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Irina Kalashnikova in the interview for Invest Foresight business magazine: “We have over 6,000 startups in our database”

According to the study done by the Barometer project, each of the 30 largest Russian corporations in terms of revenue from the “RBC 500” rating for the period July 2019 – June 2020 carried out at least one initiative to implement a strategy for working with innovations. The interest of corporations in breakthrough technologies is shown in such forms as acceleration programs, hackathons, and qualifying sessions. Irina Kalashnikova, co-founder of GoTech Innovation, which helps corporations to work with technology projects, revealed to Invest-Foresight all the specifics of working in the field of corporate innovation.

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Getting ready for an online event and not sure what to choose? GoTech Innovation shares experience on using Zoom and MS Teams

The Coronavirus pandemic has affected many companies, in connection with which business processes started to change, new products have appeared on the market, and the demand for services that help to improve the lives of people and the functioning of companies in self-isolation has grown. The GoTech Innovation team did not stand aside, adapted to the new reality, and transferred joint events with clients online. In May and June, the company organized online demo days for the Retail Tech Innovation Alliance (RITA) and Kaspersky Lab following the results of the travel accelerator Kaspersky Exploring Russia. The first event took place via Zoom, the second – via Microsoft Teams. Irina Kalashnikova, co-founder and CEO of GoTech Innovation spoke about the features of both services.

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Clearcover: how to admit your mistake and increase business turnover by 10 times

One of the most important skills of successful founders is to admit their mistakes (even if it needs to be done publicly). Today we would like to share with you the experience of Kyle Nakatsuji, founder and CEO of Clearcover, a digital auto insurance provider. On his Crunchbase blog Kyle revealed how to adequately assess the steps for further growth and business development and not be afraid to admit your own delusions.

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Eugene Kaspersky about Kaspersky Exploring Russia

Kaspersky Exploring Russia tourism accelerator had the aim of gathering interesting and promising tourism projects from different countries and then to help their creators implement their ideas further and overcome the crisis. The accelerator managed to involve all parts of the world (except Antarctica). And the jury considered applications from the most unexpected corners of the planet: from Colombia to Australia. More than 500 applications were sent from 47 countries on five continents since the launch of Kaspersky Exploring Russia.

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