The success story of the Russian company will examine the students at Stanford

History and development of one of the leaders of the Russian market monitoring and control of vehicles, the company "Russian Navigation Technologies' (RNT), in the form of a business case is included in the curriculum at Stanford and other universities in the United States. In this example, American students will be able to get acquainted with the technology of the successful launch of innovative start-ups in Russia, they are "growing" to the state of a sustainable international business and the withdrawal of the company's IPO.

Business case RNT included in the report Global Enterpreneurship and the Successful Growth Strategies of Early-Stage Companies of the fastest growing companies in the world, which was presented at the World Economic Forum in Davos in 2011. The company was incorporated dozens of companies engaged in innovative and traditional sectors of the world economy. Russian businesses in this document, along with RNT, are four companies operating in the following areas: information security, the production of electrical equipment, the infrastructure of "cloud" computing, personal care products on the basis of bio-active components.

The success of the company "Russian Navigation Technologies", according to its executive director Ivan Nechayev, is primarily due to strict adherence to the classical model of business innovation, harnessing the resources created in Russia "pipeline venture capital" and the maximum use of market potential of GLONASS project.

JSC "RNT" — a portfolio company "VTB Venture Fund", established with capital of JSC "Russian Venture Company".

"The example of PHT clearly shows that Russia has everything you need to create the business world-class projects. In this case, the company has created a product for the domestic market, led him to the level of international standards, and the next — began its expansion to foreign markets — said Yan Ryazantsev, Director of Investment and Expertise of "RVC". — And this is not a unique set of circumstances, and consistent application of proven technology. It is remarkable that the project RNT has received international recognition. But more than that, we would like to see a similar experience was used not only and not so much by our American partners, but what is more important — domestic universities, business schools and businesses. "

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