Nizhny Novgorod Oblast is Interested in Exchanging Experience with HTP in Setting up Technoparks

Nizhny Novgorod Oblast is Interested in Exchanging Experience with HTP in Setting up Technoparks
30 June 2011
30 June 2011
” Nizhny Novgorod Oblast is interested in exchanging experience with Belarus Hi-Tech Park in establishing technoparks“, said Dmitry Svatkovsky, Deputy Governor, Deputy Chairman of Nizhny Novgorod Oblast government following the visit to Hi-Tech Park on June 30, 2011.




From left to right: Andrey Shpilenko, the Chairman of the Board of directors of JSC Tecnopark System-Sarov; Dmitry Svatkovsky, Deputy Governor of Nizhny Novgorod Oblast government; Denis Chirkov, First Deputy Director of International, Foreign Economic and Transregional Affairs Department of Nizhny Novgorod Oblast; Denis Labuza, Minister of Assistance and Development of Small Enterprises, Consumer Market and Services of Nizhny Novgorod Oblast

The current extraterritorial approach for registration of new HTP residents evoked the biggest interest among the guests. Unlike the majority of technoparks it is possible to become a resident of Belarus Hi-Tech Park while being situated in any part of Belarus. This allows HTP to employ to the full educational, research and development, professional and infrastructural powers of the whole country. ”A similar virtual technopark will be created in Nizhny Novgorod Oblast“, stressed Dmitry Svatkovsky.



Among the members of the delegation there were representatives of the region’s authorities as well as the directors of the technoparks of Nizhny Novgorod Oblast.



Videoconferencing with Nizhny Novgorod

Today major construction of two technoparks, Sarov and Ankudinovka, is under way.

Ankudinovka is the biggest out of seven IT-parks the construction of which is provided by the state program ”Foundation of Hi-Tech Parks in the Russian Federation“. This IT-park will consist of Nizhny Novgorod companies, leaders on Russian and international markets
– Mera.ru, Tecom, Telma Soft, Sandy, as well as such major foreign corporations as Intel, Microsoft, IBM.

Sarov tecnopark serves as a start-up platform of R&D and manufacturing cluster created to implement and commercialize the innovative potential of Russian Federal Nuclear Center - The All-Russian Research Institute of Experimental Physics. The main areas of the cluster activities are energy efficiency and energy saving, nuclear, space, telecommunication, information and super computer technologies.

Kuprevicha, 1/1, 220141, Minsk, Belarus.