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East of Russia through the prism of foreign ratings
Vladislav ShulaevCo-Chairman of the RASO Committee for Branding and Promotion of Territories, Director for Promotion of the Territories of the AGT Communications Agency
Territory ratings are actively and massively developing for less than 10 years, but have already become an independent powerful tool for promotion, as well as a tool for comparative and fairly objective analysis of the real situation in various areas: tourism, investment, education, export of goods, quality of life, and efficiency of interaction with higher authorities. Moreover, experts in modern innovative industries emphasize that it makes sense to spend attention and strength primarily on international ratings, providing a comparison with dynamic world standards and access to global information flows.
Innovations, business, finance
In the ranking of investment cities of the world, the Innovation Cities Global Index from the East of Russia, one delegate is Vladivostok, 381st overall place and 6th among 20 Russian cities included in the 2014 ranking.
According to Forbes magazine, Khabarovsk (25th place) and Vladivostok (30th) are among the thirty best cities in Russia for doing business, with the capital of the Far Eastern Federal District down 5 positions relative to the previous year, and the capital of APEC-2012 - by 9 positions. Now it is important at least not to fall out of sight of these ratings.
Vladivostok has something to strive for also in innovation and business promotion. This is indicated not only by the fact that 380 cities are higher than the seaside center in the innovation rating, but also the sensational successes of non-capital Russian cities in other international ratings. According to, for example, the research of the company Tholons, Nizhny Novgorod in 2015 took 5-place in the top-100 cities in the world, the most favorable for outsourcing. In addition to Nizhny Novgorod from Russia, this list also includes St. Petersburg (34-e place), Moscow (56-e) and Novosibirsk (92-e).
In the ratings of this direction there can be more than a hundred assessed parameters, therefore, serious progress in them is the painstaking and persistent work of a large community of managers over a long period. And yet there are starting solutions that can accelerate this upward movement, primarily in terms of communication. Firstly, it is the presence of global innovation and manufacturing companies in the city - in the form of representative offices or in the form of joint projects that attract the attention of media, experts and investors. Secondly, these are international forums on specializations of the city and region. The idea is applicable to Vladivostok, and to Khabarovsk, and to the capital of Yakutia, which is associated with a number of international projects.
With foreign guests, regional tourism is becoming more active from the social sphere to the industry. This is especially noticeable against the backdrop of a new exchange rate of foreign currencies and a growing tourist flow from the People's Republic of China. However, while in the international tourist ratings (alas, even in the Russian lists of these ratings), the eastern cities of Russia are represented minimally.
Travel ratings often include ratings for mobile photo services. In terms of the number of photos in the global Panoramio service, which is noticeably less popular among Russians than, for example, Instagram, St. Petersburg and Moscow took only 96th and 98th places. Even fewer photographs were taken in the cities of the Far Eastern Federal District: Vladivostok - 724th, Khabarovsk - 1750th, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky - 4726th, Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk - 5983rd, Komsomolsk-on-Amur - 6415th m, Magadan - at 9648th, Yakutsk - at 10th.
Firstly, this is the "promotion" and increase in the availability of two "planets" in the Far Eastern Federal District - "the planet Yakutia" and "the planet Kamchatka." In terms of saturation with miracles of a global scale, these two regions can be attributed to the world leaders in nature tourism. But so far only in potential. Therefore, the promotion of the unexpected rating driver of Kamchatka tourism, the Antarius guest house, is an important step for improving the status of the tourism infrastructure of the “fire edge”.
Secondly, it is the study and development of the phenomenon of Vladivostok cuisine, headed by its rating leader - the Zuma restaurant, which, since this is the case, needs help to get into the European and Asian top-lists of restaurants.
Thirdly - and this is already beginning to be realized - the development of "red routes" in the South-East of Russia: in the Amur and Sakhalin regions, Khabarovsk and Primorsky regions. The factor that will help the Chinese tourist flow in the next few years will probably be the determining factor for the eastern regions.
Fourthly, this is a communication support for the rapidly developing topic of cloning of Yakut mammoths, which can cause serious tourist interest in the places of former and future habitats of ancient animals.
Fifth, this is the development and promotion of the Eastern Ring project, as well as Khabarovsk separately, not only as an air gateway to the world of Far Eastern tourist fairy tales, but also as a bearer of an ancient original culture.
Over the past two or three years, the educational advancement of Russian territories has become a fully formed trend. The entry of Tomsk and Novosibirsk educational clusters into the top four, along with Moscow and St. Petersburg, is already an established fact, confirmed by a half dozen international ratings (despite the fact that Kazan, Yekaterinburg, Samara are unlikely to put up with this). The eastern territories cannot yet claim leadership in the struggle to attract applicants, but education in the federal district has its own driver.
Other Far Eastern universities are found only in the giant Webometrics Ranking of World universities (CSIC), which tracks more than two tens of thousands of universities in the world. In the first 10, in addition to DFU (000th place in the world and 3045th in Russia) and NEFU (67th in the world and 3500th in Russia), the following eastern Russian universities are located: Vladivostok State University of Economics and Service - 94th in the world (2565th in Russia), Amur State University in Blagoveshchensk - 46th (3746th), Far Eastern State Medical University in Khabarovsk - 104th (4190th), Maritime State University named after G. I. Nevelskoy in Vladivostok - 131th (4429th), Khabarovsk State Academy of Economics and Law - 154th (4937st), Far Eastern State University of Railways in Khabarovsk - 181th (5050th), Far Eastern State Humanities University in Khabarovsk - 187th (6232th), Far Eastern State Technical Fisheries University in Vladivostok - 264th (7631rd), Kamchatka State University named after V. Bering in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky - 333th (8550st), Pacific State University in Khabarovsk - 381th in the world (8843th in Russia).