Deputy General Director — Director for Development, a Member of the Board of RVC (Russian Venture Corporation) Gulnara Bikkulova presented at the St. Petersburg International Innovation Forum the Generation S Project — a line of "corporate accelerators" that is, the infrastructure to evaluate, development and support of long-term projects with the help of large companies, interested in the search for such ideas
The acting Director General of RVC Evgeny Kuznetsov told what is necessary for the development of innovation infrastructure in Russia, at a press conference on the eve of the 33rd IASP 2016 World Conference
The Russian-Chinese relations are going through their best times in history, and the cooperation between the two countries in the field of investment in innovation is defined as a strategic direction of development of bilateral relations
Russian Venture Company (RVC), Ruselectronics holding and Moscow Technological University (MIREA) on the fields of the international military and technical forum Army-2016 have entered into trilateral cooperation agreement in the field of development of high technology entrepreneurship, RVC reports
Acting CEO of RVC Eugeny Kuznetsov told RBTH about why Russia needs agreements with the Korean innovation companies, about the Korean ideas hunger and of how to prevent migration of the scientists and specialists, establishing international cooperation
"Technically, all innovation mechanisms have been activated. There is the system of venture capital funds — we supervise two in the Urals, for example. However, there is little interconnection. Gulnara Bikkulova, RVC.
The majority of investors are people from telecommunications and IT industries, so they mainly invest in projects related to e-commerce (the proportion of transactions over Internet-based projects is 90 %)
Since 2015, RVC JSC has been defined as a project office for implementation of the National Technology Initiative (NTI) — the long-term strategy of the country's technological development, aimed at formation of new global markets by 2035