Organizers of the XIX Annual Strategic Planning Leaders Forum of the Regions and Cities of Russia invite interested organizations to become sponsors and partners of the Forum.
Individual participation package can be provided.
PJSC LSR Group is a real estate development and building materials company founded in 1993 and operating in a number of complementary market segments. Its core business areas are production of building materials and real estate development and construction. LSR Group's main operations are located in St. Petersburg and Leningrad Region, Moscow and Moscow region and Yekaterinburg. As of 31 December 2020 (according to Knight Frank), the net sellable area of projects in LSR Group’s real estate portfolio amounts to 8.2 million m2 with the market value of RUB 276 billion. In accordance with its audited IFRS consolidated financial statements for 2020, LSR Group reported revenue of RUB 118.1 billion, Adjusted EBITDA of RUB 27.4 billion and Net Profit of RUB 12.0 billion. Ordinary shares of the Company are traded on the Moscow Exchange (MOEX: LSRG).
Read more at https://www.lsr.ru/
Research Data Infrastructure (RDI) is a platform for researchers that gives access to data about the state and society. There are 4 main goals for our project: to publish databases and data sets provided by government agencies, to provide legal and methodological tools for the publication of data, to promote the development of a community of researchers working with data in Russia and to provide technical capabilities for researchers to access and work with data. This way we develop evidence-based & data-driven policymaking in Russia.
The Analytical Center for the Government of the Russian Federation provides information, analytical and expert support to the Government on key socio-economic development issues.
The competencies of Analytical Center experts include digital transformation, Big Data, industrial policy, transport, transport infrastructure, finance, energy, agriculture, information technologies, strategic planning, project management, regional development, labor relations, education, healthcare, energy efficiency and many others.
Read more at http://ac.gov.ru/en/
Russian Economic Developers Association (ASSET) unites experts engaged in fostering economic development of cities and regions according to individual membership. The main goal of the Association is to enhance socio-economic development of Russian regions through creating a community of high professional territorial development experts.
Read more at www.asset-rus.com
Interreg Baltic Sea Region is a unique funding programme that connects all the ten countries around the Baltic Sea: EU member states — Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Sweden and the northern parts of Germany as well as partner countries — Norway and the northwest regions of Russia. It supports integrated territorial development and cooperation for a more innovative, better accessible and sustainable Baltic Sea Region.
Partners from these countries around the Baltic Sea work together in transnational projects on common key challenges and opportunities. Projects are supported through funds from the European Union, Norway and the Russian Federation.
The Council of the Baltic Sea States is an intergovernmental political forum for regional cooperation. Consisting of 11 Member States and the European Union, it supports a regional perspective on global challenges.
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The Programme contributes to economic and social development, mitigate common challenges and promote mobility among actors of regional relevance to further improve cross-border cooperation and the sustainable prerequisites of the Programme area. Eligible programme area consist of the core regions South Karelia, South-Savo and Kymenlaakso in Finland and St. Petersburg and Leningrad region in Russia. Adjoining areas are Uusimaa, Päijät-Häme, North-Savo, North Karelia and Republic of Karelia. In addition to these, cities of Turku and Moscow may participate as a major economic and cultural center. Programme is offering funding in four thematic objectives.
More information about the Program’s activities: https://www.sefrcbc.fi/
"Karelia" CBC Programme implements activities that contribute to regional development with activities that have a clear cross-border dimension and cooperation nature. The overall Programme objective is to make the Programme area attractive for people to work and live and for businesses to locate and operate. Programme area includes three regions of Finland (Kainuu, North Karelia, Oulu region) and the Republic of Karelia in Russia. The adjoining regions are Lapland, South Karelia, North Savo and South Savo in Finland and Leningrad, Murmansk and Archangelsk in Russia. The Programme supports cooperation projects in four thematic objectives.
More information about the Program’s activities: http://www.kareliacbc.fi
The overall aim of the Programme is to promote a viable economy and attractiveness of the region, where inhabitants and visitors come to enjoy the arctic nature and where natural resources are used in a sustainable way. The area covered by the Kolarctic CBC Programme comprises Lapland in Finland, Norrbotten in Sweden, Finnmark, Troms and Nordland in Norway and the Murmansk Region, the Arkhangelsk Region and the Nenets Autonomous District in Russia. Adjoining regions: Oulu Region, Västerbotten, Republic of Karelia and the Republic of Komi. Partners from the adjoining regions and from the major social, economic and cultural centre (city of St. Petersburg) can participate in the Programme implementation as equal partners. The Programme supports cooperation projects in four thematic objectives.
More information about the Programme: https://kolarctic.info/
19.11.2021 : Recommendations of the round table "Local self-government: forks of development"
The recommendations of the round table "Local self-government: forks of development"
17.11.2021 : Photo report
Posted a photo report on the results of the Forum
18.11.2021 : Section "Territorial development strategies: assembly technologies"
On November 17, the section "Territorial development strategies: assembly technologies" was held, organized jointly with the Leontief Center
10.11.2021 : "Regional economy. South of Russia "accepts articles
The academic journal - partner of the Forum of Strategists begins accepting articles
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