Coronavirus has accelerated the digitalization of banks around the world: what they had to do for several years, they had to accomplish for 3–4 months. Fintech start-ups and neobanks also find themselves in a difficult situation: technology alone is no longer enough to gain customers' and investors' trust.
In the current crisis circumstances and others, corporations must make every effort to maintain innovative activity and continue development. But where to get new ideas and projects and how to assemble teams for their implementation? Ekaterina Petrova, Director of Corporate Accelerator GenerationS by RVC.
About 33 thousand Russians will be able to acquire new digital professions through free training at the University of 2035. This was announced on Thursday, July 16, to TASS in the press service of the autonomous non-profit organization (ANO) Digital Economy.
We hear more and more stories about how Russian start-ups become real "stars" abroad, how they get into the stream, and their solutions become in demand and sell well. But such stories, as a rule, are also accompanied by several reasons why the start-up left Russia.