Programme 2019

February 13
08:30–09:30
Conference hall 6
Young Enterprise Day Networking Our connections are among our most important resources, and are essential for development. The key objective for partner organizations is to help young entrepreneurs meet the right people and make promising contacts. The event programme offers a u...
Our connections are among our most important resources, and are essential for development. The key objective for partner organizations is to help young entrepreneurs meet the right people and make promising contacts. The event programme offers a unique blend of managed networking and education. A number of well-known entrepreneurs will take part in the networking session.
10:00–18:00
Federal Agency for Youth Affairs Stand
Young Enterprise Day Mentors’ Lounge for Entrepreneurs and Specialists The problems faced by young people include seeking out and attracting investment, wrong choices with respect to goals and strategies, the absence of a clear plan and a loss of focus, poor resource management, a lack of understanding of their clien...
The problems faced by young people include seeking out and attracting investment, wrong choices with respect to goals and strategies, the absence of a clear plan and a loss of focus, poor resource management, a lack of understanding of their clients’ needs, difficulties with scaling up their projects, weak use of technology, the absence of a global vision, ineffective marketing and PR, limited access to capital, the failure to make the necessary contacts, and many other issues and mistakes that prevent them from developing their businesses and achieving the results they want. Books, articles, courses, and educational programmes form a system of knowledge, but do not give young entrepreneurs the opportunity to see themselves and their business through the eyes of others or to determine exactly what action to take in concrete situations. Assistance with diagnosing problems can only be provided by more experienced mentors, and by the environment in which the young person finds themselves.
Panellists:
Artyom
Androsov
Member of the High Council, United Russia All-Russian Political Party
Member of the High Council, United Russia All-Russian Political Party
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.
Yevgeny
Zapotylok
Chief Executive Officer, Formula Advertising
Chief Executive Officer, Formula Advertising
Oleg
Kuzmin
Executive Vice President, BVMW Russland
Executive Vice President, BVMW Russland
Evgeniy
Larionov
Owner, Ex Libris; Co-founder, Experum
Owner, Ex Libris; Co-founder, Experum
Igor
Mgeladze
Founder, MG Capital
Founder, MG Capital
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”
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
10:00–11:30
Social Impact Lounge, 2nd floor, exhibition pavilion 2
Young Enterprise Day Social Enterprise Project Lab The objective of the Social Enterprise Project Lab is to come up with proposals for the development of social enterprise projects based on presentations of existing projects by the winners of the Russian national Best Social Project of the Year co...
The objective of the Social Enterprise Project Lab is to come up with proposals for the development of social enterprise projects based on presentations of existing projects by the winners of the Russian national Best Social Project of the Year competition. The key feature of this foresight session will be group work using technology for immersion in situational working models. The main results produced by the project groups will take the form of models for the subsequent development and promotion of existing social enterprise projects. By taking part in the Social Enterprise Project Lab, participants in the foresight session will gain knowledge about social enterprise, together with the opportunity to talk to the creators of real social enterprise projects and experience in project and team work.
Session will continue 14:30 - 16:00
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:
Irina
Abramova
Chairman of the Commission on Industry, Entrepreneurship, Agribusiness, Fiscal and Tax Policy, and Natural Resource and Ecology Issues, Civic Chamber of the Republic of Bashkortostan
Chairman of the Commission on Industry, Entrepreneurship, Agribusiness, Fiscal and Tax Policy, and Natural Resource and Ecology Issues, Civic Chamber of the Republic of Bashkortostan
Milena
Arslanova
Director, Investment Policy and Entrepreneurship Development Department, Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation
Director, Investment Policy and Entrepreneurship Development Department, Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation
Yuliya
Zhigulina
Managing Director, Our Future Foundation for Regional Social Programmes
Managing Director, Our Future Foundation for Regional Social Programmes
Oksana
Kozyreva
Head, Altai Territory Centre for Innovations in the Social Sphere
Head, Altai Territory Centre for Innovations in the Social Sphere
Ms Kozyreva came to social entrepreneurship with the administrative and managerial background; she is a certified social entrepreneurship trainer. In the Altai Centre, together with trainers and experts, she has developed more than 200 projects. More than 250 entrepreneurs and individuals received social entrepreneurship training. She closely collaborates with federal and regional experts and associations.
The Russian competition titled ‘Best Social Project of the Year 2017’ recognised her as the best manager of the Centre for Social Innovation (CSI). Social entrepreneurs of the region annually become winners of this competition in major categories.
Fedor
Murachkovskiy
Co-founder, General Director, Planeta.ru
Co-founder, General Director, Planeta.ru
Born in Moscow in 1977. In 2000 graduated Moscow State Academy of Water Transport with a degree in Law, hold a PhD in economics. Worked at the Gohran of Russia as a law specialist, work in commerce and big companies, such as development positions in retail chains Moscow Jewelry Factory, Rosinter, Karusel hyper-markets. In 2009 cofounded and started to helm Planeta.ru, Russia’s biggest crowd-funding platform. The platform launched in 2012. Initially started as a way to battle piracy in music, it eventually outgrew its initial purpose and became a profitable resource. Currently, there are over 23 categories of projects, stretching from artistic ideas to business projects. Planeta.ru team helped carry out over 2700 projects with a total amount of collectd funds exceeding 770 million rubles.
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
Evgeniya
Telitsina
Executive Director, Towards Change Foundation
Executive Director, Towards Change Foundation
Svetlana
Engel
President, Municipal Non-Commercial Fund for the Support of Small Enterprise in Kemerovo City
President, Municipal Non-Commercial Fund for the Support of Small Enterprise in Kemerovo City
10:00–11:30
Conference hall 3
Young Enterprise Day Mind the Gap – The Generation Gap in the Labour Market as an Obstacle to the Development of the Russian Economy The values of Generation Y and their impressions of the labour market and of their place within it today could become one of the key factors hindering the development of the Russian economy. The differences between this generation and the precedin...
The values of Generation Y and their impressions of the labour market and of their place within it today could become one of the key factors hindering the development of the Russian economy. The differences between this generation and the preceding one are quite clear – particularly with respect to their attitudes to work and career strategies. Research indicates that young people are not prepared to take risks and do not consider private entrepreneurship to be a possible direction for them, and this could potentially lead to a reduction in the share of private entrepreneurship within the Russian economy. Neither do young people demonstrate a desire to work as employees, however. This is to a large extent connected with the characteristic traits of this generation, which include a desire to occupy executive positions without possessing the corresponding skills, an overinflated assessment of their own abilities, unrealistic expectations, and an inability to concentrate on the same project or task for a long period of time. At the same time, the unwillingness of current employers to take these generational features into account is also a problem. Moreover, as businesses develop and grow, their requirements diversify and expand, and it becomes increasingly difficult for them to employ members of Generation Y. As such, the demands and expectations of candidates and employers with respect to each other are only growing. How can this problem be solved? How can the gap between candidates and employers be reduced and common ground identified?
Key issues:
• Problems with young people’s adaptation to the labour market
• The specifics of Generation Y’s approach to career motivation and selecting a career development path
• Employers’ expectations and impressions of Generation Y
• Successful practices for collaboration between employers and Generation Y
• Corporate training opportunities
Moderator:
Valeria
Kasamara
Vice Rector, National Research University Higher School of Economics
Vice Rector, National Research University Higher School of Economics
Panellists:
Marina
Maximenkova
Expert, Laboratory for Political Studies; Lecturer, Faculty of Social Sciences, National Research University Higher School of Economics
Expert, Laboratory for Political Studies; Lecturer, Faculty of Social Sciences, National Research University Higher School of Economics
Yulia
Skokova
Junior Research Fellow, Laboratory for Political Studies, National Research University Higher School of Economics
Junior Research Fellow, Laboratory for Political Studies, National Research University Higher School of Economics
Anna
Sorokina
Associate Professor, Leading Research Fellow, Faculty of Social Sciences, Laboratory for Political Studies, National Research University Higher School of Economics
Associate Professor, Leading Research Fellow, Faculty of Social Sciences, Laboratory for Political Studies, National Research University Higher School of Economics
10:00–11:30
Conference hall 6
Young Enterprise Day Volunteering as an Investment in the Country’s Future 2018 was declared the Year of the Volunteer in Russia. One key outcome of this was the creation of the infrastructure required to further develop the movement and increase the number of citizens engaging in volunteering to 14 million. A federal pr...
2018 was declared the Year of the Volunteer in Russia. One key outcome of this was the creation of the infrastructure required to further develop the movement and increase the number of citizens engaging in volunteering to 14 million. A federal programme entitled ‘Social Activism’ was drawn up: an action plan covering the period through to 2024 which tackles volunteer mobility and the promotion of volunteering, regional subsidies, training courses, and much more.
Key issues:
• The ‘Social Activism’ federal project as the Year of the Volunteer’s legacy
• The contribution of volunteers in key areas of national development
• The socio-economic impact of volunteering
Moderator:
Vadim
Kovalev
First Deputy Executive Director, Russian Managers Association
First Deputy Executive Director, Russian Managers Association
Born on May 9, 1984 in Moscow. Vadim Kovalyov graduated from the Law School of the Russian Law Academy of the Ministry of Justice, majoring in law, and the School of History, Political Science and Law, majoring in Public Relations. Mr. Kovalyov’s professional background involves executive agencies and non-profit organizations. He is a lecturer at the Russian University of Economics and Moscow State Institute of International Relations. Vadim Kovalyov is a member of Moscow City Public Chamber, the Chairman of the Commission on Employment Assistance for Graduates (Youth Council, Ministry of Science and Education) and a member of the Federal Expert Council on Volunteering. Mr. Kovalyov initiative helped creating the National Council for Corporate Volunteering. He organized volunteer assistance to the aggrieved people of Krasnodar Region, the Far East, Syria and the refugees from the South-Eastern part of Ukraine.
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
Yekaterina
Dragunova
Chairperson, Moscow Committee on Public Relations and Youth Policy
Chairperson, Moscow Committee on Public Relations and Youth Policy
Olga
Zakharova
Deputy General Director, Agency for Strategic Initiatives to Promote New Projects
Deputy General Director, Agency for Strategic Initiatives to Promote New Projects
Mikhail
Mamuta
Head of Service for Protection of Consumer Rights and Ensuring the Availability of Financial Services, Member of the Board of Directors, Central Bank of the Russian Federation
Head of Service for Protection of Consumer Rights and Ensuring the Availability of Financial Services, Member of the Board of Directors, Central Bank of the Russian Federation
Artem
Metelev
Chairman of the Council, Association of Volunteer Centers; Member of the Public Chamber of the Russian Federation
Chairman of the Council, Association of Volunteer Centers; Member of the Public Chamber of the Russian Federation
Was born on August 11, 1993 in Moscow.
In 2015 he graduated from the State University of Management, specializing in "Organization Management".
Since 2016 he has been leading the working group on the preparation of the Concept for the Development of Cooperation among the CIS Countries to Support the Youth Volunteer Movement.
The aim of this work is to form high-quality partnership between public organizations of the CIS countries for the purpose of their friendship and cooperation. At the moment, the Concept is developed and is at the approval of the Heads of Governments of the CIS member states.
Since March 2016 to present he heads the Association of Volunteer Centers, holding the position of the Chairman of the Council.
Metelev Artem P. is the Deputy Head of the Directorate for the Year
of Volunteer in the Russian Federation.
The high appreciation of Artem P. Metelev’s contribution was expressed by his appointment as a member of the Public Chamber of the Russian Federation by the Decree of the President of Russia in March 2017.
Timur
Safin
Head, All-Russian Charity Project "Dream With Me"
Head, All-Russian Charity Project "Dream With Me"
Lev
Jakobson
Vice President, National Research University Higher School of Economics
Vice President, National Research University Higher School of Economics
10:00–11:30
Conference hall 14 (Tolstoy)
Young Enterprise Day Best Practices in Modern Sustainable Cities Development In an era of rapid urbanization and paradigm shifts in global development, the international community is seeking best practices for achieving sustainable urban development in both developed and developing countries. In order to make urban agglome...
In an era of rapid urbanization and paradigm shifts in global development, the international community is seeking best practices for achieving sustainable urban development in both developed and developing countries. In order to make urban agglomerations sustainable, it is important to study and widely apply best practices (both Russian and global) and lessons learned from specific projects aimed at improving the contemporary urban environment. Another, no less important, issue for the socioeconomic development of the cities of the future relates to young people’s choice of profession and cultivation of the skills they need to advance successfully and follow their personal growth trajectories. What projects might help us to achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals (particularly Goal 11 on sustainable cities)? Could they be implemented in Russia’s major cities? Which professions will be in demand for developing the cities of the future? A roadmap will be drawn up for implementing the projects discussed at the session, and an international community, Friends of Cities, will be launched to share best practices with the ultimate aim of facilitating future collaboration.
Moderator:
Roman
Chukov
Chairman of the Board, Russian Center for Promotion of International Initiatives; Assistant to Youth Policy Director, Roscongress Foundation
Chairman of the Board, Russian Center for Promotion of International Initiatives; Assistant to Youth Policy Director, Roscongress Foundation
Panellists:
Elena
Bocherova
Executive Director, Acronis-Infoprotect
Executive Director, Acronis-Infoprotect
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”
Yemi
Babington-Ashaye
President, United People Global; Member of the Youth Skills and Innovation Commission, Global Business Coalition for Education
President, United People Global; Member of the Youth Skills and Innovation Commission, Global Business Coalition for Education
Tatiana
Zhuravleva
Head of 100 Cities Project, Urban Competence Centre, Agency for Strategic Initiatives to Promote New Projects
Head of 100 Cities Project, Urban Competence Centre, Agency for Strategic Initiatives to Promote New Projects
Ekaterina
Letunovskaya
Vice President, Habidatum
Vice President, Habidatum
Rishabh
Sethi
International Director, BRICS International Forum
International Director, BRICS International Forum
Front row participant:
Halit
Ünver
Research Fellow, Institute for Applied Knowledge Processing
Research Fellow, Institute for Applied Knowledge Processing
10:00–11:30
Conference hall 15 (Dostoyevsky)
Young Enterprise Day The Cybersports Industry as a Development Path for the IT Industry The size of the computer games market in the Russian Federation has reached significant heights in recent years: Russia is now home to more than 65 million gamers who spend around USD 1.7 billion every year, making the Russian computer games marke...
The size of the computer games market in the Russian Federation has reached significant heights in recent years: Russia is now home to more than 65 million gamers who spend around USD 1.7 billion every year, making the Russian computer games market the eleventh largest in the world. It is clear that the computer games sector, and indeed all sectors involved in the process, including developers as well as producers of computer equipment and peripheral computer devices, are of considerable importance to the Russian economy. This discussion panel will hear from speakers representing executive and legislative bodies, the industry community, and producers and developers of computer games and associated devices, with the objective of developing a road map to offer support to the domestic computer games industry.
Moderator:
Stanislav
Surovtsev
Head of Youth Policy Department, Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO University)
Head of Youth Policy Department, Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO University)
Panellists:
Roman
Dvoryankin
General Manager, Virtus.pro
General Manager, Virtus.pro
Since 2016, Roman Dvoryankin has been the General Manager of Virtus.pro, the oldest and one of the largest esports clubs in the CIS.
His career began in 2006 at the Moscow office of Adidas, where he was in charge of sports marketing and relations with key clubs, federations, and athletes. Between 2008 and 2012, he worked at the Kontinental Hockey League, where he developed KHL’s commercial potential in the areas of merchandising, online retail, and ticket sales. From 2012 to 2015, Roman worked at the leading international sports marketing holding CSM; he took part in developing and implementing corporate hospitality programs at the Sochi Olympics, the 2014 football World Cup in Brazil, and the Formula 1 Grand Prix. He was the marketing director of HC Spartak Moscow for the 2015/16 season.
Dmitry
Kolobov
Director of the Department for Development of Manufacturing of Socially Important Goods, Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation
Director of the Department for Development of Manufacturing of Socially Important Goods, Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation
Aleksandr
Prokopyev
Deputy of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation, Member of the Committee on Physical Culture, Sport, Tourism, and Youth Affairs
Deputy of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation, Member of the Committee on Physical Culture, Sport, Tourism, and Youth Affairs
Dmitry
Smith
President of the Russian eSports Federation (ReSF Russia)
President of the Russian eSports Federation (ReSF Russia)
Viktoria
Tarantina
General Manager, iRU
General Manager, iRU
Front row participants:
Olga
Ocheretina
Public Relations Director, Pochta Bank
Public Relations Director, Pochta Bank
Maxim
Stepanov
Development Director, Red Square Gaming
Development Director, Red Square Gaming
10:00–14:00
Federal Agency for Youth Affairs Stand
Young Enterprise Day Design Session: Synergy between Support Institutes and Young Business Leaders – Myth or New Opportunities? The national goals for developing small and medium entrepreneurship set out by the President of the Russian Federation and included in the SMEs and Support for Individual Entrepreneurial Initiative project pose a challenge for executive authoritie...
The national goals for developing small and medium entrepreneurship set out by the President of the Russian Federation and included in the SMEs and Support for Individual Entrepreneurial Initiative project pose a challenge for executive authorities, development institutes, infrastructure support organizations, and public entrepreneurial associations. Achieving good outcomes over the long term will require synergy, with stakeholders joining forces and agreeing plans of action at the federal and regional levels. Throughout history, breakthrough ideas and results have most commonly been produced by young, aspiring leaders with a fresh outlook who are prepared to think outside the box, set and achieve ambitious goals, and join forces to reach shared outcomes. Session participants will include young entrepreneurs and opinion leaders, economic development ministers and the heads of organizations providing infrastructure support to entrepreneurs, and representatives from development institutes and public entrepreneurial associations. Together, they will come up with a strategy for pooling their efforts and resources in order to meet the targets set out in the national project. During this session on design thinking technology, participants will work together to come up with a strategy for pooling the efforts and resources of government and business to achieve the national project targets in the regions.
Moderator:
Alexey
Grishchenko
Deputy Director, Business Environment JSC
Deputy Director, Business Environment JSC
12:00–13:30
Conference hall 13 (Pushkin)
Young Enterprise Day The Digital World Is Already Here! Are You Ready? Mobility, robotization, big data, artificial intelligence – these are no longer trends, but things that we are already living with. Humans are gradually making the move from the natural environment into an artificial one – the digital world. The u...
Mobility, robotization, big data, artificial intelligence – these are no longer trends, but things that we are already living with. Humans are gradually making the move from the natural environment into an artificial one – the digital world. The use of digital technologies has become a precondition for competitiveness and development in the service sector. Innovations in the digital sphere are today becoming an irreplaceable tool, not only for improving efficiency within target industries, but also in everyday life. Today, it is not only corporations that are opting to go down the digital route, small and medium-sized businesses are, too. It is believed that, in our time, it is the digital world that is influencing and stimulating progress in the development of enterprise, the global economy, and social life. Is this the case?
Key issues:
• The potential of financial, political, and educational systems in a digital world
• The opportunities and risks of a global digital reorientation as we see them
• Are we ready for digital world? Our strengths and weaknesses.
Moderator:
Andrey
Shubin
Executive Director, All-Russian Non-Governmental Organization of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses OPORA RUSSIA
Executive Director, All-Russian Non-Governmental Organization of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses OPORA RUSSIA
Panellists:
Vadim
Zhivulin
Deputy Minister of Economic Development of the Russian Federation
Deputy Minister of Economic Development of the Russian Federation
Yulia
Michri
Co-owner, LEYB Creative Video Agency
Co-owner, LEYB Creative Video Agency
Maksim
Parshin
Deputy Minister of Digital Development, Communications and Mass Media of the Russian Federation
Deputy Minister of Digital Development, Communications and Mass Media 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. 2016–2018 — Head of the Department for the Development of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses and Competition of the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation. Maxim Parshin was awarded the Certificate of Honour of the Government of the Russian Federation. On August 16, 2018 was appointed to the position of Deputy Minister of Digital Development, Communications and Mass Media of the Russian Federation.
Dmitry
Samartsev
Director, BI.ZONE
Director, BI.ZONE
Dmitry Samartsev is a Chief Executive Officer of BI.ZONE LLC, the most innovative Russian cybersecurity company that deals in data mining, cybersecurity audit and forensic investigations. Being in tight cooperation with multiple global organizations, such as INTERPOL, World Economic Forum, SWIFT, etc., BI.ZONE plays an active role in the international cybersecurity arena. BI.ZONE-CERT is authorized by Carnegie Mellon University and as a member of FIRST organization collaborates with CERT teams all over the globe against exacerbating cybercrime threat. Mr. Samartsev was also a co-founder of Treatface Company, where he worked as a Director for Development before the creation of BI.ZONE LLC. Treatface is a technology company that develops and supplies advanced products and solutions, including Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) solutions for telecom operators and service-providers (SP), telecommunication networks monitoring and security systems, test instruments and systems for all kind of testing for telecommunication networks and network equipment. Prior to starting his own business, Dmitry Samartsev was a Vice-President for Technological Development in INLINE Technologies, member of INLINE Technologies
Group. INLINE Technologies is a versatile IT integrator, specializing in developing and implementing comprehensive solutions for wide automation of business tasks and activities
of enterprises and institutions. The company has been operating since 1999 and is now one of the leaders in system and business integration in Russia. In 2011 Dmitry Samartsev graduated from Moscow State Technological University
“STANKIN” with bachelor and master degrees in Engineering and Technology (Computer Science and Engineering). In 2016 Mr. Samartsev graduated from Diplomatic Academy of
Russian Foreign Ministry where he received a degree in Economics (World Economy).
Andrey
Sharov
Vice-President, Head of GR Directorate, Sberbank
Vice-President, Head of GR Directorate, 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.
14:00–16:30
Federal Agency for Youth Affairs Stand
Young Enterprise Day Business Game: A Model For Attracting Investment Regional Competitiveness 4.0: Approaches to Developing and Attracting Investment Today, attracting investment is among the key preconditions for achieving sustainable economic growth. Investments are making it possible to accelerate scientific and technological progress, improve quality and competitiveness in production, and d...
Today, attracting investment is among the key preconditions for achieving sustainable economic growth. Investments are making it possible to accelerate scientific and technological progress, improve quality and competitiveness in production, and develop the associated environment and infrastructure. At the same time, the investment attractiveness of a country to a large extent comprises a range of institutional factors, the majority of which are put in place and supported at a regional level. Those responsible for creating an attractive environment are regional government authorities, where the quality of staff is often one of the key conditions determining the effectiveness of work with investors. The young people’s model for attracting investment is a business game for students, young professionals, and entrepreneurs who are interested in investment policy, public–private partnerships, and the socio-economic development of the state. The model aims to engage young people in learning from the experience of Russia’s regions about attracting investment, creating competitive conditions for business, and developing and implementing socio-economic development strategies.
Aims of the model:
• To learn from the experience of Russia’s regions about attracting investment and developing innovative potential at a time of technological transition
• To analyse the strengths and weaknesses of regions, and the opportunities and threats presented by the fourth industrial revolution
• To form a comprehensive view among young people of current socio-economic development challenges
• To formulate proposals from young people about addressing the problems presently facing Russia’s regions, and to put forward a model for development that can tackle the challenges of the fourth industrial revolution
Moderator:
Alena
Dolgova
Chairman, Oeconomicus Economic Club
Chairman, Oeconomicus Economic Club
Panellists:
Sergey
Belyakov
President, Association of Non-State Pension Funds; Chairman of the Management Board, National Association of Investment and Development Agencies; Chairman of the Presidium, The Retail Companies Association
President, Association of Non-State Pension Funds; Chairman of the Management Board, National Association of Investment and Development Agencies; Chairman of the Presidium, The Retail Companies Association
Born June 26, 1973 in Moscow.
1998: graduated from the Academy of the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation in law.
1991–1993: served in the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, border guard troops
1993–1999: studied at the Academy of the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation; served in the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation
2001–2002: Adviser to the General Directorate of the Reforma International Foundation for Economic and Social Reforms
2002–2008: Chief Specialist, Department of External Relations, Adviser to Deputy General Director, Advisor at the Government and Public Organization Relations Division, OOO Basic Element
2005–2008: Aide to the President of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs, Deputy Department Director (part time)
2008–2009: Adviser to the Minister of Economic Development of the Russian Federation
2009–2012: Director of the Department for Investment Policy and Development of Public-Private Partnership at the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation
2012–2014: Deputy Minister of Economic Development of the Russian Federation
2014–2015: Chairman of the Board of the SPIEF Foundation
Since 2014: Adviser to the RDIF, Chairman of the Management Board of the National Association of Investment and Development Agencies (NAAIR)
Since 2016: President of the Association of Non-State Pension Funds
Since 2018: Chairman of the Presidium, The Retail Companies Association
Maya
Danilova
Minister of Economy, Republic of Sakha (Yakutia)
Minister of Economy, Republic of Sakha (Yakutia)
Viktor
Zhidkov
Chairman of the Management Board, Investment Bank Vesta Bank
Chairman of the Management Board, Investment Bank Vesta Bank
Anna
Makarenko
Senior Lecturer, MGIMO University
Senior Lecturer, MGIMO University
Alexander
Chebotarev
Vice President, State Development Corporation "VEB.RF"
Vice President, State Development Corporation "VEB.RF"
14:30–16:00
Conference hall 5
Young Enterprise Day Developing a Culture of Russian Entrepreneurship Objectives to increase the number of small and medium-sized businesses and make starting a business a more popular option have recently been set. In approaching these tasks, however, it is extremely important not to neglect the issue of the qualit...
Objectives to increase the number of small and medium-sized businesses and make starting a business a more popular option have recently been set. In approaching these tasks, however, it is extremely important not to neglect the issue of the quality of the entrepreneurial environment, and to give thought to the moral reference points that the entrepreneurial community will use to operate, and to what ethical and spiritual principles will be at the core of interactions between enterprise and society on one hand, and enterprise and government on the other. Do we have any traditions that we can use to guide us?
Key issues:
• What are the consequences of not knowing about the history of entrepreneurship in Russia?
• Could Pavel Tretyakov, Nikolay Alekseyev, the Ryabushinsky family, and the Khludov family provide reference points and challenges for modern Russian entrepreneurs?
• How can the names of prominent Russian entrepreneurs be made part of Russia’s national heritage once again?
Moderator:
Vladislav
Zhukovich
Deputy Chairman, Commission for Value-Based Entrepreneurship, All-Russian Non-Governmental Organization of Small and Medium Business OPORA RUSSIA
Deputy Chairman, Commission for Value-Based Entrepreneurship, All-Russian Non-Governmental Organization of Small and Medium Business OPORA RUSSIA
Panellists:
Artyom
Androsov
Member of the High Council, United Russia All-Russian Political Party
Member of the High Council, United Russia All-Russian Political Party
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.
Victor
Grishin
Rector, Plekhanov Russian University of Economics
Rector, Plekhanov Russian University of Economics
Anatoly
Zorin
Director, Russian Youth Business Assistance Center
Director, Russian Youth Business Assistance Center
Anatoly Zorin, Director of the Federal State Budget Organization ‘Russian Centre for Supporting Youth Entrepreneurship’.
Since 2015, Anatoly Zorin worked at the Regional Cooperation Analytical Department of the Federal Agency for Youth Affairs.
In 2017, he was appointed Director of FGBU ‘Russian Centre for Supporting Youth Entrepreneurship’.
Yelena
Lyapuntsova
Chairperson, Coordinating Council, League of University Professors Interregional Public Organization
Chairperson, Coordinating Council, League of University Professors Interregional Public Organization
Irina
Potekhina
Deputy Minister of Education of the Russian Federation
Deputy Minister of Education of the Russian Federation
Denis
von Meck
Representative of the Von Meck family, Entrepreneur, Collector, Public Figure
Representative of the Von Meck family, Entrepreneur, Collector, Public Figure
Olga
Churkova
Deputy Director, Museum of Entrepreneurs, Patrons and Benefactors
Deputy Director, Museum of Entrepreneurs, Patrons and Benefactors
Front row participant:
Andrey
Iliopulo
President, Novard Group of Companies
President, Novard Group of Companies
14:30–16:00
Conference hall 14 (Tolstoy)
Young Enterprise Day Attracting Investment into the Development of the Digital Economy in Russia – Successful Experiences of Early Investors The two major trends in the 21st-century economy are globalization and digitalization. The digitalization trend is only growing stronger, making it a promising area for investment. Amid the startup boom, business representatives are searching for ...
The two major trends in the 21st-century economy are globalization and digitalization. The digitalization trend is only growing stronger, making it a promising area for investment. Amid the startup boom, business representatives are searching for the most effective solutions to help them attract venture capital into Russia’s developing market. In response, our country is flinging its doors wide open to foreign entrepreneurs and investors. What path will the digitalization of the economy take as it develops? What prospects are already open to investors? What does the future hold for the development of blockchain technology? How can those seeking them attract foreign capital and technology to their business project?
Key issues:
• Prospects and opportunities for investors and entrepreneurs as the state economic digitalization programme is rolled out
• Blockchain technology as a tool for improving trust between parties in the future economy
• Presentation of the Russian national Blockchallenge Russia competition
• Developing IT infrastructure projects: successful case studies.
Moderator:
Tatyana
Seliverstova
Executive Chairman, Russian-Chinese Young Entrepreneurs Club
Executive Chairman, Russian-Chinese Young Entrepreneurs Club
Panellists:
Rasim
Galyamov
Minister of Economy of Omsk Region
Minister of Economy of Omsk Region
Mikhail
Derevyanko
Director, Future of Today
Director, Future of Today
Vladislav
Duplyakin
General Director, StartBlock
General Director, StartBlock
Boris
Zabavnikov
Chief Trader-Analyst, Blockchain Technology Start-Up Academy
Chief Trader-Analyst, Blockchain Technology Start-Up Academy
Sergey
Khristiani
Head, BlockChallenge Russia Project
Head, BlockChallenge Russia Project
Front row participant:
Aleksey
Ezhov
Creator, "International Youth Business Incubator" Project
Creator, "International Youth Business Incubator" Project
14:30–16:00
Conference hall 15 (Dostoyevsky)
Young Enterprise Day A Practical Track for IT Entrepreneurship Highly uncertain situations are a common feature of modern business. Established approaches to starting a business cannot guarantee results in an era of constant change. This is a truth encountered especially often by entrepreneurs implementing un...
Highly uncertain situations are a common feature of modern business. Established approaches to starting a business cannot guarantee results in an era of constant change. This is a truth encountered especially often by entrepreneurs implementing unusual, innovative ideas. Is it possible to reduce the risk of failure when embarking a new business project? This is a question long faced by IT startups, which operate in a rapidly changing, highly competitive market. Solutions have taken the form of new approaches to starting businesses and the rapid appraisal of business ideas, which are being successfully taught to ‘digital’ entrepreneurs by the Internet Initiatives Development Fund. This practical track will give participants the opportunity to try out one of the approaches practised in IT startups: customer development. This approach makes it possible to test the extent of demand for your business idea within a short period of time, and without the need for additional investment.
Moderators:
Vitaliy
Sattarov
General Director, Founder, Ubic
General Director, Founder, Ubic
Daria
Kharchenko
Head of Educational Development, Internet Initiatives Development Fund
Head of Educational Development, Internet Initiatives Development Fund
Elena
Chuyko
Project Manager, Educational Development Department, Internet Initiatives Development Fund
Project Manager, Educational Development Department, Internet Initiatives Development Fund
16:30–18:00
Conference hall 4
Young Enterprise Day Developing Young Enterprise in the Context of the National SMEs and Support for Individual Entrepreneurial Initiative Project The future of Russia and its overall development are dependent on the younger generation. Special attention is being paid to young enterprise as one of the main drivers in developing the economy of tomorrow.
Key issues:
• Federal and reg...
The future of Russia and its overall development are dependent on the younger generation. Special attention is being paid to young enterprise as one of the main drivers in developing the economy of tomorrow.
Key issues:
• Federal and regional support measures for young enterprise
• Fostering entrepreneurial thinking among different age groups
• Creating communities as a key tool for the development of young enterprise
• Experienced mentors as the key to success
• Creating an investment culture within society
• Entering international markets and broadening the horizons of young entrepreneurs
Moderator:
Artyom
Androsov
Member of the High Council, United Russia All-Russian Political Party
Member of the High Council, United Russia All-Russian Political Party
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:
Indie
Gogokhia
Founder, Genius Code
Founder, Genius Code
Alexander
Deryabin
Director General, Snail
Director General, Snail
Vadim
Zhivulin
Deputy Minister of Economic Development of the Russian Federation
Deputy Minister of Economic Development of the Russian Federation
Evgeniy
Larionov
Owner, Ex Libris; Co-founder, Experum
Owner, Ex Libris; Co-founder, Experum
Igor
Mgeladze
Founder, MG Capital
Founder, MG Capital
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”
Irina
Potekhina
Deputy Minister of Education of the Russian Federation
Deputy Minister of Education of the Russian Federation
Ilya
Chistyakov
Co-Founder, Makarun
Co-Founder, Makarun
Ayaz
Shabutdinov
Owner, Like Group Companies; Investor, Capital Accelerator
Owner, Like Group Companies; Investor, Capital Accelerator
Front row participant:
Alexander
Aronov
Founder, Aronov & Partners Law Firm
Founder, Aronov & Partners Law Firm