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International experts will conduct eight interactive sessions. After the course, companies will receive a certificate from the Higher School of Economics.

Moscow entrepreneurs will be able to join the free educational program “Export of Services”, which is being held for the first time by the Moscow Export Center in cooperation with the National Research University “Higher School of Economics” (NRU HSE).

“The new educational course will help to finalize and form an action plan for the export of services to foreign markets. Eight interactive sessions are planned with international lecturers and speakers. The experts, together with the participants, will analyze practical cases, hold project group meetings and defend their strategy. Upon completion of the intensive, entrepreneurs will receive certificates from the Higher School of Economics “, – said

Natalia Sergunina, Deputy Mayor of Moscow.

Separate streams were prepared for entrepreneurs from different fields. Course participants from the creative industries service industry will be able to learn about the cross-cultural characteristics of business communication, the key elements of project management, and risk and opportunity management in the export of creative services.

Entrepreneurs engaged in the provision of business services will learn how to form and develop competitive advantages when entering foreign markets, build a negotiation strategy, structure ideas and present them effectively.

“The Moscow Export Center regularly conducts training programs for export-oriented businesses. Since 2018, more than six thousand companies have taken part in the classes organized by the Moscow School of the Exporter, “said the head

Department of Entrepreneurship and Innovative Development of Moscow Alexey Fursin.

As part of the “Export of Services” course, we launched a stream for Moscow projects developing in the hospitality industry. 10 export-oriented travel companies have already taken part in the start-up intensive. Also continues check in on the streams “Business Services” and “Animation”. Each of them is designed for 10 participants. To pass the selection, the company must be registered in Moscow for at least six months, and 50 percent of the employees of the organizations must work in the capital.

Moscow Export Centercreated by the Government of Moscow, it is supervised by the Moscow Department of Entrepreneurship and Innovative Development. The center supports the capital’s business and promotes its products in foreign markets.

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