Sep 17, 2019 - FEFU News
Russky Technopark at FEFU presented projects to investors from China


Residents of Russky Technopark at Far Eastern Federal University (FEFU) presented their projects to investors from China. The presentation was held using the V-Next platform on the basis of the Shenzhen Stock Exchange. 16,000 businessmen from China have access to this platform.

Six residents of the Russky Technopark park made a pitch session on the V-Next platform - a brief structured presentation of their projects to potential investors from China. Five residents are graduates of the technopark accelerator.

“More than 70 residents from all over the Far East who are looking for investors are developing their projects in the technopark, so our goal is to become a bridge to the markets of the Asia-Pacific region (APR) with two-way traffic. We show particular interest in cooperation with representatives of the PRC”, said Kirill Yerukov, Executive Director of the Accelerator of the Russky Technopark.

In addition to the pitch session, the Russkiy Technopark and the V-Next platform signed a memorandum of understanding: the parties agreed to create a cross-border financial cooperation service. The memorandum will facilitate a partnership between innovative entrepreneurs and investors from China.

Russky Technopark was formed in pursuance of the order of the President of the Russian Federation on the creation on the Russian island of an international scientific, educational and technological cluster. Together with partners, it forms an ecosystem for comprehensive support of technological projects and their rapid promotion on the Asia-Pacific markets. Since 2018, it is part of the International Association of Asian Science Parks (Asian Science Parks Association). Today, the Russky Technopark includes 70 technology companies where 467 jobs have been created.