SCHNEIDER GROUP is a new member of the Association of Clusters and Technology Parks of Russia. The signing took place on in Moscow on November 29 during the “Industrial Russia 4.0” conference.
Moscow, December 6, 2019 – “The Association of Clusters and Technology Parks of Russia plays a key role in the development of Russia’s technological infrastructure. Together with the Association and its member companies, we want to increase the attractiveness of the Russian market, especially for Western SMEs,” emphasized CEO and President of SCHNEIDER GROUP Ulf Schneider after the signing of the membership agreement.
By participating in various Association events throughout Russia with industrial and technological infrastructure experts and government authorities, SCHNEIDER GROUP is able to reach an even larger audience and further support investments in Russia and the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU).
Anton Perlin, Senior Project Manager Global Business Network at SCHNEIDER GROUP, describes the membership agreement as an important step in intensifying the company’s localization strategy in Russia: “We are pleased to work with all members of the association as partners in localization projects and to provide comprehensive support in attracting foreign investors from all over the world”. Anton Perlin initiated the membership agreement and acts as the contact person for the association at SCHNEIDER GROUP.
The Association of Russian Clusters and Technology Parks currently counts more than 90 members from 46 Russian regions and represents the interests of more than 2,600 companies. It is committed to the development of industrial and innovative infrastructure with the aim of advancing the development of new technologies and the localization of new products in Russia. Through membership in the association, SCHNEIDER GROUP can further expand its network with Russian industry and offer its clients valuable access to investment projects.
About SCHNEIDER GROUP
SCHNEIDER GROUP offers support for market entry and localization projects as well as business process outsourcing. The company has offices in Russian, Belarus, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Germany, Armenia, Poland, and Uzbekistan and employs around 500 people.
Andrey Spilenko, Managing Director of the Association of Clusters and Technology Parks of Russia, hands over the membership certificate to Ulf Schneider.