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Projects for the AeroNet and FoodNet markets will be developed at the Belgorod Boiling Point

    28 November 2018
    PHOTO: Andrey Kumargey | Razvitie Corporation

    The priority areas of work at the Boiling point coworking center, which opened in Belgorod on November 28, will be the AeroNet and FoodNet market projects of theNational Technology Initiative (NTI), as well as the development of the circle movement and support for volunteering. The general director of theRazvitie CorporationKonstantin Teterin, who signed an agreement with the Agency for Strategic Initiatives (ASI) on opening the Boiling point in the region, told about this.

    In the Belgorod region the project AgroNTI is already implemented. Many regions are ready to take it as a basis for the development of their agriculture. We need more such projects, and new initiatives within the framework of the NTI will be discussed in the Belgorod Boiling Point, Konstantin Teterin said.

    According to him, regional teams should be included in the federal expert network for further acceleration of projects. The ideal platform for this is the Boiling point. Here we plan to expand project and expert cooperation with other regions, primarily with those in which similar sites are already operating, Konstantin Teterin said.

    As noted by the deputy director of the Young Professionals ASI Department, Andrei Seeling, there is a high density of human capital in Belgorod. I hope that this density will be preserved and multiplied. Today, about 2 thousand users from the Belgorod region are registered on the Leader ID platform, this is a great potential, Seeling emphasized.

    He also said about the plans of the Agency for Strategic Initiatives to open two more Boiling Points by the end of 2018 - in Yekaterinburg and Chita.

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    The Boiling point collective space format has been developed by the Agency for Strategic Initiatives (ASI) and has been used since 2014. For 4 years, more than 4 thousand events took place in the Moscow coworking center ASI, in which more than 180 thousand people took part. The Boiling point in Belgorod became the seventeenth in Russia. Earlier, the Boiling Points started their work in St. Petersburg, Ivanovo, Petrozavodsk, Novosibirsk, Vladivostok, Khabarovsk, Tomsk, Ulyanovsk, Chelyabinsk, Obninsk, Lipetsk, Irkutsk, Kaluga, Yakutsk and Yoshkar-Ola.

    Source: Website Editorial