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The best Fund: the State and Firms Will Invest in Russian Startups
Russian Venture Company (RVC) and the Chinese corporation DeepBlue Technology will be engaged in the development of technological projects in the field of smart cities and Industry 4.0 (artificial intelligence and robotization, the Internet of Things, 3D printing, virtual and augmented reality, bio- and neurotechnologies), RVC said in a statement.
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.
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.
The crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic stimulates the government to develop support measures for business, which is why Russian President Vladimir Putin, in his address on June 23, proposed a tax manoeuvre in the IT industry and reduce the burden on the payroll. The deputy general director of RVC Aleksei  Basov announced this to IA REGNUM.
The COVID-19 pandemic has plunged the global community into a position of universal confusion. Not a single country, including Russia, was fully equipped for this new challenge. A business forced to survive non-working days while maintaining employee benefits was in a difficult situation.
The ExoAtlant company, a spin-off of the portfolio company of the RVC ExoAtlet Biofund portfolio, tested an industrial exoskeleton jointly with the “Scientific Research Institute of Occupational Medicine named after Academician NF. Izmerov.” The study results showed the safety and effectiveness of the development in those areas of production where physical labor associated with lifting and holding weights is used.
In 2019, the Russian venture capital market grew in volume: According to DSight and E&Y, start-up investments exceeded $868 million. However, in 2020, the industry is likely to decline due to the pandemic, which put many business processes on a forced pause, and investment activity also decreased significantly. How can a start-up survive in such conditions?
Russian Venture Company, which supervises the development of the Competence Centers of the National Technological Initiative in the status of an operator, sums up the results of the first one and a half years of work of structures that were created to accelerate Russia's entry into the technology markets of the future.

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