• Sergei Guriev has presented his new "Transition for all: EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES IN AN UNEQUAL WORLD" report on the Campus of the Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO

    Friday, 09 December 2016

    On November 11, Sergei Guriev, Chief Economist of EBRD, has visited Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO and presented the report based on "Transition for all: Equal Opportunities in an Unequal World study".

    Annually issued study, conducted by the EBRD and the World Bank in 34 countries, was dedicated to inequality and economic cohesion. During the report, Mr. Guriev touched upon questions of the distribution of income, the impact that the transition process has had on people’s well-being and happiness and financial inclusion. The meeting was held in the format of Speakers Night.

    Shlomo Weber, Dean of the New Economic School, moderated the event.

  • SKOLKOVO Wealth Transformation Centre Presented Investment Preferences of Russia's Wealth Possessors

    Thursday, 01 December 2016

    Moscow, December 1, 2016. – SKOLKOVO Wealth Transformation Centre has presented its new Investment Preferences of Russia’s Wealth Possessors study. The study results were first discussed by market players at the Wealth Knowledge Day annual conference. It was held on November 30, 2016 on the School campus and brought together capital managers, family offices, and representatives of financial, consulting and law companies. Almost 400 guests took part in the event.

  • Results of SKOLKOVO Trend Award: Best Corporate and Governmental Development Projects in 2016

    Thursday, 01 December 2016

    Moscow, December 1, 2016. – At the Campus of the Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO, the best examples of projects in the field of human capital development, improving competitiveness and change management implemented by the business school’s corporate and government partners were named.

  • Members of the SKOLKOVO Community among the Winners of the Director of the Year Awards

    Wednesday, 30 November 2016

    Moscow, November 30, 2016. – Founding partners, executives and alumni of the SKOLKOVO Business School became the winners of the Director of the Year award organised by the Independent Directors Association and the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs. The Director of the Year awards are given annually for personal contribution to the development of corporate management and for promoting advanced business practices as related to the boards of directors in Russian companies.

  • Letovo — the School of the Future: Speakers Nights with Vadim Moshkovich

    Monday, 28 November 2016

    Moscow, November 28, 2016. – On November 24, 2016, the Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO held a traditional meeting in the Speakers Nights format with Vadim Moshkovich, a Russian businessman and philanthropist, the founder of the Letovo Private School for gifted children. The meeting was moderated by Andrei Sharonov, President of the Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO.

  • SKOLKOVO Business School Welcomes the 2 nd Class of the Startup Academy Junior

    Monday, 28 November 2016

    Moscow, November 28, 2016. – On November 25, the second group of the Startup Academy Junior, an educational programme in entrepreneurship for schoolchildren aged 13–17, has begun their studies at the Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO. The list of participants includes 34 schoolchildren from Russian regions (Moscow, Moscow Region, Ulyanovsk, Novosibirsk and Smolensk) and two schoolchildren from Minsk. MasterCard international payment system became the partner of the programme. Lipton and the SKOLKOVO Startup Academy’s graduate Vladimir Mamut have provided educational grants for two students.

  • The Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO Studies Business Opportunities of Iran

    Friday, 25 November 2016

    Moscow, November 25, 2016. – The SKOLKOVO Institute for Emerging Market Studies presented a new study about business opportunities for companies working with Iran.

  • SKOLKOVO Business School Alumnae Vladimir Mamut Is One of the Winners of the EY Entrepreneur of the Year 2016 Award in Russia

    Thursday, 24 November 2016

    Moscow, November 24, 2016. – November 24, 2016 was the final date of the national stage of the Entrepreneur of the Year international competition that EY has held in 60 countries of the world for 30 years, and in Russia, since 2003.

  • SKOLKOVO Business School Welcomes the Startup Academy PLUS Class

    Friday, 18 November 2016

    Moscow, November 18, 2016. – A new Startup Academy class has begun training at the Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO under the Startup Academy Plus modular programme. The programme format is suitable for students from the regions and busy entrepreneurs who find it convenient to undergo training simultaneously with their usual business activities. In contrast to the intensive course, the Startup Academy Plus programme allows students to study 4 days per month for 5 months.

  • Designer Paul Smith Talks with SKOLKOVO Alumni about Career, Business, and Sources of Inspiration

    Thursday, 17 November 2016

    On November 17, 2016, the Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO received a guest—Sir Paul Smith, an outstanding entrepreneur and knighthood holder. Paul Smith, who opened his first store with an area of 9 square metres at the age of 24 and turned it into one of the world's most recognisable fashion enterprises, is now one of the most influential people of the United Kingdom. The meeting, held in a public talk format, was part of Smith's visit to Moscow, dedicated to the 10th anniversary of the designer's first branded store in GUM.

    During the open lecture, Paul Smith shared his views on the organisation of a fashion business, told the audience how he had founded and developed his brand and what he drew inspiration from, and gave practical advice to budding fashion designers making their first steps in the industry. The Editor-in-Chief of the GQ magazine Kim Belov acted as the moderator of the meeting.

    The video of the lecture is available in Russian and English.


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