MIT REAP Team Moscow’s focus is on the metropolitan area of Moscow. MGIMO University and the Agency for Strategic Initiatives are the backbone organizations. Other stakeholders include Moscow Seed Fund, Young Professional Agency for Strategic Initiatives, Skolkovo Investor Club, and Nanocenter Dubna.

Team Members

University
Government
Corporate
Risk Capital
Entrepreneur

Innovation Ecosystem Stakeholder Model

Alexander Galitsky
Champion
Executive Director, Moscow Seed Fund
Alexey Kostrov Viktorovich
Executive Director, Moscow Seed Fund
Dmitry Peskov
Director of the “Young Professionals” at Agency for Strategic Initiatives
Alexey Parabuchev
General Director, MIA
Anna Belomestnova
CEO, Nanocenter Dubna
Dmitry Lisenkov
Managing Director, RUSNANO
Olga Papadina
Deputy General Director, VDNH
Vitaly Polekhin
Head, Skolkovo Investor Club
Alexsander Smbatyan
CEO, Genome Ventures
Yury Vasiliev
Head of Innovation, Morton

Team Strategy

  • Challenge & Opportunity
  • Strategy & Action
  • Ongoing Progress
  • Attracting outside talent and improving the innovation infrastructure to facilitate better stakeholder engagement with local entrepreneurs
  • Implementation of “high-technology parks” to provide affordable workspace for local entrepreneurs
  • Strategic Intervention(s):
    • Partnership with Mayor of Moscow who has approved plan
    • New private venture investment fund of $150M approved by Mayor of Moscow
    • Coworking spaces for early stage companies launched in June and September of 2016
    • Establishment of the first “high-technology park” focused on HealthIT, mHealth (mobile health) and Biomedicine
      • Hope to scale and commercialize similar parks nationally once the flagship location has proven successful
    • Metrics of Success:
      • Local demand for products and services coming out of supported startups
      • Projects and startups supported by high-technology parks
      • Number of high-technology parks implemented
      • Increased college level enrollment in STEM majors
    • Executive Summary:

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Core Regional Metrics

Economic & Social Progress

Social progress and economic prosperity as a collective measure of development in a region.

Innovation-Driven Entrepreneurial Ecosystem

Innovation-Driven Entrepreneurial Ecosystems are regional environments that effectively support startups focused on addressing global markets based on technological, process or business model innovation.

Innovation Capacity

Ability to develop new to the world innovations from inception through to the market.

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Demand

-Nature of established companies in region

Funding

-Funding for research
-Government programs

Policy

-Competition policy
-Intellectual property policy
-Technology transfer and collaboration policy

Performance

People

-Pool of innovators
-Education in tech and commercialization

Culture & Community

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Infrastructure

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Entrepreneurial Capacity

Ability to start and build new to the world businesses from inception to maturity.

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Demand

-Government, corporate and consumer demand for new products and services

People

-Pool of entrepreneurs
-Quality of entrepreneurial education

GEM

Funding

-Accessibility of entrepreneurial capital (government, private, equity, debt, grants)

Policy

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Performance

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Culture & Community

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Demand

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