Russia Prepares To Launch One Of The Largest Youth Open Innovation Forums In The World – The International “100 Innovators Club” 2014

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The 16th October 2014 will see Russia play host to one of the most prominent multi-national youth innovation forums in the world for the third year. The “100 Innovators Club” will be officially opened tomorrow and will see young entrepreneurs, inventors and innovators converge on Russia's capital city to take part in one of the largest comprehensive innovations forums in Russia.

The 100 Innovators Club is a great place to meet the brightest young entrepreneurs from around the world.- Filip Perkon

The 16th October 2014 will see Russia play host to one of the most prominent multi-national youth innovation forums in the world for the third year. The “100 Innovators Club” will be officially opened tomorrow and will see young entrepreneurs, inventors and innovators converge on Russia's capital city to take part in one of the largest comprehensive innovations forums in Russia.

Moscow will be the setting for the “100 Innovators Club” which will be made up from 100 fortunate young entrepreneurs who have been selected to attend as representatives of their respective countries. The opportunity is a prestigious event and competition for the limited number of places was highly sought after with over 500 applications being received from those wanting to attend. Many of the successful applicants have already began to develop business and innovation skills of their own and some are already building their own successful ventures. The forum will provide a valuable learning arena where 100 of the worlds brightest innovators will have an opportunity to meet and learn from the experience and insight of the worlds most successful business, media and government individuals such as Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev; Editor in Chief of MIT Technology Review, James Pontin and CEO of SAP Labs, Dmitry Armyakov.

During the forum attendees will also have an opportunity to be introduced to the leading Russian venture capital firms in an attempt to foster cooperation, highlight the potential that exists within the Russian market and also develop opportunities for innovative projects. Among those successful innovators are individuals such as Dmitry Aksenov; Founder of FinGenius, Matthias Kubicki, founder of KEY TO OFFICE and Thomas Whitfield; founder of Oxford Biolabs.

  •     The International Youth Program is joint hosted by The Ministry of Economic Development, Moscow City Government, Rusnano, Russian venture company, Skolkovo and Vnesheconombank. The primary aim of the event is to encourage investment and growth in Russia from a base level, in an attempt to bring long term and sustainable innovation, development and investment from across the globe. For more information please contact the organizing committee on +7 (495) 660-06-68 or youthprogram.ru

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Open Innovations Forum: The Youth Program
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