Vladislav Surkov adopted the agenda of Open Innovations forum

Vladislav Surkov adopted the agenda of Open Innovations forumVladislav Surkov, the deputy prime minister of Russia, Chairman of Open Innovations forum adopted the agenda and business program of the forum which will bring together leading experts in innovation from around the world in the end of October in Moscow.

About 50 events will take place within the Forum, such as: round tables, panel discussions and debates on various aspects of innovation development in Russia and in the world. The participation in the Forum has been confirmed by businessman Sir Richard Branson, eminent scientists Peter Head, Jeroen van den Hoven, Hasso Plattner and Josh Lerner, a Nobel laureate Phillip Allen Sharp, eminent representatives of innovative businesses from around the world.

It is planned that more than 4K people will visit the forum, whom more than 300 leading experts on innovative development around the world will speak to.

Russian Economic School has formed an international research group within the Forum for independent evaluation of Russian institutions development.

The research project will make recommendations for improving activities of Rusnano, Venture Company RVC, the Skolkovo Fund, Vnesheconombank and the Moscow government that are the development institutions to be analyzed by the group.

Open Innovations forum is devoted to the latest technologies and the prospects for international cooperation in innovation. The event is aimed at predicting technological trends, defining the role of the innovation ecosystem in global processes and the formation of Russian and international agendas of innovation development. The forum will take place in Moscow for the first time from October, 31 to November, 3.