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Nadia Amroon

Nadia Amroon

I study Russian, Czech and Business Management at the University of Sheffield and am spending this year in Russia split between Petrozavodsk and St. Petersburg.


Phenomen Ventures invests in German startup Helpling
Phenomen Ventures invests in German startup Helpling
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Project, part of German incubator Rocket Internet, receives $17 million so far in investment round

Altair Capital plans to attract $20 million
Altair Capital plans to attract $20 million
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Altair Capital Investment plans to attract $20 million to investment in innovative companies

Capital investment in Russia falls by 58%
Capital investment in Russia falls by 58%
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IT sector remains most attractive to investors but absence of major deals leads to major drop in total investment

"Budhist" have recieved a $1 million investment
"Budhist" have recieved a $1 million investment
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"Budhist" have received an investment into their new, social alarm clock app.

Europe's eDreams aims to take off in Russia
Europe's eDreams aims to take off in Russia
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We asked industry experts whether the project, which operates in 32 countries, could succeed in Russia.

Anti-Kremlin media Slon, Dozhd and Bolshoi Gorod to hold Moscow IPO
Anti-Kremlin media Slon, Dozhd and Bolshoi Gorod to hold Moscow IPO
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The three publications will be combined into a holding company and listed on the Moscow Stock Exchange.

Polish venture fund aims to raise $100m for Ukrainian startups
Polish venture fund aims to raise $100m for Ukrainian startups
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Polish venture fund Next.Step plans to relocate start-ups to Warsaw while providing capital for their development.

Russian government plans alternative to Visa/Mastercard
Russian government plans alternative to Visa/Mastercard
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The plans are a response to US sanctions, which led to Visa/Mastercard blocking cards issued by 4 Russian banks.

Move over Yandex - the Kremlin's making its own search engine
Move over Yandex - the Kremlin's making its own search engine
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Sputnik, created by state corporation Rostelecom, is expected to become the default service in all state organisations.

Card payments becoming increasingly popular in Russia
Card payments becoming increasingly popular in Russia
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Despite significant growth, cards are still accepted by just 22% of Moscow and St Petersburg businesses.

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