Programme 2018

February 14
09:30–11:30
Conference hall 3.4
Young Enterprise Day Networking The concept at the heart of Young Enterprise Day is connections. The main task of partner organizations is to help young entrepreneurs find the rig...
The concept at the heart of Young Enterprise Day is connections. The main task of partner organizations is to help young entrepreneurs find the right people and make useful contacts. The event programme offers a unique format based around a synergy of managed networking and education. A number of prominent business people will take part in the networking session.
Moderators:
Lev
Abdullin
Chairman, Committee on Youth Entrepreneurship, Krasnodar Division, All-Russian Non-Governmental Organization of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses Opora Russia
Chairman, Committee on Youth Entrepreneurship, Krasnodar Division, All-Russian Non-Governmental Organization of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses Opora Russia
Artem
Androsov
Chairman, Committee for Youth Entrepreneurship, All-Russian Non-Governmental Organization of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses Opora Russia
Chairman, Committee for Youth Entrepreneurship, All-Russian Non-Governmental Organization of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses Opora Russia
Born February 16, 1987
2007: Business Programme Diploma, Brisbane, Australia.
2009: graduated from Tumen State Academy of Architecture and Construction in industrial and civil engineering.
2013: elected Chairman of the Youth Entrepreneurship Committee of OPORA Russia, Tumen Office.
As of the 2015, the Youth Entrepreneurship Committee of OPORA Russia had held over 150 events, involving over 6000 people.
2016: Chairman of the Federal Committee on Youth Entrepreneurship, which covers 17 regional ones.
2016: represented Russia at the International Forum of Young European Entrepreneurs.
2017: Artem Androsov’s team will host the Economy and Entrepreneurship Section at the 19th Festival of Youth and Students, attended by participants from 150 countries.
Artem
Buduchev
Deputy Chairman, Mentoring Committee, Tyumen Division All-Russian Non-Governmental Organization of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses Opora Russia
Deputy Chairman, Mentoring Committee, Tyumen Division All-Russian Non-Governmental Organization of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses Opora Russia
Artem
Vorobiev
Chairman, IT Committee, Tyumen Division All-Russian Non-Governmental Organization of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses Opora Russia
Chairman, IT Committee, Tyumen Division All-Russian Non-Governmental Organization of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses Opora Russia
Aleksandr
Zakharov
Chairman, Committee on Youth Entrepreneurship, Ulyanovsk Division All-Russian Non-Governmental Organization of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses Opora Russia
Chairman, Committee on Youth Entrepreneurship, Ulyanovsk Division All-Russian Non-Governmental Organization of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses Opora Russia
Sergey
Linkevich
Chairman, Committee on Youth Entrepreneurship, Tyumen Division All-Russian Non-Governmental Organization of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses Opora Russia
Chairman, Committee on Youth Entrepreneurship, Tyumen Division All-Russian Non-Governmental Organization of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses Opora Russia
Dmitry
Petrulyov
Individual Entrepreneur; Director, FOL’GA Creative Agency
Individual Entrepreneur; Director, FOL’GA Creative Agency
Artem
Rakhmeyev
Deputy Chairman, Committee on Mentoring, Tyumen Division All-Russian Non-Governmental Organization of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses Opora Russia
Deputy Chairman, Committee on Mentoring, Tyumen Division All-Russian Non-Governmental Organization of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses Opora Russia
11:40–13:10
Conference hall 3.2
Young Enterprise Day Challenges and Opportunities for Young People in the Digital Economy Internet Initiatives Development Fund Session Experts estimate that Russia will face a number of challenges within the next 5–10 years which will significantly change the requirements placed on...
Experts estimate that Russia will face a number of challenges within the next 5–10 years which will significantly change the requirements placed on human capital – the working population, along with its qualifications, skills and professions. How will the role of young people in the digital economy change and what can be done now? What should employers look out for when hiring young people? How can they build teams that are capable of working effectively in this new reality? Trends that are having the greatest impact on the business environment:
The digitalization of the economy The digital economy has been recognized as a key economic development tool in Russia and worldwide. Digitalization could make over 6 million jobs in Russia redundant and cause changes to the requirements and structure of a further 20 million.
The changing demographic profile of the population It is anticipated that the number of young people, who are among the highest contributors to society, will decreased by 29%, and that the proportion of ‘older’ people will grow by 32% (Rosstat)
The growth of global competition for human capital and, as a result, an outflow of professionals away from Russia.
Panellists:
Vadim
Malych
Deputy Director of Educational Projects, The Internet Initiatives Development Fund (IIDF)
Deputy Director of Educational Projects, The Internet Initiatives Development Fund (IIDF)
Denis
Popovtsev
Education Department Chief Analyst, The Internet Initiatives Development Fund (IIDF)
Education Department Chief Analyst, The Internet Initiatives Development Fund (IIDF)
11:40–13:10
Conference hall 3.5
Young Enterprise Day Legal Aspects of Cryptocurrencies Young Lawyers of Russia Session Key issues:
• Cryptocurrencies from the Perspective of Russian Law
• Global Practicies for the Legal Regulation of Cryptocurrencies
...
Key issues:
• Cryptocurrencies from the Perspective of Russian Law
• Global Practicies for the Legal Regulation of Cryptocurrencies
• Legal Aspects of Using Cryptocurrencies as a Source of Funding for Small-Scale Business Where No Other Banking Products are Available
• Attitude of Russian State Authorities to Cryptocurrencies: the Ministry of Finance, Cetral Bank, Rosfinmonitoring, and the Prosecutor General’s Office of the Russian Federation.
• International Financial Transactions in Cryptocurrencies: Loans, Investments, Ownership
• Rights of Cryptocurrency Owners in the Russian Federation: Risks and Opportunities.
• Administrative and Judicial Protection of the Interests of Cryptocurrency Owners in Russia and Worldwide
• Analysis of Court Desicions on Cases Involving Cryptocurrencies
• Taxation and Cryptocurrencies
• The Future of Legal Regulation of the Cryptocurrencies Market in the Russian Federation
Moderator:
Sergey
Bruyev
Chairman of the Board, Young Lawyers of Russia; Executive Partner, LightHouse Legal
Chairman of the Board, Young Lawyers of Russia; Executive Partner, LightHouse Legal
Panellists:
Ilya
Alembayev
Senior Partner, Versus.legal
Senior Partner, Versus.legal
Anton
Guglya
Co-Founder, Cryptoacademy
Co-Founder, Cryptoacademy
Elina
Sidorenko
Leader of the Work Group for the Assessment of Risks Associated with Cryptocurrencies, State Duma of the Russian Federation
Leader of the Work Group for the Assessment of Risks Associated with Cryptocurrencies, State Duma of the Russian Federation
11:40–13:10
Conference hall 3.6
Young Enterprise Day Development of Youth Entrepreneurship and Innovation Ministry for Economic Development of the Russian Federation Session The Russian Federation is now developing business support infrastructure in the technology and innovation sectors: a network of technology parks an...
The Russian Federation is now developing business support infrastructure in the technology and innovation sectors: a network of technology parks and business incubators has been created, engineering and prototyping centres are operating, and a network of youth innovation creativity centres is being established in the country’s regions as a basic mechanism to involve young people in the innovation economy. These measures aim to create the conditions in which young people can set up and develop successful innovative companies. Bringing together technological and business skills within innovative project teams is of particular importance. Successful high-tech products can only emerge when engineers and scientists interact closely with professional and competent entrepreneurs, and the key to survival for innovative solutions is to build an effective business plan and marketing strategy. The section for young entrepreneurs will feature project sessions for products being developed by residents of Russia’s youth innovation creativity centres. The purpose of the section is to design effective business plans and development strategies for innovative products from the centres’ residents.
Panellists:
Yulia
Alferova
Advisor to the Minister of Economic Development of the Russian Federation
Advisor to the Minister of Economic Development of the Russian Federation
Timur
Vakhitov
Project Manager, the Project Office of the Centre for Young Innovation and Creativity of the Russian Federation
Project Manager, the Project Office of the Centre for Young Innovation and Creativity of the Russian Federation
Yuriy
Kuntsev
Project Manager, The Project Office of the Centre for Young Innovation and Creativity of the Russian Federation
Project Manager, The Project Office of the Centre for Young Innovation and Creativity of the Russian Federation
Olesya
Teterina
Deputy Director, the Department for the Development of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses and Competition, the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation
Deputy Director, the Department for the Development of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses and Competition, the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation
11:40–13:10
Conference hall 3.8
Young Enterprise Day Investing in Young Innovators: Intellectual Property and Youth Projects Talent and Success Foundation Session The role of young people in the economy of the future is becoming more and more significant. A lot of new products and corresponding intellectual p...
The role of young people in the economy of the future is becoming more and more significant. A lot of new products and corresponding intellectual property requiring registration and future commercialization are being created across a number of design schools.
Key issues:
• Discussion of Mechanisms and Rules Regulating the Intellectual Property of Underaged Proprietors
• Business Models Based on Intellectual Property for Scientific, Technical and IT Projects
Moderators:
Igor
Asonov
Programme Director, Sirius Science Park
Programme Director, Sirius Science Park
Vladimir
Klimarev
Head, Advanced Research and Programmes Department, Sirius Science Park
Head, Advanced Research and Programmes Department, Sirius Science Park
Panellists:
Alina
Akinshina
Executive Director, Co-Founder, Online Patent
Executive Director, Co-Founder, Online Patent
Vladimir
Elin
Associate Professor of the Information Security Department, National Research University Higher School of Economics
Associate Professor of the Information Security Department, National Research University Higher School of Economics
Ilya
Kononenko
Head of the Department for Support and Development of Portal Solutions, Federal Institute of Industrial Property
Head of the Department for Support and Development of Portal Solutions, Federal Institute of Industrial Property
11:40–13:10
Conference hall 3.9
Young Enterprise Day Co-working Centres as a New Form of Government Support for Beginning Entrepreneurs Krasnodar Territory Investment and SME Development Department Session Recent years have seen the ways of organizing work and space that co-working centres have to offer gain increasing popularity in Russia. Co-working...
Recent years have seen the ways of organizing work and space that co-working centres have to offer gain increasing popularity in Russia. Co-working centres are characterized by their flexible organization of workspace and their aspirations to form a community of residents and an internal business culture. This format is attracting the interest of the entrepreneurial community, and especially of those entrepreneurs who operate their businesses primarily via the Internet. Platforms like these provide startups with an opportunity to reduce the costs associated with doing business during the most difficult phase – getting their business off the ground. Government co-working centres offer residents not only free and fully equipped workspaces, but also accounting and legal services, regular educational events, and access to project mentoring institutions.
The idea behind government co-working centres is to provide a full spectrum of government support services in the form of a ‘package’ offer to residents. This will make it possible, using a combination of benefits, to encourage businesses to move out of the informal sector of the economy.
Key issues:
• A services-based approach to supporting beginning entrepreneurs
• Programmes for tutoring, mentoring, and accelerating the projects of co-working centre residents
• Cooperation between co-working centre residents and financial and credit organizations
• Prospects for the development of co-working centers in Russia
Moderator:
Arseniy
Uralov
President, Association of Accelerators; Head, Scientific and Educational Center "Technological Forge"
President, Association of Accelerators; Head, Scientific and Educational Center "Technological Forge"
Panellists:
Alexey
Biryukov
Entrepreneur, Investor; Tutor, Action Station Co-working Centre
Entrepreneur, Investor; Tutor, Action Station Co-working Centre
Yury
Volkov
Head of Investments and Small and Medium Enterprise Development Department of the Krasnodar Region
Head of Investments and Small and Medium Enterprise Development Department of the Krasnodar Region
Polina
Korostieva
Deputy Director of the Department of Economics, Rostov-on-Don
Deputy Director of the Department of Economics, Rostov-on-Don
Diana
Lipinskaya
Director, "Center-Invest Bank" Krasnodar Branch
Director, "Center-Invest Bank" Krasnodar Branch
Ramil
Mukhtasarov
Managing Partner, RE Group
Managing Partner, RE Group
Managing Partner, RE Group. Born 19.01.1984
Education: 2007: graduated from the department for investment management at Moscow State University of Environmental Engineering 2010: graduated from the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration in Innovative Projects Management
2015: internship in Japan on Implementation of IT in the urban infrastructure. 2010: internship in Israel on Techoparks and Start-Ups of Israel 2007: State and Municipal Management course at the Academy of State Service of Tatarstan
2004–2005: International Relations, Diplomatic Academy of the Russian Foreign Ministry. Professional experience: Projects carried out while working for the Office of Tatarstan Republic with the President’s Office and for the Government of Moscow:
1.Development, raising investment and finding residents for IDEA Technopark, HSE Business incubator, Investment and venture fund RT, Zvorikyn Project, Strogino Technopark, Slava Technopark, Zelenograd Business Incubator, Moskovskaya Venturnaya Kompaniya JSC; 2.Concept development and implementation for Centre of Innovative Development of Moscow; 3.Development of the programme: Moscow – Innovative Capital of Russia 2012 – 2015; 4.Development of investment projects for the innovative infrastructure in the Russian Federation: technoparks, technopolises, business incubators, co-workings; 5.GR for large-scale investment projects in the regions of the Russian Federation.
Dmitry
Shvets
General Director, Co-working 2.0: Nagatino Club Co-working Centre, supported by the Moscow Department of Science, Industrial Policy and Entrepreneurship
General Director, Co-working 2.0: Nagatino Club Co-working Centre, supported by the Moscow Department of Science, Industrial Policy and Entrepreneurship
11:40–15:40
Conference hall 3.3
Young Enterprise Day Master Classes Training Programmes Delivered by the Russian Export Center’s Export School The key objective of the master classes provided by the training programme of the Russian Export Center is to draw the attention of the relevant au...
The key objective of the master classes provided by the training programme of the Russian Export Center is to draw the attention of the relevant audience to the subject of exports and to familiarize participants with the most relevant issues examined within the REC Export School’s training programme as well as the methodology and basic principles behind how the programme is implemented. It is important to note that the Export School’s training programme is delivered in the format of business training sessions which combine theoretical knowledge with practical exercises, during the completion of which participants have the opportunity to develop skills as they receive them in real-time. The REC Export School’s foundation programme encompasses the full cycle of implementing an export project, from identifying and analysing foreign markets to preparing and making shipments. The master classes offered reveal some of the most vital and discussed topics involved and have been selected on the basis of feedback from graduates of the training course.
Presentation of the REC Export School Training Programme:
Artur
Lyashchenko
Director of Marketing, School of Exports, Russian Export Center
Director of Marketing, School of Exports, Russian Export Center
Master Class ‘State Support for Export-Oriented Activities’:
Oksana
Voronkova
(Ph.D., Economics); REC Export School Regional Trainer; Lecturer at the Department of Global Economics and International Business, Rostov State University of Economics
(Ph.D., Economics); REC Export School Regional Trainer; Lecturer at the Department of Global Economics and International Business, Rostov State University of Economics
Master Class ‘Calculating the Logistical Costs of Export’:
Oksana
Voronkova
(Ph.D., Economics); REC Export School Regional Trainer; Lecturer at the Department of Global Economics and International Business, Rostov State University of Economics
(Ph.D., Economics); REC Export School Regional Trainer; Lecturer at the Department of Global Economics and International Business, Rostov State University of Economics
Master Class ‘Exporting Online: Through the Marketplace or Your Own Internet Store?’:
Oksana
Voronkova
(Ph.D., Economics); REC Export School Regional Trainer; Lecturer at the Department of Global Economics and International Business, Rostov State University of Economics
(Ph.D., Economics); REC Export School Regional Trainer; Lecturer at the Department of Global Economics and International Business, Rostov State University of Economics
11:40–15:40
Conference hall 3.4
Young Enterprise Day Mentor Lounge for Entrepreneurs and Professionals Entrepreneurs and professionals often encounter difficulties such as:
finding and attracting investment, the wrong choice of goals and strateg...
Entrepreneurs and professionals often encounter difficulties such as:
finding and attracting investment, the wrong choice of goals and strategies, absence of a clear plan and losing focus, poor resource management, lack of awareness of their clients' needs, difficulties scaling their projects, poor use of technology, absence of a global vision, ineffective marketing and PR, limited access to capital, lack of necessary contacts, and many other problems and mistakes which prevent them achieving their desired results and growing their businesses. Our knowledge system is made up of articles, books, courses, and educational programmes. But these do not help individuals to see themselves and their businesses from the outside and to identify the right thing to do in a given situation. Only more experienced mentors and the environment in which an entrepreneur or professional finds themselves can help to diagnose problems.
Moderators:
Dmitry
Agarunov
Entrepreneur; Founder, Gameland (Hacker, Gameland, and Total Football Magazines, Television Channels Gameland TV and MAN TV)
Entrepreneur; Founder, Gameland (Hacker, Gameland, and Total Football Magazines, Television Channels Gameland TV and MAN TV)
Artem
Androsov
Chairman, Committee for Youth Entrepreneurship, All-Russian Non-Governmental Organization of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses Opora Russia
Chairman, Committee for Youth Entrepreneurship, All-Russian Non-Governmental Organization of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses Opora Russia
Born February 16, 1987
2007: Business Programme Diploma, Brisbane, Australia.
2009: graduated from Tumen State Academy of Architecture and Construction in industrial and civil engineering.
2013: elected Chairman of the Youth Entrepreneurship Committee of OPORA Russia, Tumen Office.
As of the 2015, the Youth Entrepreneurship Committee of OPORA Russia had held over 150 events, involving over 6000 people.
2016: Chairman of the Federal Committee on Youth Entrepreneurship, which covers 17 regional ones.
2016: represented Russia at the International Forum of Young European Entrepreneurs.
2017: Artem Androsov’s team will host the Economy and Entrepreneurship Section at the 19th Festival of Youth and Students, attended by participants from 150 countries.
Ruben
Arutunyan
Founder, President, Henderson
Founder, President, Henderson
Mikhail
Broitman
Entrepreneur and Investor; Co-Founder, Vardanyan, Broitman & Partners
Entrepreneur and Investor; Co-Founder, Vardanyan, Broitman & Partners
Vladimir
Voloshin
Entrepreneur and Investor; Managing Partner, Newman Sport & Business Consulting; Co-Founder, IRONSTAR International Triathlon Competition and ROSA RUN Running Festival
Entrepreneur and Investor; Managing Partner, Newman Sport & Business Consulting; Co-Founder, IRONSTAR International Triathlon Competition and ROSA RUN Running Festival
Vladimir
Gamza
Entrepreneur and Social Activist; Managing Partner, DDP GROUP; Chairman of the RF CCI Committee on Financial Markets and Credit Organizations
Entrepreneur and Social Activist; Managing Partner, DDP GROUP; Chairman of the RF CCI Committee on Financial Markets and Credit Organizations
Alexey
Goryachev
Entrepreneur, Investment Banker and Investor; Managing Partner, RMG Partners; Head, YPO Moscow; Ambassador, Skolkovo Business School
Entrepreneur, Investment Banker and Investor; Managing Partner, RMG Partners; Head, YPO Moscow; Ambassador, Skolkovo Business School
Petr
Klimov
General Director, Experum
General Director, Experum
Evgeniy
Larionov
Entrepreneur and Investor; Owner, Ex Libris (Media Research Agency); Founder, Nationwide Coffee House Chain Coffee and the City; Partner, Kernite Capital; Co-Founder, Experum Project
Entrepreneur and Investor; Owner, Ex Libris (Media Research Agency); Founder, Nationwide Coffee House Chain Coffee and the City; Partner, Kernite Capital; Co-Founder, Experum Project
Yevgeny
Lashkov
Entrepreneur, Itovary.ru project
Entrepreneur, Itovary.ru project
Muslim
Muslimov
Entrepreneur; Founder, Clinic No. 1 network of medical centres
Entrepreneur; Founder, Clinic No. 1 network of medical centres
Gor
Nahapetyan
Serial Entrepreneur and Philanthropist; Co-Founder, Profilum, CrashPro future Careers School, The Friends Foundation
Serial Entrepreneur and Philanthropist; Co-Founder, Profilum, CrashPro future Careers School, The Friends Foundation
Eduard
Omarov
Vice President, All-Russian Non-Governmental Organization of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses OPORA Russia
Vice President, All-Russian Non-Governmental Organization of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses OPORA Russia
Born 28 November 1964
1971-1981 studied at the school № 201 in Baku, Republic of Azerbaijan.
1983-1985 served in the Soviet Army of Lithuanian Soviet Socialist Republic.
1985-1993 served in the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation in Tyumen city.
Since 1993 till nowadays – businessman, Director-general of “Kvanta +”
Education:
Tyumen Industrial University. Speciality: Mechanical Engineer.
Tyumen State University. Speciality: Psychologist.
Academic degree: Ph.D
Deputy of Tyumen Regional Duma
Vice-president of All-Russian Non-Governmental Organization of Small and Medium Business "OPORA RUSSIA"
Member of the Enterprise Development Council under the Commissioner of the Russian Federation President in the Urals Federal District.
Lecturer at Tyumen State University. Scientific articles on the topic of success and success in business.
The author of “Artisans and the Rockefellers: for those who want to be successful”, 2014
Author of the educational project “Evening School of Entrepreneur”
Vitaly
Polekhin
Investor; President, The National Business Angels Association; Director, SKOLKOVO Investors’ Club
Investor; President, The National Business Angels Association; Director, SKOLKOVO Investors’ Club
Alexey
Prokofiev
Entrepreneur, Visionary; Partner, AddVenture.vc; Founder and Partner, Open Street Capital; Founder and Partner, Open Persective Privatstiftung
Entrepreneur, Visionary; Partner, AddVenture.vc; Founder and Partner, Open Street Capital; Founder and Partner, Open Persective Privatstiftung
Alexander
Rudik
Head of the Committee for Professional Education and Training, Delovaya Rossiya (Business Russia)
Head of the Committee for Professional Education and Training, Delovaya Rossiya (Business Russia)
Entrepreneur, professional investor, co-founder of a number of educational projects, a public figure, the father of six children. Chairman of the Public and Business Council at the project committee on the strategic direction of the Russian Federation's development "Education". Head of the Committee on professional education and training of the All Russia Public Organization "Business Russia".
Founder and president of the investment company Nova Capital.
Founder and president of Proobraz, a fund and a management company in the education sphere. Co-founder of a number of educational (mel.fm, Maximum, Castle Quiz) and public projects.
14:10–15:40
Conference hall 3.2
Young Enterprise Day Modern Business in Rural Areas: Opportunities and Prospects Russian Union of Rural Youth Session The speakers in this section will share their stories about how they have made their business successful in rural areas, how to develop your busine...
The speakers in this section will share their stories about how they have made their business successful in rural areas, how to develop your business using state aid, and how agricultural businesses can compete with large agricultural corporations in the current climate.
Key issues:
• State Support Measures for Businesses in Rural Areas
• Cooperation for Small-Scale Businesses
• Successful Business Cases from Rural Areas
Moderator:
Yulia
Ogloblina
Chair, Central Council of the Russian Union of Rural Youth; Member of the Central Council of the All-Russia People's Front
Chair, Central Council of the Russian Union of Rural Youth; Member of the Central Council of the All-Russia People's Front
Panellists:
Anatoly
Korotaev
Director, Cooperative Systems, Lipetsk Region
Director, Cooperative Systems, Lipetsk Region
Alexander
Lagutin
Head, Department of Agroindustrial Development, Natural Resources, the Environment, Horticultural Non-Profit Partnerships, and Municipal Monitoring of the City District of Lukhovitsy, Moscow Region
Head, Department of Agroindustrial Development, Natural Resources, the Environment, Horticultural Non-Profit Partnerships, and Municipal Monitoring of the City District of Lukhovitsy, Moscow Region
Andrey
Manokhin
Head, Regional Volunteer Center for Improving Financial Literacy "Assistance" of the Tambov Region, Candidate of Economic Sciences
Head, Regional Volunteer Center for Improving Financial Literacy "Assistance" of the Tambov Region, Candidate of Economic Sciences
Maria
Unitsaeva
Individual Entrepreneur, Bezenchuksky District, Samara Region
Individual Entrepreneur, Bezenchuksky District, Samara Region
14:10–15:40
Conference hall 3.5
Young Enterprise Day Entrepreneurship in a Time of Awareness: Surviving Failure and Achieving Success Center for Strategic Research Foundation Session Only about 6% of the Russian population are entrepreneurs or business owners. Just 2.1% of people between 18 and 64 are interested in running a bus...
Only about 6% of the Russian population are entrepreneurs or business owners. Just 2.1% of people between 18 and 64 are interested in running a business, which is considerably lower than the European average of 11.9%. One of the key problems is that people are terrified of making a mistake. How can you learn to make mistakes, acquire valuable experience, and move on to reach new heights in business? What can you do to avoid quitting if your first efforts are not successful? What skills does today’s business person require? How can you use current conditions to develop a business?
Panellists:
Alexey
Grishchenko
Head, Laboratory of Business Environment Innovations, Sberbank
Head, Laboratory of Business Environment Innovations, Sberbank
Artem
Elmuratov
Head of Business Development, Genotek
Head of Business Development, Genotek
Elena
Kamay
Organizer, Lambada Market
Organizer, Lambada Market
Mariya
Shklyaruk
Vice President, Center for Strategic Research Foundation
Vice President, Center for Strategic Research Foundation
Candidate of economic sciences (2013),
Magister Legum, Universität Hamburg, Law faculty (2012),
St. Petersburg University of MVD (Ministry of Internal Affairs), 2006 — economist, 2001 — jurist, diploma with honors.
Author of the "Legal Statistics: systematic conflict between knowledge of crime and its intradepartmental work applications" study, marked in 2014 as one of the "14 most interesting economic research papers on Russia", http://www.opec.ru/1784375.html
Coauthor of the “Study of the mechanics of the Russian law enforcement system inner workings” research paper, marked in 2012 as one of the “12 most interesting econom
14:10–15:40
Conference hall 3.6
Young Enterprise Day Young Enterprise – Fulcrum of the National Economy All-Russian Non-Governmental Organization of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses Opora Russia Session The future of Russia and its integrated development depend on the young generation. Particular attention is being devoted to young enterprise as on...
The future of Russia and its integrated development depend on the young generation. Particular attention is being devoted to young enterprise as one of the central pillars of the developing economy of tomorrow.
Key issues:
• Federal and regional support measures for young enterprise
• The emergence of entrepreneurial thinking within different age groups
• The creation of communities as a major tool for developing young enterprise
• An experienced tutor as the key to success
Moderator:
Artem
Androsov
Chairman, Committee for Youth Entrepreneurship, All-Russian Non-Governmental Organization of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses Opora Russia
Chairman, Committee for Youth Entrepreneurship, All-Russian Non-Governmental Organization of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses Opora Russia
Born February 16, 1987
2007: Business Programme Diploma, Brisbane, Australia.
2009: graduated from Tumen State Academy of Architecture and Construction in industrial and civil engineering.
2013: elected Chairman of the Youth Entrepreneurship Committee of OPORA Russia, Tumen Office.
As of the 2015, the Youth Entrepreneurship Committee of OPORA Russia had held over 150 events, involving over 6000 people.
2016: Chairman of the Federal Committee on Youth Entrepreneurship, which covers 17 regional ones.
2016: represented Russia at the International Forum of Young European Entrepreneurs.
2017: Artem Androsov’s team will host the Economy and Entrepreneurship Section at the 19th Festival of Youth and Students, attended by participants from 150 countries.
Panellists:
Yulia
Alferova
Advisor to the Minister of Economic Development of the Russian Federation
Advisor to the Minister of Economic Development of the Russian Federation
Ruben
Arutunyan
Founder, President, Henderson
Founder, President, Henderson
Alexander
Dzheus
Director General, Orlyonok; Deputy of the Legislative Assembly of the Sixth Convocation of Krasnodar Territory
Director General, Orlyonok; Deputy of the Legislative Assembly of the Sixth Convocation of Krasnodar Territory
Yevgeny
Lashkov
Entrepreneur, Itovary.ru project
Entrepreneur, Itovary.ru project
Eduard
Omarov
Vice President, All-Russian Non-Governmental Organization of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses OPORA Russia
Vice President, All-Russian Non-Governmental Organization of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses OPORA Russia
Born 28 November 1964
1971-1981 studied at the school № 201 in Baku, Republic of Azerbaijan.
1983-1985 served in the Soviet Army of Lithuanian Soviet Socialist Republic.
1985-1993 served in the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation in Tyumen city.
Since 1993 till nowadays – businessman, Director-general of “Kvanta +”
Education:
Tyumen Industrial University. Speciality: Mechanical Engineer.
Tyumen State University. Speciality: Psychologist.
Academic degree: Ph.D
Deputy of Tyumen Regional Duma
Vice-president of All-Russian Non-Governmental Organization of Small and Medium Business "OPORA RUSSIA"
Member of the Enterprise Development Council under the Commissioner of the Russian Federation President in the Urals Federal District.
Lecturer at Tyumen State University. Scientific articles on the topic of success and success in business.
The author of “Artisans and the Rockefellers: for those who want to be successful”, 2014
Author of the educational project “Evening School of Entrepreneur”
Maksim
Parshin
Director, Department for Small and Medium-sized Business and Competition, Ministry for Economic Development of the Russian Federation
Director, Department for Small and Medium-sized Business and Competition, Ministry for Economic Development of the Russian Federation
Born on July 23, 1976 in Mytishchi, Moscow Region.
In 1998, Mr. Parhin graduated from Moscow State University and, in 2001, he completed a post-graduate course. In 2008, he graduated from the International Institute of International Business under the Russian Foreign Trade Academy (MBA).
2002–2013: deputy division director, division director and then deputy department director at the Russian Ministry for Economic Development.
2013: He was appointed Deputy General Director of FSUE Mail of Russia.
2014–2015: Deputy Director, Federal Service for Labour and Employment.
Since January 2015: Director of the Department for Small and Medium-sized Business and Competition, Russian Ministry for Economic Development.
Mr. Parshin has been awarded the Diploma of Honour by the Russian Government.
14:10–15:40
Conference hall 3.7
Young Enterprise Day Things You Won’t Find in Business Textbooks Delovaya Rossiya (Business Russia) Session So you’ve set up your own business. You’ve read all the literature and gone through the registration stages. What now? Where do you steer your ship...
So you’ve set up your own business. You’ve read all the literature and gone through the registration stages. What now? Where do you steer your ship? How do you find your own niche? How do you survive and beat the competition? How do you build your own successful strategy not just on paper, but in practice, in THIS country, operating under THESE conditions and laws?Successful entrepreneurs from Delovaya Rossiya have done it! The participants in this section embarked on their business careers with student startups and grew to become leaders of European and Russian industries. How did they do it? Why not ask them yourself?
Key issues:
• The Age of Pioneers (difficulties in your initial years: how to avoid or minimize risk)
• Per aspera ad astra (development strategies: a variety of options and recommendations from those who have done it)
• Knocking on Heaven’s Door (how support tools actually work and which of them you should definitely use)
• Russian Knights in Faraway Lands (Delovaya Rossiya’s business ambassadors talk about setting up a company abroad: how to run and maintain it)
Moderator:
Elena
Bocherova
Vice President, Head of the Executive Committee, Delovaya Rossiya (Business Russia)
Vice President, Head of the Executive Committee, Delovaya Rossiya (Business Russia)
1985.07.18, Lipetsk, Russian Federation. HIGHER EDUCATION: Lipetsk State Technical University, course "Applied Mathematics". WORK EXPERIENCE: 2015 till pres. – Vice-President, Head of the Executive Committee of the All-Russian public organization "BUSINESS RUSSIA"; 2012 till pres. – Business ombudsman “Youth entrepreneurship”; 2013 to 2015 - Deputy Director of “Young Professionals” at the Agency for Strategic Initiatives (ASI). Co-organizer of “FORESIGHT FLEET 2013", “FORESIGHT FLEET 2015”, cofounder of “National competence system and qualifications” road map; 2012 to 2013 - Deputy Director of the Federal Agency for Youth Affairs; 2011 to 2015 - Chairman - Subcommittee “Youth entrepreneurship development” into the Committee “Private entrepreneurship, SME development”; 2006 to 2012 - deputy of Lipetsk Regional Council of IV and V convocations ("United Russia" political faction); 2009 to 2012- Head of the Federal program "You are the entrepreneur" Federal Agency for Youth Affairs; 2010, 2011. - Organizer of All-Russian competition YOUNG ENTREPRENEUR OF RUSSIA; 2010, 2011 - Co-organizer INTERNATIONAL YOUTH ECONOMIC FORUM (SPIEF); 2009, 2010, 2011 - Head of “YOU - THE ENTREPRENEUR” session of the National Youth Educational Forum SELIGER; 2006 to 2009 - Head of ENTREPRENEURSHIP YOUTH SCHOOL project. The project received approval of Prime Minister Vladimir Putin in 2009. Then it was transformed into comprehensive program “Youth involvement in the business”
Panellists:
Vadim
Kulubekov
Owner, Avista-Modul Engineering Group
Owner, Avista-Modul Engineering Group
Sergey
Nedoroslev
President, STAN LLC
President, STAN LLC
Born 1963 in Barnaul, Altai Region.
1985: graduated from Altai State University in Radio Physics and Electronics. He then pursued post-graduate studies at the Moscow Institute of Electronic Technology, where he focused his research on semi-conductor production and semi-conductor based devices.
2007: Candidate of Economics, thesis on “Corporate governance in state-controlled joint stock companies”.
Since 1987: has worked in various companies he set up. He established the Kaskol Group, which became one of the biggest industrial holding groups.
2012: one of the founders of STAN, a leading heavy machinery manufacturer in the country.
Member of the Coordinating and General Councils of the All-Russia Public Organization Delovaya Rossiya (Business Russia), member of the Administrative Office of the Board of the All-Russia Sector Association of Employers Union of Russian Engineering Union and board member of a number of companies, including RZD JSCo and others.
Andrey
Pavlov
Founder, president, Zenden Group
Founder, president, Zenden Group
Aleksey
Poroshin
General Director, FIRST Investment Consulting Group
General Director, FIRST Investment Consulting Group
Born in Perm, Russia on 28 April, 1980.
Graduated from the State University “Perm National Research Polytechnic University”, Diploma in Economy and Business Administration.
Managing Partner and the CEO of the Investment Consulting Group "First". Has more than 15 years of experience in investment banking sector, as well as on the Russian financial market.
·Member of the General Council, co-chairman of the Сenter for financial and credit support of business of All Russia Public Organization “Delovaya Rossiya”.
·Member of the Committee on Monetary Policy and of the Committee on work with government institutions and the development of support measures of All Russia Public Organization “Delovaya Rossiya”.
·Member of the working group for coordination of development and filling of the SME Business Navigator of SME Corporation.
·Member of the expert group for the main direction of the strategic development of the Russian Federation «Small business and the support of the individual entrepreneurial initiative».
·Member of the Interdepartmental Comission for the implementation of new comprehensive investment projects in priority areas of the civilian industry of the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation.
·Member of the working group «Business Projects» of the expert council of the Agency for Strategic Initiatives (ASI).
·Member of Board of directots of NPO Iskra, PAO, Perm.
·Member of Board of directors of OJSC “Proton-Perm motors”, Perm.
·Member of the Board of NGO "Perm fraternity".
Alexey
Repik
President, Delovaya Rossiya (Business Russia)
President, Delovaya Rossiya (Business Russia)
Born in Moscow, Russia on 27 August 1979.Graduated from the State University “Higher School of Economics”, Diploma in Economy and Business Administration.Since 1995 in Healthcare and Pharmaceutics.R-Pharm Founder. President of All-Russia Business Association “Delovaya Rossiya” (“Business Russia”), actively participating in the improvement of investment climate in the Russian Federation and the establishment of the regional investment standard.Member of the Economic Council under the President of the Russian Federation.Member of the Presidential Council for Priority National Projects and Demographic Policy.Member of the Expert Council under the Government of the Russian Federation. Member of the Public Chamber of the Russian Federation, Head of Commission on Investment Climate.Representative (public ombudsman) of the Commissioner of the Presidential Council on the protection of the rights of entrepreneurs on issues related to the protection of the rights of foreign investors.Board-member and Co-chairman of Committee of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs on pharmaceutical and medical industry.Co-Chairman of the National Rating CommitteeMember of the Public Council under the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation (pharmaceutical, medical equipment and technologies).Member of the Supervisory Board of the Autonomous Nonprofit Organization "Agency for Strategic Initiatives".
Alexander
Rudik
Head of the Committee for Professional Education and Training, Delovaya Rossiya (Business Russia)
Head of the Committee for Professional Education and Training, Delovaya Rossiya (Business Russia)
Entrepreneur, professional investor, co-founder of a number of educational projects, a public figure, the father of six children. Chairman of the Public and Business Council at the project committee on the strategic direction of the Russian Federation's development "Education". Head of the Committee on professional education and training of the All Russia Public Organization "Business Russia".
Founder and president of the investment company Nova Capital.
Founder and president of Proobraz, a fund and a management company in the education sphere. Co-founder of a number of educational (mel.fm, Maximum, Castle Quiz) and public projects.
Vakhtang
Sagareyshvili
Deputy General Director for Investment Development, Management Company Victoria Estate
Deputy General Director for Investment Development, Management Company Victoria Estate
Olesya
Teterina
Deputy Director, the Department for the Development of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses and Competition, the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation
Deputy Director, the Department for the Development of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses and Competition, the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation
Alexander
Elinson
General Director, Electron
General Director, Electron
Works for the NIPK Electron Co since 1996. Headed strategically important for the company direction for the development of innovative technologies and international cooperation. Stood at the origins of the export activities of the company. Developed a fundamentally new type of cooperation between the leaders of the Russian and foreign market - a full cycle of innovative partnership. Actively engaged in the promotion and development of medical technologies in radiology, healthcare innovation, new solutions in medical equipment and IT. A member of the Presidium of the General Council of the All Russia Public Organization “Delovaya Rossiya”, and the head of its branch office of medical equipment, as well as a member of the Advisory Council on Health of the Federation Council Committee on Social Policy. Awarded diplomas and citations of the Committee for Industrial Policy and Innovations of St. Petersburg; the RF Ministry of Economic Development, the Ministry of Industry and Trade, the Governor of St. Petersburg. In 2015, he was awarded the citation "for active public work" on behalf of the President Vladimir Putin.
14:10–15:40
Conference hall 3.9
Young Enterprise Day Social Entrepreneurship: Driving Force behind Youth Projects Session on Social Entrepreneurship This session is aimed at showcasing successful practices in implementing youth projects, and discussing support for social and youth entrepreneursh...
This session is aimed at showcasing successful practices in implementing youth projects, and discussing support for social and youth entrepreneurship. The session will be structured in the form of discussions between organizations offering infrastructure support for small and medium-sized business and experts and creators of successful business projects.
Key issues:
• Social entrepreneurship: trends in this sector of economy, legal recognition of the term, and developmental trends in the industry.
• The role of the state in developing social and youth entrepreneurship.
• The federal programme You are an Entrepreneur as a way to bring your project to fruition. The key activities of the programme, its achievements and future prospects. Experience in solving key problems for the programme, and success stories. Growth Areas
• How youth social entrepreneurship has developed throughout the country, and its achievements and prospects. Experience in solving problems encountered involving young people in social entrepreneurship. Growth Areas
Moderator:
Denis
Bogatov
Director, Centre for the Development of Social Entrepreneurship, Russian State Social University
Director, Centre for the Development of Social Entrepreneurship, Russian State Social University
Panellists:
Valeriya
Asafova
Director, Childhood Street (Crimea, Chukotka Autonomous District)
Director, Childhood Street (Crimea, Chukotka Autonomous District)
Roman
Banin
Social Entrepreneur (Bryansk Region)
Social Entrepreneur (Bryansk Region)
Anatoly
Zorin
Director, Rospredprinimatel
Director, Rospredprinimatel
Oksana
Kozyreva
Head, Center for Innovations in the Social Sphere of the Altai Territory
Head, Center for Innovations in the Social Sphere of the Altai Territory
Denis
Krivosheyev
Deputy Chairman, State Committee of the Republic of Mordovia for Youth Affairs
Deputy Chairman, State Committee of the Republic of Mordovia for Youth Affairs
Anton
Kumov
Entrepreneur; Project Director, Honey from Kuma (Rostov Region)
Entrepreneur; Project Director, Honey from Kuma (Rostov Region)
Nikita
Nikishkin
Social Entrepreneur; Pure Business Centre for Environmental Project Development
Social Entrepreneur; Pure Business Centre for Environmental Project Development
Igor
Nosov
Social Entrepreneur (Altai Territory)
Social Entrepreneur (Altai Territory)
Maksim
Parshin
Director, Department for Small and Medium-sized Business and Competition, Ministry for Economic Development of the Russian Federation
Director, Department for Small and Medium-sized Business and Competition, Ministry for Economic Development of the Russian Federation
Born on July 23, 1976 in Mytishchi, Moscow Region.
In 1998, Mr. Parhin graduated from Moscow State University and, in 2001, he completed a post-graduate course. In 2008, he graduated from the International Institute of International Business under the Russian Foreign Trade Academy (MBA).
2002–2013: deputy division director, division director and then deputy department director at the Russian Ministry for Economic Development.
2013: He was appointed Deputy General Director of FSUE Mail of Russia.
2014–2015: Deputy Director, Federal Service for Labour and Employment.
Since January 2015: Director of the Department for Small and Medium-sized Business and Competition, Russian Ministry for Economic Development.
Mr. Parshin has been awarded the Diploma of Honour by the Russian Government.
Larisa
Pastukhova
Chair of the Board, Youth Socio-Economic Initiatives All-Russian Union of Public Associations
Chair of the Board, Youth Socio-Economic Initiatives All-Russian Union of Public Associations
Natalia
Pochinok
Rector, Russian State Social University
Rector, Russian State Social University
Rector of the Russian State Social University.
Born 04.07.1976
Education
1997 – Graduates REA majoring in Finance and Credit
2002 – Graduates RGSU in Law
2005 – gets PhD in Economics
2014 – becomes a docent, member of the Russian Academy of Sciences

Career
1999 tax planning department chief specialist at Doveritelny I Investitsionny Bank
1999–2004 taxation manager at Price Waterhouse Coopers
2004–2005 vice-president, Gazprom Bank
2005–2006 Raiffaisen Bank Austria board advisor
2006–2010 diretor of the Kuban branch, Raiffaisen Bank
2010 – advisor to the CEO on regional development, Raiffaisen Bank
2010–2013 – Branches director at the central office of Sberbank of Russia
2013 – First Vice-President of Sberbank NPF
Civil Activity
Member of the Presidential Economic Council
Chairwoman of the State Duma Committee on managing retirement investment
Member of the Civil Chamber of the city of Moscow
Member of the board of RUIP
Member of the board of strategic development of Pochta Rossii
Chairwoman of the industry commission on business education at the Manager’s Association
Head of Expert Committee on professional education at Delovaya Rossiya
Member of the coordination council of UMO of Universities of Russia
First chairwoman of Sociology and Social Work committee
Evgeniya
Telitsina
Executive Director, Towards Change Foundation
Executive Director, Towards Change Foundation
Olesya
Teterina
Deputy Director, the Department for the Development of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses and Competition, the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation
Deputy Director, the Department for the Development of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses and Competition, the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation
16:00–17:30
Pushkin Hall
Plenary session Young Enterprise Day The New Economy: The Potential of Youth Entrepreneurship The changing structure of international labour markets and the shortage of jobs for young professionals in the country’s regions are the key challe...
The changing structure of international labour markets and the shortage of jobs for young professionals in the country’s regions are the key challenges for Russian economic development in the twenty-first century. The pull of major urban metropolises is creating imbalances in the workforce available to their small and medium-sized counterparts, and slowing the diversification of local economies. In these complex and unpredictable times, an increasingly important role is being played by young entrepreneurs, who are flexible, proactive, sensitive to innovation, and ready to change the environment around them. They possess the reserves of energy and time needed to experiment, and are developing new economic sectors based on promising ideas and advanced technologies, and creating local manufacturing industries as they revive and rethink traditional crafts. Their efforts are helpig regions to grow their human capital and establish new city brands, and the structure of international exports is changing in favour of rceative goods and services.
Moderator:
Maxim
Bouev
Vice-Rector for Strategic Development, New Economic School; Professor, Dean, Department of Economics, European University at St. Petersburg
Vice-Rector for Strategic Development, New Economic School; Professor, Dean, Department of Economics, European University at St. Petersburg
Panellists:
Alexander
Bugaev
Head, Federal Agency for Youth Affairs (Rosmolodezh)
Head, Federal Agency for Youth Affairs (Rosmolodezh)
Born April 24, 1980 in Moscow
Education
In 2002 Graduated Moscow State Agricultural Engineering University named after V.P. Goryachkin with a degree in Engineering. Simultaneously attended military classes in the same university, received the rank of the Lieutenant in the Reserve.
In 2005 had his thesis defense, received PhD in Technical Sciences.
In 2006 attended leadership training courses at VSHU.
In 2010 graduated Moscow State Academy of State and Municipal Management in State and Municipal Management.
In 2013 graduated RANEPA in Sociology and Management.
Work and Civic Activity
2002 – 2003 – curator for the Central Federal District of the executive committee of the Molodezhnoe Edinstvo LLC
2003 – 2004 – head of technology testing for Center of Information Technologies at State Agricultural Engineering University
2004 – 2008 – head of IT at the Center of Information Technologies at State Agricultural Engineering University
2005 – 2013 – senior assistant professor at the Machinery Reliability department at State Agricultural Engineering University
2007 – 2009 – Doctorate student at State Agricultural Engineering University
2007 – 2010 – head of education department of Moscow Department of Family and Youth Policy
2010 – 2011 – head of Sozvezdie Center at the Moscow Department of Family and Youth Policy
2011 – 2012 – head of Department of Family and Youth Policy at the North-Western District of Moscow
2012 – 2014 – deputy head of Prefecture of the South-Western District of Moscow
2014 – 2015 – deputy head of the Federal Youth Agency (Rosmolodezh)
2015 – 2017 – head of analytics, head of the regional cooperation department of the Siberian and Far Eastern Federal Regions on internal policy
Since 2017 – head of Federal Youth Agency
Family
Married, has a son
Igor
Galas
Deputy Head (Governor) of the Krasnodar Region Administration
Deputy Head (Governor) of the Krasnodar Region Administration
Galas Igor Petrovich, the Deputy Head of Administration (Governor) of Krasnodar region on Financial and Economic Issues, was born on the 1st of April in 1979 in Starominskaya village of Starominskoi district, Krasnodar region. In 1997 he graduated from the Rostov State Econimic Academy, the Department of Finance and Credit. The same year he entered the service of the tax office in Starominskoi district.
In 2001 I.P. Galas became the Financial Administration Head of Starominskoi district. In the same year he was appointed head of the financial management of the Department of Finance, Budjet and Control of Krasnodar region in Starominskoi district and held the office until October 2007.
The next stage of his work was the entry into office of the deputy head of the Finance Department, Budjet and Control of Krasnodar region.
In 2013 I.P. Galas was appointed to the post of Minister of Economy of Krasnodar region.
Galas in 2014 was awarded the honorary title "Honored Economist of Kuban".
In October 2015 he was appointed Deputy Head of Administration (Governor) of Krasnodar region.
Alexander
Kalinin
President, All-Russian Non-Governmental Organization of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses Opora Russia
President, All-Russian Non-Governmental Organization of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses Opora Russia
Born on November 4, 1966 in the city of Chelyabinsk.
In 1989 graduated with honors from the Chelyabinsk Polytechnic Institute, specialization in robototronics, diploma qualification in electrical engineering.
From 1989 to 1991 has undertaken postgraduate training program at the Department of Engineering Economics of the Chelyabinsk Polytechnic Institute.
In 1991 founded a wholesale and retail company engaged in export and import operations. Fluent in spoken English.
In 1995-1998 has graduated from the Ural Academy of Public Administration with a degree in law.
In 1998 invested in the creation of a manufacturing company. The company designs and manufactures motor control centers, co-author of an invention patent.
In 2002 became a founding member of All-Russian Non-Governmental Organization of Small and Medium Business “OPORA RUSSIA”.
In 2005 was elected Chairman of the Chelyabinsk regional office of “OPORA RUSSIA”.
In 2007 was elected to the Board of “OPORA RUSSIA”.
In 2012 was elected first Vice-President of “OPORA RUSSIA” on energy, infrastructure and cluster policy.
Since 2013 – member of the Government Commission on Electric Power Development.
In 2013 was elected Co-Chairman of the Staff of the Chelyabinsk regional branch of the All-Russian Public Movement “People's Front” for Russia!”
Since 2014 – member of the Board of Directors of JSC “ROSSETI” (June 2014), member of the Board of Directors of RAO “UES” (August 2014).
October 29, 2014 was elected President of All-Russian Non-Governmental Organization of Small and Medium Business “OPORA RUSSIA” and Non-Profit Partnership “OPORA”
Awarded with certificates of acknowledgement of the Presidential Administration, Government of the Russian Federation, Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation, Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation, Governor of the Chelyabinsk Region, Legislative Assembly of the Chelyabinsk region.
Alexey
Kudrin
Chairman of the Board, Center for Strategic Research Foundation; Deputy Chairman, Economic Council under the President of the Russian Federation
Chairman of the Board, Center for Strategic Research Foundation; Deputy Chairman, Economic Council under the President of the Russian Federation
In April 2016, became the Head of the Centre for Strategic Development and the Chairman of the Presidential Economic Council.
April 2012 – Chairman, Committee of Civil Initiatives.
Dean, Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Saint Petersburg State University.
2000-2011 – Minister of Finance of the Russian Federation.
2000-2003 and 2008-2011 – Deputy Chairman, Government of the Russian Federation.
A number of times, experts voted Mr. Kudrin the best minister of finance in Europe and in the world.
Early 1990-s – chaired: Committee for Economic Reform, Executive Committee, Leningrad Council; Committee for Leningrad Free Entrepreneurship Zone, Committee for Economic Development and Main Financial Directorate (later Financial Committee), Saint Petersburg City Hall.
1996 – Deputy Chief, Presidential Administration; Head of the Main Control Directorate for the President of the Russian Federation.
1997 – First Deputy Minister of Finance,
1983 – graduated from School of Economics, Leningrad State University, majoring in Economics.
1987 – PhD in Economics.
Was employed with the Institute of Social and Economic Problems under the USSR Academy of Sciences. Authored over 30 research papers on economics and finance.
Nonna
Materkova
Founder, Creative Industries Support Foundation “Creative Practives”
Founder, Creative Industries Support Foundation “Creative Practives”
Holds a Masters in Economics and Finance from St Petersburg University. Has been awarded Yeltsin and British Council Scholarships. Studied at the London School of Economics. Nonna led the Department of Major Investment Projects within the Finance Committee of St Petersburg. She worked on the first eurobond issuance in the City of St Petersburg and EBRD Financial Credibility Programme and with numerous other international financial institutions.
In 2009 Nonna set up Calvert 22 Foundation, the UK's first not-for-profit institution dedicated to supporting the contemporary culture and creativity of the New East: Eastern Europe, the Balkans, Russia and Central Asia.
The foundation is active in three main areas: art and culture, digital media and research. Nonna oversees all of the foundation’s activities including its exhibitions and events space in Shoreditch, the award-winning online magazine The Calvert Journal and a number of projects focused on research and policy for the creative industries of the region.
Nonna also leads on the foundation’s workshop and professional acceleration programmes for young entrepreneurs working in the creative industries of the New East. She is the founder of Calvert Forum, a think-tank for the New East, focused on research and policy for the creative industries of the region. Organised in collaboration with regional governments, the Forum was launched in St Petersburg (2013), followed by editions in Voronezh (2014), Kazan (2015) and Siberia (Nov 2017).
In 2016 Nonna led on the launch of the Creative Capital Index, a large-scale project developed in partnership with PwC Russia. The practical purpose of the Index is to evaluate and compare Russia’s most dynamic cities in terms of their prospects for economic modernisation and their investment appeal.
Nonna has also devised Makers of Siberia, a mentorship programme established to support young Siberian entrepreneurs to innovate and promote their creative work internationally.
Liu
Sini
Director of Community, Startup Sauna
Director of Community, Startup Sauna
Viktor
Skuratov
Founder, Skuratov Coffee
Founder, Skuratov Coffee
Front row participants:
Artem
Elmuratov
Head of Business Development, Genotek
Head of Business Development, Genotek
Nikolay
Kuzyakov
Director for Development, Vanyushkiny Sladosti Ltd.
Director for Development, Vanyushkiny Sladosti Ltd.
Nikolay Kuzyakov is a cofounder of Vanyushkiny Sladosti Group. He’s been developing confectionary business in Penza for over a decade. This is a family business that employs hundreds of people, holds sites of thousands square meters and makes tons of products. Nikolay Kuzyakov earned his first million at the age of 18, and at the age of 19 he created a company that later reached significant manufacturing capacities. Vanyushkiny Sladosti are sold in 35 000 stores. And the confectionary factory can boast over 1 000 tons of produce a month.
Vanyushkiny Sladosti Group includes: agricultural facilities, a confectionary production, food service and online sales. The company’s products are sold in 75 regions of Russia, as well as in Kazakhstan, Belorussia, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, China, Germany and Israel. Its brands are represented in the following retailers: Magnit, Spar, Pyatyorochka, GiperGlobus, Monetka, Metro, Billa, Perekryostok, Karusel, Zaodno, Auchan etc. Vanyushkiny Sladosti is the leading confectionary business in the Volga Region. And all of it started with an idea. Idea + Patience + Resilience + Goals + Team = Success.
Winner of the Young Entrepreneur of Russia Contest in 2012-2013.
Winner of EY International Competition of Young Entrepreneurs in 2015.
Member, Youth Government of Penza Oblast. Youth Minister of Economy.
Member, Public Council under the Ministry of Economy.
Chairman, Opora Rossii’s Youth Committee in Penza Oblast.
Alexander
Rudik
Head of the Committee for Professional Education and Training, Delovaya Rossiya (Business Russia)
Head of the Committee for Professional Education and Training, Delovaya Rossiya (Business Russia)
Entrepreneur, professional investor, co-founder of a number of educational projects, a public figure, the father of six children. Chairman of the Public and Business Council at the project committee on the strategic direction of the Russian Federation's development "Education". Head of the Committee on professional education and training of the All Russia Public Organization "Business Russia".
Founder and president of the investment company Nova Capital.
Founder and president of Proobraz, a fund and a management company in the education sphere. Co-founder of a number of educational (mel.fm, Maximum, Castle Quiz) and public projects.
17:40–19:00
Conference hall 3.6
Young Enterprise Day The Role of Young People in Shaping the Economy of the Future The world is now on the verge of a fourth industrial revolution, set to completely change the way we live, work and communicate. This name has been...
The world is now on the verge of a fourth industrial revolution, set to completely change the way we live, work and communicate. This name has been given to the current era of innovations, where advanced technologies are rapidly and radically transforming entire sectors of the economy.
In shaping this future economy, there will inevitably be great changes for all involved in global politics, from the private to the public sector, as well as changes in the academic world and in society itself. Across the world, young people are the driving force behind innovation; they are the stimulus for putting new initiatives into practice, they contribute new ideas and energy, and they have enormous intellectual potential. The value of youth in the modern world is also rising due to the growing importance of the education and professional skills necessary in the context of a scientific and technological revolution.
Key issues:
• Young people and the fourth industrial revolution
• Focus on digital technologies
• Re-shaping business models
• Employment market management
• How do young people contribute to shaping the economy of the future?
Moderator:
Yekaterina
Dragunova
Deputy Head, Federal Agency for Youth Affairs (Rosmolodezh)
Deputy Head, Federal Agency for Youth Affairs (Rosmolodezh)
Panellists:
Elena
Bocherova
Vice President, Head of the Executive Committee, Delovaya Rossiya (Business Russia)
Vice President, Head of the Executive Committee, Delovaya Rossiya (Business Russia)
1985.07.18, Lipetsk, Russian Federation. HIGHER EDUCATION: Lipetsk State Technical University, course "Applied Mathematics". WORK EXPERIENCE: 2015 till pres. – Vice-President, Head of the Executive Committee of the All-Russian public organization "BUSINESS RUSSIA"; 2012 till pres. – Business ombudsman “Youth entrepreneurship”; 2013 to 2015 - Deputy Director of “Young Professionals” at the Agency for Strategic Initiatives (ASI). Co-organizer of “FORESIGHT FLEET 2013", “FORESIGHT FLEET 2015”, cofounder of “National competence system and qualifications” road map; 2012 to 2013 - Deputy Director of the Federal Agency for Youth Affairs; 2011 to 2015 - Chairman - Subcommittee “Youth entrepreneurship development” into the Committee “Private entrepreneurship, SME development”; 2006 to 2012 - deputy of Lipetsk Regional Council of IV and V convocations ("United Russia" political faction); 2009 to 2012- Head of the Federal program "You are the entrepreneur" Federal Agency for Youth Affairs; 2010, 2011. - Organizer of All-Russian competition YOUNG ENTREPRENEUR OF RUSSIA; 2010, 2011 - Co-organizer INTERNATIONAL YOUTH ECONOMIC FORUM (SPIEF); 2009, 2010, 2011 - Head of “YOU - THE ENTREPRENEUR” session of the National Youth Educational Forum SELIGER; 2006 to 2009 - Head of ENTREPRENEURSHIP YOUTH SCHOOL project. The project received approval of Prime Minister Vladimir Putin in 2009. Then it was transformed into comprehensive program “Youth involvement in the business”
Alexander
Bugaev
Head, Federal Agency for Youth Affairs (Rosmolodezh)
Head, Federal Agency for Youth Affairs (Rosmolodezh)
Born April 24, 1980 in Moscow
Education
In 2002 Graduated Moscow State Agricultural Engineering University named after V.P. Goryachkin with a degree in Engineering. Simultaneously attended military classes in the same university, received the rank of the Lieutenant in the Reserve.
In 2005 had his thesis defense, received PhD in Technical Sciences.
In 2006 attended leadership training courses at VSHU.
In 2010 graduated Moscow State Academy of State and Municipal Management in State and Municipal Management.
In 2013 graduated RANEPA in Sociology and Management.
Work and Civic Activity
2002 – 2003 – curator for the Central Federal District of the executive committee of the Molodezhnoe Edinstvo LLC
2003 – 2004 – head of technology testing for Center of Information Technologies at State Agricultural Engineering University
2004 – 2008 – head of IT at the Center of Information Technologies at State Agricultural Engineering University
2005 – 2013 – senior assistant professor at the Machinery Reliability department at State Agricultural Engineering University
2007 – 2009 – Doctorate student at State Agricultural Engineering University
2007 – 2010 – head of education department of Moscow Department of Family and Youth Policy
2010 – 2011 – head of Sozvezdie Center at the Moscow Department of Family and Youth Policy
2011 – 2012 – head of Department of Family and Youth Policy at the North-Western District of Moscow
2012 – 2014 – deputy head of Prefecture of the South-Western District of Moscow
2014 – 2015 – deputy head of the Federal Youth Agency (Rosmolodezh)
2015 – 2017 – head of analytics, head of the regional cooperation department of the Siberian and Far Eastern Federal Regions on internal policy
Since 2017 – head of Federal Youth Agency
Family
Married, has a son
Alexander
Kalinin
President, All-Russian Non-Governmental Organization of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses Opora Russia
President, All-Russian Non-Governmental Organization of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses Opora Russia
Born on November 4, 1966 in the city of Chelyabinsk.
In 1989 graduated with honors from the Chelyabinsk Polytechnic Institute, specialization in robototronics, diploma qualification in electrical engineering.
From 1989 to 1991 has undertaken postgraduate training program at the Department of Engineering Economics of the Chelyabinsk Polytechnic Institute.
In 1991 founded a wholesale and retail company engaged in export and import operations. Fluent in spoken English.
In 1995-1998 has graduated from the Ural Academy of Public Administration with a degree in law.
In 1998 invested in the creation of a manufacturing company. The company designs and manufactures motor control centers, co-author of an invention patent.
In 2002 became a founding member of All-Russian Non-Governmental Organization of Small and Medium Business “OPORA RUSSIA”.
In 2005 was elected Chairman of the Chelyabinsk regional office of “OPORA RUSSIA”.
In 2007 was elected to the Board of “OPORA RUSSIA”.
In 2012 was elected first Vice-President of “OPORA RUSSIA” on energy, infrastructure and cluster policy.
Since 2013 – member of the Government Commission on Electric Power Development.
In 2013 was elected Co-Chairman of the Staff of the Chelyabinsk regional branch of the All-Russian Public Movement “People's Front” for Russia!”
Since 2014 – member of the Board of Directors of JSC “ROSSETI” (June 2014), member of the Board of Directors of RAO “UES” (August 2014).
October 29, 2014 was elected President of All-Russian Non-Governmental Organization of Small and Medium Business “OPORA RUSSIA” and Non-Profit Partnership “OPORA”
Awarded with certificates of acknowledgement of the Presidential Administration, Government of the Russian Federation, Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation, Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation, Governor of the Chelyabinsk Region, Legislative Assembly of the Chelyabinsk region.
Muslim
Muslimov
Entrepreneur; Founder, Clinic No. 1 network of medical centres
Entrepreneur; Founder, Clinic No. 1 network of medical centres
Maksim
Parshin
Director, Department for Small and Medium-sized Business and Competition, Ministry for Economic Development of the Russian Federation
Director, Department for Small and Medium-sized Business and Competition, Ministry for Economic Development of the Russian Federation
Born on July 23, 1976 in Mytishchi, Moscow Region.
In 1998, Mr. Parhin graduated from Moscow State University and, in 2001, he completed a post-graduate course. In 2008, he graduated from the International Institute of International Business under the Russian Foreign Trade Academy (MBA).
2002–2013: deputy division director, division director and then deputy department director at the Russian Ministry for Economic Development.
2013: He was appointed Deputy General Director of FSUE Mail of Russia.
2014–2015: Deputy Director, Federal Service for Labour and Employment.
Since January 2015: Director of the Department for Small and Medium-sized Business and Competition, Russian Ministry for Economic Development.
Mr. Parshin has been awarded the Diploma of Honour by the Russian Government.
Ivan
Fedotov
Director, Association of Innovative Regions of Russia (AIRR)
Director, Association of Innovative Regions of Russia (AIRR)
Director, AIRR, Vice Rector, RANEPA
Born on April 11, 1978 in Moscow.
In 2000 he graduated from the Academy of National Economy under the Government of the Russian Federation (ANE). He defended his thesis in 2004. He was conferred the degree of Candidate of Economic Sciences. In 2007, he received the title of Associate Professor.
Experience:
2001-2002: Executive Director, “International Investment Symposium” Center of ANE.
2002-2004: research fellow, “Investment Management School” Center of ANE.
2004-2007: Deputy Dean, the Faculty “School of Economics of Land Markets” of ANE.
2007-2009: Vice-Dean, the Faculty of Economics of Real Estate, ANE.
2006-2008: leader of the Innovative Educational Program in the framework of the National Priority Project “Education”.
2009 till present: Vice-rector, RANEPA.
Since 2010: Director, the Gaidar Forum – the annual international applied research conference in the sphere of economics.
2012: he supervised the development of socio-economic strategy in Russia up to 2020 (Strategy 2020) on behalf of RANEPA.
2016 till present: Director, the Association of Innovative Regions of Russia.
Fluent in English and French. Awarded with the Medal of the Second Class Order For Merit to the Fatherland.
Married, brings up a son.
Andrey
Sharov
Vice-President – Head of GR Department, Sberbank
Vice-President – Head of GR Department, Sberbank
Born November 1, 1971. Graduated from Krasnoyarsk State University in 1994 and the Russian Civil Service Academy under the President of the Russian Federation in 1997. CSc (Law).Career1994: leading specialist, chief specialist of the legal department, Administration of Krasnoyarsk.1995–1996: leading specialist, chief specialist, head of department, Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation.1996–2002: specialist expert, consultant, counsel of the Human Resource Department of the President of the Russian Federation (Presidential Executive Office).2002–2004: head of Civil Service Administration, Ministry of Economic Development of Russia.2004–2009: Director, Department of State Regulation of the Economy, Ministry of Economic Development of Russia.2009–2010: Director, Department for Development of Small and Medium Enterprises and Competition, Ministry of Economic Development of Russia.December 7, 2010: appointed Director, Department of State Governance, Regional Development and Local Government, Government Executive Office.May–November 2012: Vice Governor, Chairman of the Moscow Region Government.Since January 2014: Vice President, Head of Small Business Development Department, Sberbank of Russia.
Front row participants:
Oleg
Zorya
Head, All-Russian Project "Urban Renovations" All-Russia Public Organization "Students of Russia"
Head, All-Russian Project "Urban Renovations" All-Russia Public Organization "Students of Russia"
Evgeniy
Larionov
Entrepreneur and Investor; Owner, Ex Libris (Media Research Agency); Founder, Nationwide Coffee House Chain Coffee and the City; Partner, Kernite Capital; Co-Founder, Experum Project
Entrepreneur and Investor; Owner, Ex Libris (Media Research Agency); Founder, Nationwide Coffee House Chain Coffee and the City; Partner, Kernite Capital; Co-Founder, Experum Project