Moscow entered Top 20 of the European cities which are most attractive for investments in technologies, innovations and start-ups. The Russian capital took place 18 of 76 in the Tech Cities of the Future Ranking.

Moscow is becoming a more attractive city for investments – also in hi-tech – and is successfully competing in this direction with the world’s leading centers as for example Helsinki or Milan.

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Technopark Kalibr
One of Moscow's leading technoparks is located at the territory of JSC Kalibr, a former major measuring instruments manufacturer, which celebrated its 85th anniversary in 2017. Since 2015, the plant territory was partially used to create a technopark of the same name "Kalibr", currently accommodating more than 50 companies. In total, over 200 companies are located at the site of JSC Kalibr. The priorities of the technopark development include additive technologies, unmanned transport and navigation technologies, telecommunication technologies, instrument manufacture and metalworking, medical research.
Exacte Labs
There is an opinion that technoparks are focused exclusively on industrial production or IT-technologies. However, they can be an ideal place for companies with different profiles. So, the Slava technopark accommodates the Exacte Labs laboratory center performing medicinal product analyses and medical tests. General Director Vasily Kazey told the Investportal about their research subject and unusual name, as well as a little about India.
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