The non-state development Institute “Innopraktika” became a partner of the annual national rating of Russian fast-growing technology companies “TechUspech-2020”, organized by RVC. The expert Council of the rating will include the head of Innopraktiki projects, the head of the office of the public Ombudsman for the protection of the rights of high-tech companies-leaders — Alexander Likhanov.
The TechUspech rating has been formed annually since 2012 and is aimed at finding, monitoring and promoting promising fast-growing technology companies that have high leadership potential both in the Russian and global market. Private high-tech companies at least 4 years old, showing an average annual revenue growth rate of at least 10%-20% over the last 5 years, and with revenue for the last year from 100 million to 30 billion rubles, can participate in the rating. Every year, the number of participating companies is steadily growing-at the moment there are more than 550 companies in the TechUspech database. Over 75% of the rating participants successfully export their products to the markets of the USA, China, Europe and the near abroad.
Since 2016, the TechUspech rating has been an official tool for searching and selecting technology companies to participate in the Ministry of economic development's project “Support for private high-tech companies-leaders” (“National Champions”). Starting from 2020, the project is implemented in the form of public-state partnership, the initiative for the selection of new project participants belongs to the Association of “fast-Growing technology companies (“National Champions”) and the non-state development Institute “Innopraktika”. The Association together with the Ministry of economic development of the Russian Federation provides for the solution of systemic issues related to the business development of fast-growing technology companies.
The project participants will be provided with information and consulting assistance on current state support measures, promotion of their interests within the framework of interaction with state authorities and development institutions, assistance in overcoming administrative and other barriers, as well as in promoting their products in foreign markets and using other mechanisms and tools of support.