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The authorities must work with business in order to implement the cluster approach. Everything now is in place for this, in spite of budget constraints.
Industrial parks and clusters are very attractive platforms and Chinese companies are ready to take part. However, the infrastructure of these parks requires comprehensive support from the government.
Over the next ten years, the housing market will completely change. Within the scope of the cluster approach, this will be the answer to demands for a new quality of life – “Live, work, and develop.”
If you can find the infrastructure, incentives and information, this will help to attract investments and create an industrial environment for innovations.
Schugorev Dmitry. 36 y.o. Born in Moscow in 1978. At present time - a news anchor at Russia-24 news channel. Began his carreer as a broadcast journalist at ORT Channel in 2000. Has been working as a TV journalist totally for 14 years: ORT/First Channel, RT, Russia-24. In 2007-2009 was a host anchor at Vesti FM radio station. Filmed several documentaries, analytical TV programmes, made dozens of interviews with top politicians, public, financial and cultural newsmakers. Took active part in producing and airing the annual TV show with Vladimir Putin in 2011, 2013 and 2014. Was the author and host anchor of several projects at Russia-24 concerning the parliamentary and presidential elections, major political and economic events. Also works as a TV reporter and commentator. Every year takes part at the International Economic Forum in St Petersburgh. Fluent in English and German.
Andrey Nikitin was born in Moscow in 1979. In 2001, he graduated from the State University of Management (Moscow). In 2007, he received an EMBA degree of the internationally accredited Stockholm School of Economics. In 2002-2011 he worked at the RUSKOMPOZIT Group, unifying Russian biggest companies in the fiberglass, composites and geosynthetics industries. Andrey Nikitin held different positions at the group, since 2009 he became General Director of «RUSKOMPOZIT Management Company» OJSC. Since July 27th, 2011 he has been working as General Director of a non-profit organization "Agency for Strategic Initiatives" (ASI). The Agency implements comprehensive projects aimed at enhancement of the investment climate, the development of vocational education and supplementary education for children. The ASI also coordinates the National Technology Initiative — a set of measures to create fundamentally new markets. Member of the Presidential Council on Economic Modernization and Innovative Development of Russia. Member of the Presidential Economic Council. Member of the Presidential Commission on State Service and Senior Executives Candidates Pool. Member of the Supervisory Council of the Single-industry Cities Development Fund and the Industry Development Fund. Board member of the Federal Corporation for SME Development. Has a Ph.D. in Economics. Andrey Nikitin was awarded a second-class medal of the Order of Merit for the Motherland He also received a personal note of acknowledgement from the President of the Russian Federation.
Mr.Wang Linan is the first vice-president of Shanghai Cooperation Organization Business Club, the President of the Group of companies Hua Ren, the General Manager of International investment Hua Bao Co., LTD, and the founder of the Russian-Chinese cultural exchange fund. He was born in 1974 in Beijing, his family hold up both Russian and Chinese culture traditions. From 1992 he lives in St. Petersburg. In 1998 he has been graduated from St.Petersburg Agriculture University, faculty of economics. More than 20 years Mr.Wang rules and coordinates the work of one of the first companies with Chinese capital in Russia-the group of companies Hua Ren, which he founded in St.Petersburg. Main branches of activity are development, consulting service and restaurant business. During these years company under his management consistently achieves year-over-year growth, a number of development projects with the involvement of Chinese capital have been carried out, which includes the first in St.Petersburg investment building project with Chinese capital investments. Successfully using the experience of cooperation with both Russian and Chinese partners, Wang Linan is fully engaged in the development of Russian-Chinese cooperation. Company begins to carry out large-scaled investment projects with support of both St.Petersburg and Chinese Government. Mr.Wang Linan provides organizational and financial support for cultural, educational and sports events, such as Russian Museum International Festival “Imperial Gardens of Russia. Great Silk Route”, restoration of Garden of Friendship, that was presented to St.Petersburg by Shanghai and so on.
Dr. Alfonso Vegara has a PhD in City and Regional Planning and he is also an architect, economist and sociologist. He is the founder and president of Fundacion Metropoli. Since 1997 he taught at the University of Pennsylvania where the scientific groundwork of the Foundation has been laid out. The Fundacion Metropoli portfolio of projects is well known as a number of projects based on a unique strategy in territorial planning have been executed around the globe. Applying innovative approach in creating new generation clusters and technoparks allows for improving the territory’s competiveness (as well as production capacities) and the competiveness through productivity and connectivity. Their sum allows to create further urbanistic and architectural decisions that can attract investment and sustainable development, as well as stimulate economic growth. Dr. Vegara carries out these multidisciplinary projects around all of the five continents. He consults the municipalities of cities worldwide and he’s an Advisor to the government of Singapore and cites like Yokohama and Bilbao. He is a member of the Jury of Lee Kwan Yew World Cities Prize which is equated to the Noble prize when it comes to the cities. Since 2005 Dr. Alfonso Vegara is an Honorary Consul General of Singapore in Madrid. Between 2002 and 2005 he was the President of the International Society of City and Regional Planning with members in 70 Countries. His ideas and concepts about the future of cities has been published particularly in the books “Intelligent Territories” and “Landscape Intelligence”.
Jay is the Global Vice Chair of Tax at EY, leading more than 38,000 people around the world who make up the Tax practice and is responsible for all aspects of EY’s Tax strategy and operations. Jay joined EY in 1985 and has extensive global experience. Prior to his current role, Jay served as Chair of the Global Accounts Committee, representing EY’s largest accounts on the Global Executive, and as Deputy Managing Partner for EY’s EMEIA Area. He has led EY’s Americas Tax practice and, from 1995 to 1999, led EY’s Commonwealth of Independent States Tax Practice based in Moscow. He was appointed to the board of the US-Russia Business Council in 2014.
Mr. Braverman was born on May 1, 1954. He graduated from Kharkiv Engineering and Economics Institute and completed graduate studies at Lomonosov Moscow State Institute of Fine Chemical Technologies. He is a Doctor of Economic Sciences and a professor. 1995–1997 – He served as president of the Russian Marketing Association. 1997–1999 – He was Deputy Chairman of the State Property Committee of the Russian Federation and then First Deputy Minister of State Property of the Russian Federation as well as acting Minister of State Property of the Russian Federation. 1999–2000 – He served as president of the Russian Marketing Association. 2000–2004 – He was Deputy Minister of Property Relations of the Russian Federation and a State Secretary. 2006–2008 – He served as Chairman of the Committee for the Development of an Affordable Housing Market under the Russian Presidential Council for the Implementation of Priority National Projects and the Demographic Policy. August 2008 – Under Order No. 1145-r of Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, he was appointed Director General of the Russian Housing Development Foundation.On Oct the 2nd 2015 A. Braverman was appointed as General Director of Joint-stock company «Russian Small and Medium Business Corporation» (JSC «RSMB Corporation» ). From October 12, 2015 he is a member of the Board of Directors of JSC «RSMB Corporation» ex officio.
Iwao Ohashi is an independent expert on the Russian economic and industrial development and international cooperation. He is currently the advisor on Japan and APAC for the Association of Industrial Parks in Russia. He also serves as the advisor for the Moscow Representation of the Japanese business association ‘ROTOBO’ and the moderator for the subcommittee on infrastructure development at the Japanese Business Club in Moscow. Iwao Ohashi’s main direction of work is to assist the infrastructure and territorial development in Russia by connecting it with the possibility to promote and attract foreign investments and technologies on the levels of the conceptual making and implementation. Iwao Ohashi was chief representative and director-general of Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) in Moscow for 1991-98 and 2001-2008. He was general manager in Moscow and chief representative to Russia for Nomura Research Institute for 2008-2014. Iwao Ohashi speaks Japanese, English and Russian.
Nationality: France, 65 years old. EDUCATION: 1968 – 1972 Degree in Engineering University of Sorbonne, Paris, France. WORK EXPERIENCE: 2013 – to the present Member of the Board of Directors Sophia Antipolis Science Park, Nice, France. 2008 – 2013 Chairman of the Board of Directors, President Enel OGK-5. 2007 – 2008 General Director for Russia and CIS Enel. 2006 – 2007 Member of the Board of Directors of SUEK Siberian Energy Coal Company, Moscow, Russia. 2003 – 2005 Independent Consultant, Advisor at the SPE Russian Oil & Gas Exploration and Production Technical Conference and Exhibition. 1993 – 2003 Vice-President, Country Manager for Russia and CIS Schlumberger Group, Saint-Petersburg, Russia. 1988 – 1992 General Director TSD & Stratech / international science park consulting. 1972 – 1987 Engineer, later Deputy Director of Sophia Antipolis Science Park, Nice, France. OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Languages: French - native, English - fluent, Russian - fluent, Spanish - spoken, Italian - spoken. Married, with three children. Professional activity: Member of the 'Market Council' professional community of energy companies of Russia, 2008-2013; Member of the Council of Power Producers, 2008-2013; Member of the Board of Directors of the European Business Association, 2011; Chairman of the Supervisory Board of SUEK Corporate University, 2006-2007; Founder of Club de Nice, which organises European Energy Forum, 2001; Founder of a series of science and innovation events, conferences and festivals for Sophia Antipolis science park; Member of Board of KEGOC and SAMRUK energo (Kazakstan). Additional education (1967-1973): Lycee Corneille Rouen, Rouen, France. Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia. The National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS), Paris, France. University of Sorbonne in collaboration with Ecole Superieure Electricite.
Born on February 7, 1977. In 1998 graduated from Nizhny Novgorod State Technical University. Bachelor of Management (diploma with honours). 1998—2000: State University — Higher School of Economics. Master of Economics (diploma with honours). 1999—2000 — Leading Specialist of the General Analytical Division of the Department for Enterprise Reforming of the Ministry of Economy of the Russian Federation. 2000—2003: postgraduate studies, State University — Higher School of Economics. 2000 — Expert of the Centre of Strategic Development (CSD). 2002—2004: Deputy Head of the Department for Programs of Economy Development and Cooperation with International Financial Organizations of the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation. 2004—2006: Research Assistant of the Academy of National Economy under the Government of the Russian Federation. 2004—2006: Director for Development of the Centre of Strategic Development Foundation. 2006—2008: Head of the Department for Economic Policy and Competitive Ability of the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs. January—July 2008: Assistant Minister, Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of the Russian Federation. July 2008—November 2010: Director of the Strategic Program Management and Budgeting Department of the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation. November 2010 – July 2012 — Deputy Minister of Economic Development of the Russian Federation. Since July 2012 – State Secretary, Deputy Minister of Economic Development of the Russian Federation.
Born January 4, 1967, in Bilibino, Magadan Region. 1993: graduated from the Law Faculty of Moscow State University with a degree in jurisprudence. 1984–1985: laboratory assistant at the EKOS Scientific Research Institute. 1985–1987: served in the Soviet Army. 1993: attaché of the Law Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation. 1993–1995: senior legal adviser at ALM Consulting. 1995: Director, ALM Law Office. 1997: Head of Department of the State Register of Federal Property, State Committee of the Russian Federation for State Property Management. 1998: Deputy Minister for State Property of the Russian Federation. 1998–2000: Chairman, Russian Federal Property Fund. 2000–2003: Chief of the Government Staff in the rank of Minister. 2003: Aide to the President of the Russian Federation. 2003–2004:Deputy Head of Administration of the President of the Russian Federation. 2004: Aide to the President of the Russian Federation. 2005: Russian Sherpa in the G8. 2008: First Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation. Married with two sons and two daughters.
Mikhail MenMinister of construction and housing services of Russian FederationNovember 12, 1960 – Born in Sergiev-Possad district of Moscow area. 1978 – 1980 – studied at the Institute of Oil and Gas Industry majoring in Industrial Energy Production.1980 – 1982 – service at the construction divisions of the Far East Navy. Received a license to operate a construction crane and an honorary certificate for achievements in construction. 1983 – 1991 – worked at various culture intuitions in Moscow and Moscow district. Studied in Moscow Culture Institute. 1991 – 1993 – worked in publishing. 1993 – 1995 – deputy of Moscow Oblast Duma from Sergied-Posad. 1995 – 1999 – deputy of the State Duma of Russian Federation.1999 – 2002 – vice-governor of Moscow Oblast. Studied at the State Service Academy under the President of Russian Federation, majored in law, graduated cum laude.2002 – 2005 – deputy mayor of Moscow 2005 – 2013 – governor of Ivanovskaya Oblast, confirmed after presentation of the President of Russian Federation Vladimir Putin. November 1, 2013 – appointed Minister of Construction and Housing Services. Awarded the Order of Friendship, Order of Honor, Medal for 850th Anniversary of the city of Moscow. Married, has 6 children.