Warm Investment Climate for the Wine Industry. Volumes, Conditions, and Payback Periods That a Private Investor Can Expect
According to experts of the of Russian Agricultural Bank Centre for Industry Expertise, to fully cover the population's demand for Russian wine it is necessary to increase grape plantings by 100,000 hectares, which requires large-scale investment.
Although considerable sums are allocated from the federal and regional budgets to support winegrowers and winemakers, state support alone is not enough in this respect. Private capital and an involved investor are needed.
In this session, we will discuss the investment potential and conditions necessary to attract private capital.
Topics for discussion:
• Realistic conditions and payback periods for investment projects.
• The investment potential of individual regions. Projects open for investment.
• Investment in autochthonous varieties: utopia or the future of the country's winemaking.
• Acceleration and support for small viticulture and winegrowing businesses to establish and develop small farms.
Artur Sarkisyan, President, Union of Sommeliers and Experts of Russia
Olesya Kalashnikova, Director of the Department of Large Business, Russian Agricultural Bank
Anatoly Korneev, Co-founder, and Vice President of Simple Group
Andrey Korobka, Deputy Head of Administration (Governor) of Krasnodar Region
Elena Kurkova, Chief Executive Officer, Château de Talu
Pavel Maiorov, Head of the National Marketing Agency of Russian Wine ("WE need Russian wine!"), adviser to the mayor of the resort city of Anapa
Mikhail Nikolaev, Manager of the Lefkadia Valley Wine Project
Emil Omarov, General Director of Derbent Wine Company