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The acceptance of applications for participation in the II wave of the project "Russian-Chinese youth business incubator", which will be held in PRUE, will take place from September 23 until 29, 2018.
The selection will last until 31 July 2018 on the website of the automated information system of Rosmolodezh.
The Russian-Chinese youth business incubator is an international project with free participation, implemented by the Russian Youth Union since 2016 and aimed at cooperation and development of youth entrepreneurship in the Russian Federation and the People's Republic of China.
In 2018, the second stage of the project will be attended by six regions of Russia, each of which has its sister city for the project in China.
Plekhanov Russian University of Economics will represent Moscow in the project. Shenzhen will be the partner of Moscow in China. The cities will be connected with each other in the following areas: civil engineering, light industry, transport.
The project will be divided into two parts, 14 days each: the Chinese part will be held from 2 to 15 September, the Russian part will be held from 16 to 29 September. 20 people - 10 representatives from Russia and China, attend each city. Residents of the incubator are young innovators and entrepreneurs of Russia and China aged 18 to 35 years, who passed the competitive selection.
In the Russian part of the project, residents will gain knowledge in the field of doing business with Chinese partners, during a visit to China they will visit local production, technology parks and will have the opportunity to conclude agreements and agreements with new partners during the project.
The main objectives Of the Russian-Chinese youth business incubator in 2018 are:
- Introduction of new technologies in economic, information, social processes of Russia and China;
- Promotion of successful businesses based on international cooperation of youth of Russia and China;
- Identification of promising business projects and assistance in their promotion and commercialization in the markets of Russia and China.