Selection of startups for the Global Partners Program started in Moscow

15 startups from Moscow will become finalists of the Global Partners Program acceleration program. And 90% spent on

the program of funds will be invested by the IEC.All startups that wish to take part in the selection must work in the B2B direction. And the list of areas of activity is quite wide: from smart cities and ecology to transport and logistics. A complete list of destinations can be found on the program website.

Directions for selecting startups for the Global Partners Program

Participating startups will receive comprehensive assistance inpromotion in the international markets of Asia, Latin America and Africa. Experts will conduct an in-depth analysis of companies, help them identify partners in the desired markets, and also suggest which platforms and start-up conferences are best to demonstrate their product. As a result of the program, participants will receive a company development program that will include several key areas: from the development of an expert strategy to support in concluding contracts.

“This year we are launching a program inchanged economic conditions, and this is a kind of challenge for everyone. The more important for the participants is international cooperation, including with countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America, the search for new markets and the offer of updated products to potential customers. The experience of last year showed that Moscow startups have a high interest in participating in the program, because they not only receive the support of leading international experts and partners, but can also determine the country for scaling, taking into account the features and specifics of their product.”

Ekaterina Petrova, Director of the platform for the development of corporate innovations GenerationS

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