Results of 1st Siberian Forum of IT-clusters

The 1st Siberian Forum of IT-clusters has completed its work.

he 1st Siberian Forum of IT-clusters has completed its work.
Its two-day programme was full of events and emotions and its results are tangible and hopefully long-lasting.
The plenary session started with ISS Art company CEO, Ivan Orekhov's speech when he read out official greetings from the authorised representative of the RF President in Siberian Federal District, Victor Tolokonsky, and The Deputy Minister of Communications of RF Marc Shmulevich. Honourable representatives of the RF Government and some major social organisations pronounced their welcoming words to the participants of the Forum.  
On the first day professional reports were presented by Andrey Terekhov, Doctor of Physics and Mathematics, member of NP RUSSOFT, CEO of a large outsourcing company, where he covered some issues of work practice in the foreign market and international marketing experience, and by Leonid Dorogavtsev, CCO of Novoe Credo, LLC, who presented advantages of a corporate document flow system.
Several topical questions of IT-sphere were introduced and discussed during round tables. The round table devoted to clusters interaction concluded with signing the trilateral agreement of collaboration by the Governor of Omsk Region Victor Nazarov, the president of NP RUSSOFT Valentin Makarov and the president of IT-cluster, CEO of ISS Art, LLC Ivan Orekhov.
Practical trainings held by Philipp Guzenuk and Maxim Dororfeev tought the participants how to draw strength from work even in difficult situations and to effectively manage projects using mathematic and probability calculations.
On the second day a highly appealing event was a competition of start-ups. Following the results of the two days 3 winners were decided on who were awarded valuable gifts from IT-cluster of Siberia.
Entertainment programme of the second day including lazertag, canoeing, billiards and other activities contributed to inofficial communication of the Forum participants.