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Meet Vitya and Robie

The inquisitive robot Robie, his relationship with his creator, the young engineer Vitya, as well as the acquaintance with the world around him and many industrial enterprises of the capital – from chocolate and clothing factories to the production of flying machines. All this is in the new children's entertainment and educational animated series Vitya and Robie.
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Beauty for Export

By 2023, the volume of the Russian cosmetics market may exceed 830 million roubles. The increased popularity of Russian cosmetics abroad plays a significant role in the development of this segment.
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Graduates in Moscow

What do you know about today's graduates? What are their career prospects, and how does Moscow help young professionals find their first job? There is a selection of interesting and useful information.
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Lucky Graduate Ticket

According to a study of the Analytical Center of Moscow, the graduates of the capital's universities in 2021 mostly consist of lawyers, economists and managers. And meanwhile, following the statistics from HeadHunter, the greatest shortage of personnel in Moscow was registered in such areas as consulting, information technology, manufacturing, transport and logistics.
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Two million of tests

Since spring 2020, the number of coronavirus tests in Russia has increased 30-fold. And PCR test producers were chiefly responsible for this. Sigma Polis, one of the test producers, is a new resident of SEZ Technopolis Moscow.
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New Residents at Technopolis

Almost 200 companies have placed modern high-tech production facilities at five sites of the Technopolis Moscow Special Economic Zone and created more than 13,500 jobs. Fifteen enterprises have joined the cluster of the Technopolis Moscow residentsover the last year, with over 1,500 employees to be hired. Five companies launched their production capacities on the premises of Alabushevo, a Zelenograd-based site, and the rest chose to localize in Pechatniki.
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All will be Coca-Cola

Moscow’s Coca-Cola factory has increased its production by one-third, expanding the range of sugar-free drinks and diverting almost all produced waste to recycling. And all that within a year!
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Better by 100 billion: profitable arithmetic

Through public-private partnership (PPP) mechanisms, the city attracts business funds to implement projects of high social significance.
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All the fun for kids

The "children's" range of Moscow-based plants and factories is incredibly wide: every family can clothe, shoe, feed and entertain a child buying only products made in the capital. But the industry and the younger generation have more common points. They interact in other spheres as well. Enterprises in Moscow care for children, help with their education and introduce them to the world around them.
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The Moscow Technical School: the first graduation

Moscow acquired more professionals in wireless communications systems, digital transformation and quantum communications. And this is just the beginning of a large-scale professional development of the capital's specialists: the Moscow Technical School is recruiting new students.
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A place under the Moscow sun

It is easier to move to Moscow if someone is waiting for you there. And what if it's not a person who moves, but an entire enterprise? No problem! Thanks to the support of the Moscow government, it is now possible to choose the optimum site for the placement of production, and to obtain valuable expert advice.
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Industrial Mind

Francis Bacon, the philosopher, said: "There be three things which make a nation great and prosperous: a fertile soil, busy workshops, easy conveyance for men and goods from place to place." 400 years later, the phrase is still relevant, but it can be shortened a bit: an active industry can enrich both land and trade, as well as people. Moscow-based industrial enterprises are confidently developing in this direction.
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Operated as a concession

Nearly 4,000 jobs will be created due to concession agreements signed in Moscow: over 3,000 employees will be hired during construction works within several projects, and when the works are over, nearly 700 people of many different professions will land jobs there.
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Unicorns-2021

Every day about 100 technological start-ups are launched worldwide. Some of them will become unicorns, and others will fade into oblivion. Medicine, transport, artificial foods…What other niches proved to be the most popular in the world in 2021?
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Technopolis becomes Technocity

2021 is declared a Year of Science and Technology. 5,500 significant events were dedicated to the development of Russian science and the implementation of innovative technologies. 11 million participants took part in the thematic program of the year with 275 million people joining online. During the Year of Science, "TECHNOPOLIS "MOSCOW" Special Economic Zone has set another record: the investment volume tripled and totaled up to 21.6 billion roubles.
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The Oscar of New Technologies

Cisco Partner Summit Global Awards, HPE Digitize, Huawei ICT Competition, Intel Capital, Microsoft Partner of the Year. The big names in international technology awards are known to every innovative company in the world. However, this is by no means a complete list of sought-after competitions. For example, in 2021 the economic zone Technopolis Moscow established for its residents the award Technohod for achievements in the development of innovative business.
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Mosprom for students

Self-presentation skills, internship, or a job in a large Moscow company, as well as the inspiration for the mid-term exams – all this could be obtained in just one student week at Mosprom studweek, which was held in the capital from 11 to 18 December. For some students, it marked the beginning of their careers.
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Mosprom's New Year Traditions

It is customary for many families to decorate the Christmas tree together, get rid of old things, prepare a lavish table with the traditional olivier salad and Russian dressed herring, make wishes to the chimes of the kremlin clock and exchange presents. Mosprom also has its own traditions.
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Foreigners in Moscow

Do you love Moscow as much as foreign investors do? So far, they have already invested over 268 billion dollars in our city's economy. Today, the capital city accounts for about half of all foreign investment in Russia. The steady interest of investors has made Moscow even more active in the development: new urban infrastructure facilities appear in the city.
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CARING BUSINESS FROM A TO Z

For some years now, customers have been prioritizing environmental and social matters and a responsible attitude towards the world. For this reason, the ESG initiative today determines the rules of business around the globe. Companies solve both global (environmental protection) and private problems (comfort and safety of employees).
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Taste Sensation

When Karl Fazer opened his first café in 1891, he decided he would create joyful moments for the people around him. Up to this day this is still at the core of Fazer Company.
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Exchange medicine program

Many people start their relationship with Health Care from the drugstores and their specialists. They are the ones to turn to, when you need prescription drugs written in the doctor's language or you have to find "those drops in the red package". The pharmaceutical industry consists not only of the pharmacies and their employees but also of thousands of workers in factories and plants.
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Innovative food for lunch

The hustle and bustle of the modern city do not always allow you to indulge in a cooking spree of various culinary masterpieces, including noodles. But do not despair, ready-made solutions from Moscow food producers come to the rescue!
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The great world of nanotechnologies

What size is a nanometer? One billionth of a meter! Invisible to the eye, nanoparticles are already breaking new ground in the development of many industries. This includes the creation of advanced materials, study of their structure and properties, nanoelectronics, and even medicine, where research moves from the cellular level to the molecular and even atomic level.
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Eyes like a hawk

Bionic eyes, 3D printed cornea, laser vision correction, VR-glasses for diagnostics of eye impairments and diseases – these are not a fictional world: a future is already here which gives sight to 2,2 billion people suffering from visual impairment around the globe who are now able to examine life from different angles. Lenses and glasses production moves forward. Over 320,000 pairs of glasses were manufactured in 2020 in Moscow alone, many of them made by automated systems using computer vision...
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Industrial beauty formula

It turns out beauty, health and industry are quite compatible. The Moscow beauty industry offers a modern solution in the field of cosmetology and medicine. The manufacturers know exactly how to keep our skin young by using cold therapy or what type of smart vitamins our body needs and what to do to eliminate the scarring from cuts.
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Braking Systems Age

The fastest train in the world gets up to a speed of 603 km per hour. Incredible, but it is a reliable braking system that makes such impressive successes possible. This equipment is of great importance for the railway industry, as it is the driver of the entire industry development. Moscow brake plant, today MTZ TRANSMASH, played a major role in formation of Russian braking systems production.
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Mosprom sings and plays

According to British scientists, karaoke fans live longer because singing has a positive effect on our health. For example, the vocal activity improves mental activity, reduces stress level, strengthens the immune system and even the muscular corset, and, of course, trains the hearing apparatus, because you must hear not only yourself, but also the musical accompaniment of the guitar, piano, accordion, trumpet, or even a symphony orchestra.
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Plastic disaster is "avoidable"

Every year more than 300 million tons of plastic waste is produced on the planet. And only 20% of it is recycled. The rest goes to landfills at best and poisons the World’s oceans at worst. The long period of material decomposition deepens the problem. Thus, a plastic cup will disappear from the Earth in 450 years, and a plastic bag — in 20 years.
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Chain Reaction

DNA is a unique molecule that ensures life on our planet. And DNA-Technology is a unique company that helps our country hold leading positions in PCR diagnostics.
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PromPuzzle: Embracing Your Customer

How companies change their business?
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Nurturing Younger Generations

Nurturing a new generation is our common goal, so Knowledge Day is a holiday not only for school children, students, and teachers, but for all of us, including manufacturers of stationery, school uniforms, educational gadgets, and other learning products.
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Creating Beauty

Bra birthday. To some, this day is a farcical holiday, but it could well be considered a milestone in the fight for women's rights. On September 3, 1914, an American woman Mary Phelps Jacob received the first patent for the invention of a bra, which she thought up by accident: she found out that a corset did not fit into a dress and made a substitute out of handkerchiefs and ribbons.
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We do good

This date commemorates the death of Mother Teresa, a life-long missionary who helped the destitute and was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1979 for her "work to alleviate poverty and help people." The holiday is a way to raise public awareness of the work of charitable organizations.
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Lighting up the cities

Every year in Florence, on the night of September 7, the eve of the feast of Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, who is highly revered in Italy, the Festa della Rificolona (Feast of Lanterns) is celebrated. This unusual festivity dates back to the XVII century, when the peasants, going to the main fair of the year, hit the road before dawn to arrive in time to take a better place for trading. They lit their way with homemade lanterns – candles, shielded from the wind with paper hubcaps.
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School for the generation NEXT

Teachers' Day is celebrated annually on the 5th of October – it is another chance to give thanks to educators for their contribution to the future generation’s development; even switching education into a digital environment could not replace a teacher. The quality of Moscow education is ranked among the best in Russia. The capital’s modern schools are equipped with innovative educational media centers that allows teachers to use interactive technologies in a classroom. There are also spaces designed...
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Professional future

"Will I manage to pass my exams?" – this is the question one of the users of the service for sending letters to the future asked himself. What is the point in this question? To study – obviously! Take, for example, the way the Russian team prepared for EuroSkillsGraz 2021.
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Their health is in our hands

International Beaver Day is celebrated annually. Our main purpose this day is to remind people that the most vulnerable beings, animals, need our help and care. Climate change, ecological environment, and anthropogenic activity — all harm them.
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Kilometers along the equator: how the cable industry retains its growth in Moscow

The industry, having launched modern technologies to its practices, has been developing rapidly. On the Cable Industry Worker Day we would like to tell you about what kind of innovations can be found at the Moscow cable plants. Experts say that cable industry companies operate in a highly competitive market.
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PromPuzzle: new holidays

National Engineer's Day, Food Day, Recycling Day, Coffee Day, Guy Fawkes Day, University Sports Day...
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Worldskills our way

In 1947 there was a vocational training competition in Spain. The expectations were rather high: it was supposed to promote blue-collar jobs and to contribute to the system of vocational education. The results were fantastic: the idea was quickly adopted by the other countries and today the WorldSkills movement has taken over the world.
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TsAO: from Craft Villages (sloboda) to the first enterprises

Today, the center of Moscow is not primarily associated with industry, but its history is closely linked to it. In the 17th century, artisans and craftsmen lived around the Kremlin. Many streets were later named after such craft villages, such as Kalashnaya or Kozhevnichnaya.
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SAO: The brains of aircraft engineering

At one time, Moscow was where all the major civil and military aircraft were assembled. Today, most of the production facilities are distributed across the regions, however, "the brains" of aviation engineering remain in moscow. Research, development and testing centers are clustered in the capital, where Moscow professionals design aircraft that will then be assembled in plants throughout Russia. Generally, these centers can be found in the northern part of the city.
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YuAO: The South Of The Capital

In the beginning of 19th century, the Southern Orkug became an industrial periphery of Moscow with plenty of private plants and factories such as glue, soap, leather production, wallpaper, carding, wool weaving and fabric printing factories, and more.
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VAO: a record-breaking district

Industrialists settled in the east of Moscow since old times. For example, the Poteshny falconry yard, where falcons and gyrfalcons were kept for the tsar's hunting, was founded in the Sokolinaya Gora area. A little later, merchants' estates and factories appeared there. By the middle of the 19th century, there were several enterprises in this area: weaving and whitewashing factories, a lamp oil factory, a dye and polish factory, a tin factory, and brick factory.
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YuVAO: The Industrial Heart

YuVAO is the largest industrial Moscow district. It all started in the Middle Ages, when Moscow was built of wood and fire-prone industries – from blacksmithing to pottery – were located on theleeward side of the city, on the southeastern outskirts. Many generations adhered to this tradition, placing enterprises here.
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The secret of a perfect purée

VDK is a Technopolis Moscow Special Economic Zone resident company known as a producer of petrochemical, mining and manufacturing equipment. Its devices have various applications, for instance, special food modifications of the S-Mix mixers installed in one of the largest factories in Russia and Europe producing infant foods.
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Sweet Moscow Export

The world favors Moscow products, especially sweets: their exports have been growing steadily over the past few years. In the first half of the year, the capital's agroindustrial exports totaled 1,367 billion US dollars!
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New technologies in the food processing industry.
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SVAO: The Most Populated district

The past and the present of SVAO are closely connected with industry: there are enterprises here with products, which are popular across the country. For example, the Ostankinsky Dairy Factory, the Ostankinsky Meat Processing Plant and Baskin-Robbins ice-cream factory, which produces the famous ice-cream, are located in the Butyrsky sub-district. There are also several bakery plants in the district.