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Participants will formulate a plan to launch international sales, increase export volumes and expand the geography of their presence in global markets.

Moscow Export Center (MEC), subordinate Department of Entrepreneurship and Innovative Development, invites metropolitan companies to take part in the fifth stream of the export accelerator “Exporters 2.0”. The event was organized jointly with the Skolkovo Moscow School of Management (MSHU).

“The accelerator is designed for Moscow export-oriented companies, which, thanks to the program, will be able to form a plan for launching international sales, increase export volumes and expand the geography of their presence in global markets,” said the head

Department of Entrepreneurship and Innovative Development of the City of Moscow Alexey Fursin.

The program consists of four modules, such as “Global Market and Competitive Product”, “Distribution Model”, “Monetization Model” and “Export Roadmap”. Each of them will last a week. Within the framework of the accelerator, trainings, entrepreneurial workshops, as well as the study of successful cases are planned. In addition, specialists with experience in international sales will provide companies with active expert support.

The IEC and LNA Skolkovo program “Exporters 2.0” was launched in 2019. During this time, graduate organizations have concluded 57 foreign trade contracts for a total amount of about 600 million rubles.

In particular, as a result of the support of the Moscow Export Center, the capital’s manufacturer of signaling systems signed a contract for the supply to Slovakia, and a company specializing in heat exchange solutions launched exports to Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Belarus and Armenia.

You can apply for participation in the fifth stream, as well as familiarize yourself with the requirements of the program, on the website Moscow Export Center… From all applicants, the expert commission will select 30 companies for which the MEC will finance 85 percent of the cost of participation in the program.

Moscow Export Centerprovides support to entrepreneurs in the capital and helps in promoting their products to foreign markets. Among the main tasks of the center is increasing the number of Moscow exporters and promoting the development of their foreign economic activity.

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