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Remote working platform Workle seeking investment for US launch
Remote working platform Workle seeking investment for US launch
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Russian company looking for $2-3 million in investment ahead of planned opening of US office in summer

Online education platform ‘Azbuka’ signs deal with global publisher
Online education platform ‘Azbuka’ signs deal with global publisher
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Russian company will offer customers electronic textbooks from Pearson, the world’s largest educational publisher

Skolkovo innovation centre comes to Vladivostok
Skolkovo innovation centre comes to Vladivostok
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New centre will be based at Far Eastern Technical University campus and will open at the end of March

Moscow to be home to new Sports Innovation Centre
Moscow to be home to new Sports Innovation Centre
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Joint project between Russian Olympic Committee and Skolkovo Innovation Centre will promote sports tech R&D

Panasonic to open new R&D centre at Skolkovo technology park
Panasonic to open new R&D centre at Skolkovo technology park
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Panasonic will work with Skolkovo resident companies at centre, which has planned budget is around $3 million

Thin Film Technology receives $1.9 million grant from Skolkovo
Thin Film Technology receives $1.9 million grant from Skolkovo
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Funds to go towards new sensor technology, with the aim of selling production licences to global manufactureers

Skolkovo resident signs deal worth $41 million with Chinese firm
Skolkovo resident signs deal worth $41 million with Chinese firm
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Optogard’s laser-plasma technology is said to be attracting the attention of a number of multinational companies

IT competition to be held in November by Skolkovo
IT competition to be held in November by Skolkovo
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FRII and Microsoft will take part in competition IT-Choernozemlye

Promsvyazbank to award grants to Skolkovo students
Promsvyazbank to award grants to Skolkovo students
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Grants will support the launching or further development of business projects

iBuildApp attracts $400k investment
iBuildApp attracts $400k investment
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The Russian app builder for iPhone and Android is looking to expand after raising $400k investment.

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