the Corporation’s work is the development of cooperation between large investors and representatives of small and medium-sized R&D enterprises.  

The potential of the Russian Far East and the Arctic will be on show at the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East and Arctic’s exhibit “The Arctic: A Territory of Dialogue.” Leading experts, representatives of major companies, and heads of federal and regional authorities will take part in a panel discussion on a wide range of issues related to attracting highly skilled professionals to the Arctic, the development of SME, scientific cooperation, climate change, energy, tourism, and the environment.

Greater Siberia is an umbrella brand that involves all ten regions of the Siberian Federal District. Siberia is a large macro-region, and this is reflected in the name ‘Greater Siberia’.The Siberian Federal District’s stand will present the region’s most unique and promising development projects – those that give a powerful impetus to the economic growth of the constituent entities that make up the region, and to the economic growth of the country as a whole  

The Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation’s stand will focus on efforts to achieve technological sovereignty, train highly qualified personnel, and develop Russian education and science. It will also include information on the work of overseas branches of Russian universities and on efforts to export Russian education abroad. An interview area will be set up to discuss potential projects.

The Kaluga Region will share the most impressive creations of the brightest minds in the region: Mercator’s digital services, PharmAid’s innovative medicines, Elmat Group’s design solutions, and hi-tech products from other companies. 

The presentations of the Republic of Dagestan, the Republic of North Ossetia–Alania and the Pskov Region will focus on the industrial, cultural and tourism potentials of these regions.

Two regions will dedicate their exhibits to memorable dates: the Perm Region to the 300th anniversary of the founding of the city of Perm, and the Tambov Region to the 150th anniversary of the birth of composer, pianist and conductor Sergei Rachmaninoff.

The Nizhny Novgorod Region will present its priority regional development projects: large-scale transport reform, the construction of new metro stations, projects for the comprehensive redevelopment of the region’s historical sites, the development of Nizhny Novgorod agglomeration, and the construction of an IT campus and the Ice Palace.

For the first time ever, the Chechen Republic and the Republic of Kalmykia will have stands at the Forum.

The Belgorod Region has been among the top ten regions in the country in terms of investment attractiveness for the past four years. Its stand will feature presentations of new architectural and environmental projects. Visitors can take a virtual tour through the new public square in the city centre, and take in the modern, environmentally friendly infrastructure systems that will allow Belgorod to become one of the ten greenest cities in the world. 

The Novgorod Region’s exhibit is decorated in the Soviet modernist style – a rethinking of the best parts of the country’s history. 

The new constituent entities of the Russian Federation – the Zaporozhye Region, Lugansk People’s Republic, Donetsk People’s Republic, and Kherson Region – will also present their projects.  

Once again, the Russian Znanie Society will hold educational events involving famous speakers in its pop-up studio.  

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