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In Primorye there will be a forum for entrepreneurs "Territory of business - the territory of life"

On August 26, Vladivostok will host a major business event for Primorye entrepreneurs - the "Territory of Business - Territory of Life" forum, the press service of the regional administration reports.

Open event invited head of the region Vladimir Miklushevsky. The forum is expected to bring about 300 participants: businessmen, bankers, heads of municipalities and opinion leaders from all over the Far East. For the first time in the region, winners will be awarded within the framework of the National Business Award “Business Success”.

At the first session, "Territory of business - the territory of life", moderated by Alexander Brechalov, president of "Russia's Support", the participants will discuss issues of development of territories through entrepreneurship, changes in tax legislation, successful practices of small and medium-sized business development in municipalities.

The event will determine and award the winners of the best municipal practices competition - municipalities, which have demonstrated success in supporting small businesses. There will also be business workshops from Russian entrepreneurs.

The central event of the forum will be the Business-Success case conference at which the finalists of the National Entrepreneurial Award will defend their business projects within the framework of the regional stage.

The forum is organized by the All-Russian Public Organization of Small and Medium-Sized Business "Support of Russia" with the support of the Administration of Primorsky Krai, the Agency for Strategic Initiatives and the Ministry of Economic Development of Russia.

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