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500,000 roubles

is the maximum grant amount that winners are able to receive in a competition sponsored by the Fund for Innovative Enterprise Support.

The purpose of this competition is to stimulate the commercialization of scientific research and provide targeted support to projects that can develop into profitable start-ups. Participation in the competition requires a project team that has at least one teacher, student or graduate of HSE. The priority areas for development are online education and educational technology, hardware, wearable electronics, robotics and automation, internet of things, media communications, financial technologies and payment systems. However, applications on other topics will also be considered.

The minimum grant amount is 150,000 roubles. The amount for each project is determined individually.

Since 2010, 76 projects have received grants from the Foundation for Support to Innovative Entrepreneurship.

Applications to take part in the competition can be submitted until March 16. By the end of the month, the committee overseeing the competition will announce this year’s winners.

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was the factor by which the number of applications from social entrepreneurship projects for the ‘Startup of the Year’ award grew this past year. In total, social entrepreneurs accounted for 36% of nominees for the award.

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applications were submitted by young entrepreneurs for the annual HSE Business Incubator ‘Startup of the Year’ prize.