The Fifth Far Eastern Forum of Entrepreneurs was held in Khabarovsk on a grand scale

On the eve of Khabarovsk, one of the long–awaited events in the business sphere took place - the Fifth Far Eastern Forum of Entrepreneurs.

The event gathered a wide range of participants: not only representatives of the local business community, but also entrepreneurs from many Russian regions showed great interest in it, and delegations from the Republic of Belarus and China were also present.

The main rhetoric of the forum was devoted to the formation of proposals for the introduction of a new SME strategy in order to increase efficiency and modernize the economic sectors of the Far East and Russia.
One of the important innovations of this forum was that an export forum was also held within the framework of the event, with the aim of establishing ties between local businesses with foreign partners, discussing issues of entering foreign markets.

This year, the forum program provided for more than 30 sites where various aspects of doing business in modern conditions were discussed: there were discussions and round tables dedicated to social, women's, youth entrepreneurship, master classes, B2B sessions with foreign partners and much more.
Nikita Bozhok, Head of the Far Eastern Project Center, shared his impressions of participating in the forum:

- I always try to participate in such events, because it is not just a way to declare a company, find new partners, it is also an opportunity to discuss, form problematic issues in the field of entrepreneurship, share experience, work out ways to solve these problems together with other entrepreneurs and representatives of government authorities, business support infrastructure organizations.

If we talk about the entrepreneurs forum held on September 8-9 in Khabarovsk, then I would like to note that the forum program was very rich and useful, the issues that are of interest to business were discussed. I visited the forum sites, the theme of which was devoted to the development of export markets – this topic is close to us, since the Far Eastern Project Center is making confident steps in the direction of working with foreign customers. Of particular interest was the session at which the development of the industrial and construction cluster of the Khabarovsk Territory was discussed.

In general, I think the event was fruitful for all participants, we managed to discuss a lot of topical issues. Taking this opportunity, I would like to thank the leadership of the Khabarovsk Territory, the Governor of the Khabarovsk Territory M.V. Degtyarev for the attention paid to the development of entrepreneurship in the Khabarovsk Territory.