By 2030, the volume of the Russian venture capital market should grow to 410 billion rubles, Russian Venture Company predicts. The share of foreign investors in it should increase from the current 9 to 17%
Russian technologies should go to global markets. This is the main purpose of the national technology initiative (NTI). Extensive state program related to achievement of the Russia’s technological leadership was created four years ago.
National Technology Initiative (NTI) that implies a breakthrough of the Russian companies to the new global markets by 2035, is lacking measure that can help launching the companies abroad — Russian market is too small to grow up global leaders.
In the nearest two-three years, the main National Technology Initiative task will be development of the infrastructure to support new markets, CEO of the Russian Venture Company Alexandr Povalko announced today, on December 6, at the forum "NTI infrastructure: Future Technology".
Students over 1.8 thousand Russian schools from 412 cities will talk about the professions of the future, as well as big data, the blockchain, artificial intelligence, and new technologies; the lectures will be held as part of the “Lesson of the National Technological Initiative” by the venture company (RVC).
At the 2018 Open Innovations Forum, General Director, Chairman of the Board of RVC JSC, Alexander Povalko, told how the venture industry in Russia is doing now, what is happening with the National Technology Initiative (NTI) and how new technologies will affect society
Representatives of the Russian-Belarusian venture capital fund RBF Ventures announced new plans to invest in new projects and attract commercial co-investors to the capital in the framework of the Open Innovations Forum.
Russian Venture Company (RVC) and the Foundation for the Support of Social Projects (FSSP) will be engaged in the development of social entrepreneurship; a relevant cooperation agreement was signed in the framework of the Open Innovations Forum, RVC said.
Russian Venture Company (RVC) and the Chinese company TUS-S&T will jointly support the activities of Russian high-tech companies in the Chinese market. The partners signed an agreement on this on October 16, during the Moscow International Innovative Development Forum Open Innovations — 2018, TASS correspondent reports.