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U.S. Russia Seminar on Venture Capital for Technology Business Growth

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Reproduction Date: 2005

Title: U.S. Russia Seminar on Venture Capital for Technology Business Growth  
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Technical Reference Publication

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Foreword: On March 15, 2002, the Technology Administration of the U.S. Department of Commerce and the U.S. Civilian Research and Development Foundation for the Independent States of the Former Soviet Union (CRDF), in partnership with the Ministry of Industry, Science and Technology of the Russian Federation and the Department of Commerce?s Business Information Service for the Newly Independent States (BISNIS), hosted the U.S.-Russia Seminar on Venture Capital for Technology Business Growth, in Washington, D.C. The Seminar brought together U.S. experts in venture capital development and Russian policymakers, technologists, and representatives of Russia?s nascent venture capital industry for a spirited discussion on venture capital development and its role in supporting technology business growth in the United States and Russia. The goal was to provide a forum for U.S. experts to share their experience in creating and managing venture capital investments and for Russian experts to share their plans to encourage?

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Table of Contents Page Foreword......................................................................................................................... 3 Agenda ............................................................................................................................. 5 Panelists ........................................................................................................................... 7 Summary of Discussions................................................................................................ 10 Presentations Overview of U.S. Venture Financing Mark Heesen, National Venture Capital Association.................................................... 19 What Do Venture Capitalists Look for in Global Investing Opportunities? Kenneth Rind, Infinity Venture Fund, Member of the Board of Directors, CRDF....... 29 Investing in Russia ? Lessons Learned Eva Baxter, U.S.-Russian Venture Capital Association................................................ 36 Venture Industry in Russia Albina Nikkonen, Russian Venture Capital Association............................................... 39 Problems and Prospects for Creating Regional Venture Funds Larissa Kopysova, ?ER-Capital? JSC (Perm)................................................................ 46 Venture Capital Industry in Russia Maxim Tikhonov, Baker and McKenzie, Moscow........................................................ 52 Background ?Venture Capital in Russia? Igor Yegorov and Polina Belkina, BISNIS, Department of Commerce........................ 62

 

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