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The project "Sustainable Future of Russia" will be presented on May 15 in Novosibirsk

Within the framework of the Tatyana Zaslavskaya Symposium the Siberian Institute of Management – the branch of the RANEPA, will hold the second Student Business Incubator Forum. During the event the representatives of educational institutions of higher and secondary education institutions, federal and regional development institutes, executive authorities and local administration will discuss the best student practices on supporting start-up projects of young entrepreneurs, aimed at establishing innovative economy in Russia.

The presentation of the global project "Sustainable Future of Russia" that is intended to attract the most talented and promising representatives of the Russian youth to developing new solutions and instruments for our country, its particular territory and organizations, will take place during one of the Forum’s events - the practical session "Youth for Sustainable Future".

The students will be able to get familiar with the Contest of Research and Project Works "Young Professionals for Sustainable Future of Russia" and choose one of the suggested topics at the end of the event:

  • Measurable macroeconomics: indicators and indexes of social and economic development of Russia.
  • Implementation of sustainable development principles in agro-industrial sector: economic models and contribution to the food security of the Russian Federation.
  • Talent management: how to recognize, attract and preserve the best of the best;
  • Development of the tourism in the territory of the Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol.

The organizers and partners of the project "Sustainable Future of Russia" annually hold interesting and creative discussions featuring leading experts in relevant areas, where the key speakers are the Russian students and post-graduates. These events result in new knowledge, ideas and connections. Therefore, the youngsters are enabled to prepare their works for the Contest much more thoroughly.