The Single-Industry Town Development Foundation Holds the Final Presentation of 66 Single-Industry Town Projects

Thursday, 29 December 2016

Moscow, December 29, 2016. – The Single-Industry Town Development Foundation together with the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA) and the Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO have completed the training of another 66 management teams of single-industry towns.

SKOLKOVO: The Single-Industry Town Development Foundation Holds the Final Presentation of 66 Single-Industry Town Projects

From December 26 to December 28, the teams of the following towns presented their projects for the final defence: Dorogobuzh (Smolensk Region), Chusovoy (Perm Territory), Krasnovishersk (Perm Territory), Navoloki (Ivanovo Region), Teykovo (Ivanovo Region), Emva (Republic of Komi), Shumerlya (Chuvash Republic), Uchaly (Republic of Bashkortostan), Beloretsk (Republic of Bashkortostan), Nikolsk (Penza Region), Efremov (Tula Region), Lesnoy (Ryazan Region), Volodarsk (Nizhny Novgorod Region), Pervomaysk (Nizhny Novgorod Region), Svetly (Orenburg Region), Abaza (Republic of Khakassia), Galich (Kostroma Region), Frolovo (Volgograd Region), Donetsk (Rostov Region), Pobedinka (Ryazan Region), Sarapul (Udmurt Republic), Kataysk (Kurgan Region), Semiluki (Voronezh Region), Serov (Sverdlovsk Region), Kotovsk (Tambov Region), Votkinsk (Udmurt Republic), Seversk (Tomsk Region), Kondopoga (Republic of Karelia), Navashino (Nizhny Novgorod Region), Zarinsk (Altai Territory), Kurlovo (Vladimir Region), Manturovo (Kostroma Region), Kulebaki (Nizhny Novgorod Region), Kirovsk (Murmansk Region), Mendeleevsk (Republic of Tatarstan), Nytva (Perm Territory), Vichuga (Ivanovo Region), Novoaltaysk (Altai Territory), Glazov (Udmurt Republic), Aleksin (Tula Region), Bakal (Chelyabinsk Region), Neftekamsk (Republic of Bashkortostan), Blagovesрchensk (Republic of Bashkortostan), Mtsensk (Orel Region), Sayansk (Irkutsk Region), Novokuznetsk (Kemerovo Region), Vyksa (Nizhny Novgorod Region), Gai (Orenburg Region), Mednogorsk (Orenburg Region), Osinniki (Kemerovo Region), Asbest (Sverdlovsk Region), Kolchugino (Vladimir Region), Nizhny Tagil (Sverdlovsk Region), Elatma (Ryazan Region), Mundybash (Kemerovo Region), Kamskiye Polyany (Republic of Tatarstan), Chistopol (Republic of Tatarstan), Petrovsk (Saratov Region), Myski (Kemerovo Region), Yuzha (Ivanovo Region), Privolzhsk (Ivanovo Region), Miass (Chelyabinsk Region), Zlatoust (Chelyabinsk Region), Karabash (Chelyabinsk Region), Berezovsky (Kemerovo Region), and Nizhnekamsk (Republic of Tatarstan).

The team of each single-industry town included representatives of the regional government, the mayor's office, the town's backbone enterprise, local businesses and investors. At the end of the educational programme, each team was to draw up a comprehensive plan to develop the business environment and improve the economic situation as a whole, as well as to propose specific measures to improve the town's environment.

The training programme at the SKOLKOVO Business School consisted of five modules, each lasting one week, held from November to December 2016.

During the training, programme participants attended the lectures and presentations delivered by representatives of public corporations, industrial and manufacturing companies, investment professionals, specialists in the area of state and municipal government, and practising experts who had implemented specific business cases in the field of modernisation and development of single-industry municipalities.

Ilya Krivogov, General Manager at the Single-Industry Town Development Foundation, comments, "Today, another 66 management teams have defended their projects. We can see that with every new stage of training, the projects presented by the teams are getting more mature and ambitious. This shows that the members of each team make every effort to ensure its well-coordinated, efficient teamwork. We hope that in the nearest future, these teams will use the knowledge and experience gained during the training to develop their towns."

Marat Atnashev, Dean of the SKOLKOVO Business School, says: "In the past year and a half, several hundred representatives of single-industry towns have received training at the Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO, and defended dozens of projects, which we believe to be feasible and promising. Now, the key task of the SKOLKOVO Business School is to join efforts with the Single-Industry Town Development Foundation to monitor and support the teams in the implementation of their projects. The Business School is going to provide expert support to the teams in further development of the proposed initiatives and putting them into practice."

 

 

 

 

 




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